The Actuarial Review
THE NEWSLETTER OF THE CASUALTY ACTUARIAL SOCIETY · VOL. 34, NO. 4 · November 2007

From the President: Do You Have What It Takes?   By Thomas G. Myers When the multi-year trend of declining auto frequency finally turns, will you be prepared to be the first to recommend that your company raise rates?  Continued...

Kollar Voted President-Elect; Carlson to Become CAS President   Receiving 979 votes, John J. Kollar has been voted in as president-elect. Kollar, a 1975 Fellow, currently serves on the CAS Executive Council as the Vice President-ERM. His CAS governance experience includes a term on the Board of Directors from 1998 to 2001 as well as service on numerous CAS committees relating to ERM, education, and long-range planning.  Continued...

Recent Developments in the Treatment of Property and Casualty Insurance Contracts Under Fair Value Accounting   The times they are a-changing,” sang Bob Dylan, and they sure are in the financial reporting world for insurance liabilities.  Continued...

The CAS ERM Vision   Uncertainty is common to all actuarial functions. Ideally, these functions are well coordinated so that risk is treated consistently and in an integrated fashion across your company. That is the objective of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM).  Continued...

A Round Table Discussion on the AAA Qualifications and Continuing Education Standard—Part 2   In August 2007, the American Academy of Actuaries (the Academy) approved a new standard on Qualifications and Continuing Education that will have important implications for the actuarial profession in the United States.  Continued...

Volunteers Go “Above and Beyond”    Continued...



 

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