The Actuarial Review
THE NEWSLETTER OF THE CASUALTY ACTUARIAL SOCIETY · VOL. 37, NO. 1 · February 2010

From the President: Opportunity and the Risk of Circling the Wagons   —Roger Hayne—Friday, 13 November 2009 was an historic date for the actuarial profession worldwide. On that day the CAS joined 13 other actuarial associations in 12 countries in signing a treaty establishing CERA as a credential in enterprise risk management (ERM) to be awarded to actuaries by each of those associations.  Continued...

Treaty Launches New Risk Management Credential Globally   The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) announced the launch of a global risk management credential, the CERA (chartered enterprise risk analyst), to address the urgent need for highly qualified risk professionals globally, especially in the financial sector.  Continued...

In My Opinion: Now What?   —Grover Edie—The recent economic crisis has hit home, or rather office. Many of my friends and colleagues are no longer here, like so many other offices across the country.  Continued...

CAS Texts to be Translated to Russian   The CAS Centennial Goal envisions the Society as a leading global resource in educating casualty actuaries, and the organization took another step in that direction with an agreement to have the CAS texts covering P&C ratemaking and loss reserving translated into Russian.  Continued...

The Top Ten Casualty Actuarial Stories of 2009   —Michael Christian and Annie Chang Cloud— This year’s annual survey of CAS thought leaders shows that there was no strong agreement as to the number one casualty actuarial story for 2009.  Continued...

Looking Backward and Forward: A Review of the Annual Top 10 Stories For Actuaries   —Debbie Rosenberg—At the onset of this new decade, I thought it
appropriate to take a look back at some of the issues we actuaries found to be the most important to us and for our profession.  Continued...


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