The Actuarial Review
THE NEWSLETTER OF THE CASUALTY ACTUARIAL SOCIETY · VOL. 38, NO. 2 · May 2011

CAS Board Approves Changes to Affiliate Membership Program    Continued...

CAS Releases 2010 Financial Report    

A New Era In Loss Reserving?   Marc Oberholtzer, Christine Radau, and James Svab—Given the resources demanded by short-term concerns, including both the economic environment and regulatory reform, what are insurers doing now and what should they consider doing in the near future?  Continued...

Rising Energy Prices Will Affect Insurance Ratemaking   The leveling off of the world’s oil supply and the resulting rise in gasoline prices and their economic impact carry implications for actuaries involved in insurance ratemaking, as described at the CAS annual RPM Seminar.  Continued...

Opinion: The Coming Storms   Shaun Wang—On a sunny day in the fall of 2008, the natural surroundings of my Atlanta home were so tranquil and beautiful that it made me forget for a moment all the financial market turmoil that was going on.  Continued...

In My Opinion: I Won the Lottery—Part 2   Grover Edie—In my last editorial, I expressed that I had “won the lottery” by being born when I was, in the country where I was born, and with the opportunities I have.  Continued...

From The President: A Question of Balance   Ralph Blanchard—The CAS leadership periodically evaluates whether our education system is meeting the needs of its public.  Continued...



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Jack Gibson, FSA, CERA (left) of Towers Watson congratulates Neil M. Bodoff, FCAS, who received the 2011 ERM Research Excellence Award in Memory of Hubert Mueller.

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