Casualty Actuarial Society’s Envisioned Future (from the CAS Strategic Plan)
The CAS will be recognized globally as the premier organization in advancing the practice and application of casualty actuarial science and educating professionals in general insurance, including property-casualty and similar risk exposure.
Business casual attire is suggested for the conference sessions and receptions. It is best to wear layered clothing as meeting rooms tend to fluctuate in temperature.
In Boston, the average high temperature during May is 66° F / 19° C and the average low is 50° F / 10° C.
Consent to Use of Photographic Images
Registration and attendance at or participation in CAS meetings, seminars and other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to the CAS’s use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproduction and audiotapes of such events and activities.
University of the CAS (UCAS)
Visit the University of the CAS to enhance your experience in professional education. UCAS provides a virtual world of opportunities through the capture of live content from CAS meetings and seminars. UCAS offerings include a variety of session presentations, audio recordings, podcasts and recorded webinars.
Following the meeting, select sessions from the 2018 Spring Meeting will be recorded and available to meeting attendees for a discounted fee.
Please visit the UCAS website on the CAS home page for more information.
Continuing Education Credits
The CAS Continuing Education Policy applies to all ACAS and FCAS members who provide actuarial services. Actuarial services are defined in the CAS Code of Professional Conduct as “professional services provided to a Principal by an individual acting in the capacity of an actuary. Such services include the rendering of advice, recommendations, findings or opinions based upon actuarial considerations.” Members who are or could be subject to the continuing education requirements of a national actuarial organization can meet the requirements of the CAS Continuing Education Policy by satisfying the continuing education requirements established by a national actuarial organization recognized by the Policy.
This activity may qualify for up to 15.2 CE credits for the Spring Meeting for CAS members. Participants should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CAS members earn 1 CE credit per 50 minutes of educational session time, not to include breaks or lunch.
Note: The amount of CE credit that can be earned for participating in this activity must be assessed by the individual attendee. It also may be different for individuals who are subject to the requirements of organizations other than the American Academy of Actuaries.
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