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CAS Welcomes 2023 Classes of New Associates and Fellows

Over 230 insurance industry professionals recently earned their Associateship (ACAS) or Fellowship (FCAS) credentials from the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) by passing examinations given during the CAS’s Fall 2022 exam sitting.

The new classes of credential holders include 168 new Associates and 72 new Fellows; all have successfully completed the examinations, online courses, VEE requirements, and the Course on Professionalism required to earn CAS designations. The full list of names can be found online; recipients will be honored at a future CAS meeting.

For over 100 years, the CAS has been setting the standard of expertise, credibility, and professional integrity for the P&C actuarial profession, and the new credential holders join a vibrant community of over 9,000 CAS members sought after for their insights and ability to apply analytics to solve insurance and risk management problems.

“We’re thrilled to welcome these new Associates and Fellows who will bring valuable new perspectives and talents to our profession,” said CAS President Roosevelt Mosley. “CAS credentials remain the gold standard for property and casualty actuaries, and achievement of the ACAS and FCAS is a remarkable milestone in any P&C actuary’s career. Employers across the globe continue to value CAS members for their deep technical training, ability to harness new data and technologies, and capacity to solve complex business problems.”

For more information on CAS credentials please visit the exams/admissions section of the website.

The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) is a leading international organization for credentialing and professional education. Founded in 1914, the CAS is the world’s only actuarial organization focused exclusively on property and casualty risks and serves over 9,000 members worldwide. CAS members are sought after globally for their insights and ability to apply analytics to solve insurance and risk management problems.