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|Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline|
|The Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline (ABCD) was formed to serve the five US-based organizations representing actuaries. The ABCD considers complaints and questions concerning possible violations of the Code(s) of Professional Conduct.|
|The mission of The Actuarial Foundation is to enhance math education and financial literacy through the talents and resources of actuaries. Our vision is an educated public in pursuit of a secure financial future.|
|Actuarial Society of Greater New York|
ASNY, the Actuarial Society of Greater New York, is a non-profit actuarial organization committed to four primary objectives:
|Actuarial Standards Board|
|The purpose of the Actuarial Standards Board is to direct and manage the development of actuarial standards of practice, to expose and promulgate actuarial standards of practice in all areas of actuarial practice, and to provide continuous review of existing standards of practice, determining whether there is need for amendment, alteration, expansion, or elimination.|
|Actuarial Students' National Association|
|ASNA represents the majority of university students studying in Actuarial Science programs across Canada. The association's goals are to represent students at the professional societies (CIA, SOA and CAS) and also to serve as communication medium between the different universities.|
|Actuaries Club of Philadelphia|
|The purposes of this Club shall be to further the friendly feeling existing among local actuaries whose fields of activity or interest include, but are not limited to, life insurance, health insurance, employee benefit plans or social insurance, to discuss topics of current interest to its members, and to support activities which are in the interest of the actuarial profession and its members.|
|American Academy of Actuaries|
|The Academy is a professional membership, public policy, and communications organization for all actuaries practicing in the United States, regardless of specialty. The Academy also establishes qualification standards for making public statements of actuarial opinion. Professional standards of practice and discipline procedures are the responsibility of the Actuarial Standard Board and the Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline, respectively. Both independent entities within the Academy.|
|American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries|
|ASPA is a national organization of employee benefits professionals. Although ASPA was founded as an actuarial organization, the growing needs of the pension community led to the expansion of our membership to include pension professionals of all types: consultants, administrators, accountants, attorneys, chartered life underwriters, and more. We still address the needs of the pension actuary, however. In fact, ASPA is the only actuarial organization dedicated solely to the pension field.|
|Canadian Institute of Actuaries|
|The CIA is a professional membership organization for all actuaries practicing in Canada. Fellowship in the Canadian Institute of Actuaries is recognized as the qualification needed to perform actions required of an actuary under Canadian federal and provincial legislation. The Institute serves the public by commenting on issues having actuarial significance. It establishes education and professional standards for its members; operates a review and disciplinary system; maintains liaison with government authorities, external actuarial bodies and other professions and organizations; and promotes actuarial research. Educational requirements for Fellowship set by the CIA currently may be met through examinations administered by the SOA or CAS, some of which are specifically Canadian.|
|CAS Regional Affiliates|
|The following regional actuarial organizations are affiliated with the Casualty Actuarial Society. Information regarding membership in any of these organizations may be obtained from the President or Secretary-Treasurer of that organization. Information regarding the requirements for affiliation with the Casualty Actuarial Society may be obtained from the Vice-President-Programs and Communications of the Society.|
|CAS Special Interest Sections|
Special interest sections have been established to facilitate actuaries in organizing the study and discussion of common functional and/or professional interests.
|Casualty Actuaries in Regulation (AIR)|
|A special interest section has been established to facilitate actuaries in organizing the study and discussion of Regulation. This is open to all Fellow and Associate Members of the CAS. Keywords: club, regulation|
|Casualty Actuaries in Reinsurance (CARe)|
|A special interest section has been established to facilitate actuaries in organizing the study and discussion of Reinsurance. This is open to all Fellw and Associate Members fo the CAS. Keywords: club, reinsurance|
|Casualty Actuaries of Bermuda (CABER)|
Casualty Actuarial Society Regional Affiliate covering Bermuda.
Keywords: club, Bermuda
|Casualty Actuaries of Desert States (CADS)|
Casualty Actuarial Society Regional Affiliate covering AZ, NV, NM.
Keywords: Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, club
|Casualty Actuaries of Greater New York (CAGNY)|
Casualty Actuarial Society Regional Affiliate covering the greater New York area, West Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
Keywords: club, Greater NY, Greater New York, West Connecticut, Pennsylvania, PA
|Casualty Actuaries of New England (CANE)|
Casualty Actuarial Society Regional Affiliate covers Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
Keywords: club, New England, North East, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, CT, RI, MA, VT, NH, ME
|Casualty Actuaries of the Bay Area (CABA)|
Casualty Actuarial Society Regional Affiliate covering CA and NV.
Keywords: California, Nevada, CA, NV, club
|Casualty Actuaries of the Mid-Atlantic Region (CAMAR)|
|The purpose of this organization shall be to advance the knowledge of actuarial science as applied to the problems of insurance, other than life insurance, to foster the education of actuarial students in the geographical area in which its members reside, to promote and maintain high standards of conduct and competence within the actuarial profession and to promote good fellowship among its members.|
|Casualty Actuaries of the Northwest (CANW)|
Casualty Actuarial Society Regional Affiliate covering Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, British Columbia (Canada), and Alberta (Canada).
Keywords: Northwest, club.
|Casualty Actuaries of the Southeast (CASE)|
|The purposes of this organization shall be to advance the body of knowledge and the awareness of actuarial science in applications other than life insurance; to promote and maintain high standards of conduct and competence within the actuarial profession; to foster the education of actuarial students in the geographical area in which its members work or reside; to foster a greater awareness of the profession among the general public, and within other insurance professions; and to promote good fellowship among its members.|
|Chicago Actuarial Association|
The Chicago Actuarial Association provides educational meetings and networking opportunities to local actuaries and students.
Keywords: actuary, Chicago, association, club, workshop, meeting
|Conference of Consulting Actuaries|
|Conference of Consulting Actuaries has over 1,000 members in the United States and Canada providing services in the life, health, casualty and pension fields. The CCA's mission is to advance the practice of actuarial consulting by serving the professional needs of consulting actuaries and by promoting member's views within the profession.|
|International Association of Black Actuaries|
The International Association of Black Actuaries, Inc. (IABA) was organized in 1992 with the mission of offering a network of support to Black actuarial students and professionals via mentoring and career development. In addition, IABA provides financial assistance, mentors and role models for Black high school and college students wishing to pursue the actuarial profession.
IABA's members includes Fellows, Associates and students of the Society of Actuaries, the Casualty Actuarial Society, and the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries as well as Enrolled Actuaries originating from the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and African nations. The organization encourages its members to participate in the activities of other actuarial organizations.
|Iowa Actuaries Club|
|The purpose of the Iowa Actuaries Club is to provide an opportunity for the members to become better acquainted and relate on a social basis; to increase the members' knowledge of actuarial science, and to provide information on current actuarial and general insurance topics, and |
to participate in other activities benefiting the actuarial profession.
|Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries|
|This web page provides information for Enrolled Actuaries, or for individuals who wish to become Enrolled Actuaries.|
|Midwestern Actuarial Forum (MAF)|
|Casualty Actuarial Society Regional Affiliate covers Minnesota, Ohioh, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Kansas. Keywords: club, midwest.|
|Nebraska Actuaries Club|
|The purpose of the Nebraska Actuaries Club is for the exchange of information and ideas relating to actuarial theory and practice, the promotion of Actuarial Science in educational institutions, and the fostering of closer relationships among those engaged in actuarial pursuits.|
|Ontario Conference of Casualty Actuaries (OCCA)|
|Casualty Actuarial Society Regional Affiliate covers Ontario. Keywords: club, canada.|
|Society of Actuaries|
|The Society of Actuaries (SOA) is an educational, research, and professional organization dedicated to serving the public and Society members. Its mission is to advance actuarial knowledge and to enhance the ability of actuaries to provide expert advice and relevant solutions for financial, business, and societal problems involving uncertain future events. The vision of the Society of Actuaries is for actuaries to be recognized as the leading professionals in the modeling and management of financial risk and contingent events. |
|Society of Actuaries Risk Management Task Force|
| The Risk Management Task Force, commissioned by the Society's Finance Practice Area Advancement Committee and supported by the Investment Section Council has established the following goals: |
* to address the growing need for information on risk management * to make risk management a regular part of actuarial practice * to advance professional recognition and career opportunities for actuaries in the arena of risk management
|Southeastern Actuaries Conference|
|Founded in 1949, the Southeastern Actuaries Conference is an organization of actuaries located in the southeastern United States. The primary purpose of the Conference is to provide continuing education opportunities for our members and for our colleagues in the actuarial profession. To further this purpose, the Conference meets semiannually, once in the spring and once in the fall, in order to keep our members up-to-date on current issues in the actuarial field. In addition, the Conference provides scholarships to worthy students enrolled in the Actuarial Science program at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia.|
|Southern California Casualty Actuarial Club (SCCAC)|
|Casualty Actuarial Society Regional Affiliate covers Southern California. Keywords: club.|
|Southwest Actuarial Forum(SWAF)|
|The purposes of this organization shall be to advance the knowledge of actuarial science as applied to the problems of insurance, other than life insurance, to foster the education of actuarial students in the geographical area in which its members reside, to promote and maintain high standards of conduct and competence within the actuarial profession, and to promote a good fellowship among its members.|
|The Actuarial Foundation|
|Created in 1994, the Foundation is funded by the Society of Actuaries and contributions from individuals, corporations and organizations that support research, education and communication initiatives leveraging actuarial science and skills in the public interest. |
The mission of The Actuarial Foundation is to contribute to the understanding and resolution of present and future social and economic problems: -Investing in innovative research, education and communications initiatives -Using actuarial capabilities -Collaborating with universities, governments industry, professions and others with similiar missions.