Exams & Admissions, Membership / Notices to Members, Volunteer
We are seeking your help finalizing our exam writing rosters for this sitting, specifically for exams 5, MAS-I and MAS-II.
Membership / Notices to Members, Volunteer
The Casualty Actuarial Society is excited to release a new video developed to orient all CAS volunteers, both new and returning, on the CAS Council Structure and Strategic Plan.
CAS News, Exams & Admissions, Global Updates, Membership / Notices to Members
CAS is transitioning to once-a-year testing for Exam 6-International to keep in line with current demand.
Membership / Notices to Members, Professional Education
CAS News, Diversity, Membership / Notices to Members, Press Releases
In recognition of outstanding leadership and efforts within the insurance industry developing solutions for authenticity, inclusion and diversity, the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) has been honored with the 2022 Diversity and Inclusion Industry Champion of the Year award from Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS). GIS is the industry’s premier collegiate talent pipeline, serving over 5,000 students and 25,000 alumni from a growing network of over 100 colleges and universities throughout North America.
CAS News, Diversity, Global Updates, Membership / Notices to Members
Admissions Transformation, Exams & Admissions, Membership / Notices to Members
Insurance Hot Topics, Membership / Notices to Members, Press Releases, Publications & Research
A new report from the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA) and the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) analyzes the impact of marijuana decriminalization on the vehicular accident experience in Canada and the United States. The study did not detect any statistically significant impacts of decriminalization on the car accident fatality rate, insurance claim frequency or average cost per claim, particularly over the long term.
Admissions Transformation, CAS News, Exams & Admissions, Membership / Notices to Members
In accordance with the Admissions Transformation Plan (ATP), the CAS anticipates publishing new Content Outlines (formerly Syllabi) later this month for the October/November 2023 Exams MAS-I, MAS-II, and 5. The following information will provide our stakeholders, primarily candidates and academics, with details on the similarities and differences between our former Syllabi and new Content Outlines.