Posts From cobrien
Young actuary leaders represent the future of the actuarial profession, bringing innovation, new perspectives and skills, and an embrace of leadership roles to guide it into the future. They are taking an essential role in contributing to the success and growth of the U.S. actuarial profession.
By Michael G. Malloy
It’s been hard to turn on the news this year and not see prominent stories about extreme weather and climate-change issues.
By Jay Vadiveloo and Zhiguo Wang
For the millions of retirees, financial advisers, and investment managers, there is one pervasive problem—how to balance performance against the safety of retirement assets.
By Albert J. Beer
“Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood!” While young readers might not recognize the musical reference, I believe all readers can relate to the disappointment of having an intended audience not understand a particular role you play.
The Actuarial Foundation has taken a strong and visible stance on increasing diversity in the actuarial field through the STEM Stars Actuarial Scholars Program.
By Ken Williams and Carrie Cross
The actuarial field is unique in many ways, including the way we require candidates to follow a structured pathway of requirements leading to our credentials.