Rank Your Top Actuarial Stories of 2012

In our last post, we asked for your input on the top actuarial stories of 2012. We appreciate the many suggestions of those stories you thought had the greatest impact on the actuarial profession over the last year.

We compiled the suggestions and developed a survey to identify the top ten actuarial stories of 2012. Complete the survey by ranking your top 10 stories in order of importance, with 1 being your most important story from 2012.

The survey will close on January 2, 2013, so please complete the survey today!

After completing the survey, feel free to leave a comment on this post to share your top story and why you believe it is #1.

The consensus top ten will be unveiled in the February 2013 issue of the Actuarial Review.

Note: The survey of top stories from 2012 initially included the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. Out of respect to those affected by the horrific tragedy, the story has been removed from the survey. CAS is deeply sorry for the insensitivity demonstrated by the tragedy’s initial inclusion on the list.


About Elizabeth Smith

Elizabeth A. Smith is a 21-year veteran of the CAS. She is the manager of publications and managing editor for Actuarial Review.

1 Response to Rank Your Top Actuarial Stories of 2012

  1. avatar Sherwin Li says:

    Have just read the latest issue of the Actuarial Review and found that all the top 9 news are US-related and Solvency II delayed is ranked the 10th. Hope it could be more international in the future.

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