The Casualty Actuarial Society is a professional organization whose purpose is the advancement of the body of knowledge of actuarial science applied to property, casualty, and similar risk exposures.
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This Saturday marks International Picnic Day! Celebrated around the world, June 18 is the day that people take their food and eat outside, enjoying the fresh air, beautiful sun, and…swarm of insects. Some claim the original concept of a picnic dates back to outdoor medieval feasts held by the nobility. Others assert that picnics came … Read more
Gus Fuldner, head of insurance at Uber Technologies Inc. and Business Insurance’s 2016 Risk Manager of the Year, recently talked to the magazine about the importance of his actuarial team at the fast-growing technology company. Fuldner discusses hiring CAS Fellow Frank Chang, and shares with Business Insurance that he particularly values “… a really strong … Read more
Big Data has officially arrived, and it’s changing the way business works, including actuarial science, wrote David Zornek, an actuarial consultant at Oliver Wyman, in the most recent issue of the Actuarial Review. Zornek, who is also a candidate representative to the CAS Candidate Liaison Committee, highlighted a variety of resources that actuaries can use … Read more