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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In a little over six months, we will be celebrating the CAS Centennial—100 Years of Expertise, Insight and Solutions! We have much to celebrate! As the only actuarial organization in the world exclusively devoted to property-casualty risks, the CAS is—and will continue to be—in a strong position. Our market is dynamic and growing. Opportunities abound! … Read more
Amid the challenges of the past year, there have been several opportunities to evaluate the CAS value proposition, that is, what we offer to our various constituents that encourages them to turn to the CAS and its members. The refreshing of the CAS Strategic Plan was the foremost opportunity to evaluate our value proposition because … Read more
I was recently interviewed by a university student for his school’s actuarial science department’s newsletter. As I responded to the pointed questions about the CAS, SOA, and the future of the actuarial profession, it occurred to me that the same questions were likely on the minds of a lot of actuarial science students. So I … Read more