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Resources for Actuaries Expanding Their IT Skill Set
Are you: Working on expanding your skill set by joining an IT project team at your organization? Having trouble understanding what your IT co-workers are saying? Frustrated that the data from the company’s data warehouse has errors? Curious about all the buzz regarding the term “data science” and wondering what it means for your actuarial … Read more
Posted in Professional Education and tagged Data and Technology Working Party, data science, E-Forum, RPM Seminar.
The Staff Actuary’s Blog: CAS Research Need Not Involve Triple Integrals! (Not that there’s anything wrong with those…)
In this blog post, I hope to accomplish two things at once, both involving CAS research. First, I’m happy to share that we have added a page to the website for our peer-reviewed research journal, Variance, titled “Articles in Press.” Currently, because of copyediting and the lengthy publication process, we have a collection of accepted … Read more
Posted in Research and tagged Articles in Press, Casualty Catastrophe Analytics, Catastrophe Risk, Counterfactual Disaster Risk Analysis, E-Forum, Gordon Woo, Steve D'Arcy, Variance.
Inside the Latest Edition of the CAS E-Forum
The Summer 2014 – Volume 2 edition of the CAS E-Forum contains five reserves papers written in response to a call for papers issued by the CAS Committee on Reserves (CASCOR). “Combining Estimates,” by Tom Struppeck, provides a methodology for combining two or more estimates into a single estimate. In “The Analysis of ‘All-Prior’ Data,” … Read more
Posted in Communications, Research and tagged Call for Papers, CAS Committee on Reserves, CASCOR, CLRS, E-Forum, Loss Reserve, Research, Reserves.