About Us
 

What We Do and Where We Practice

What We Do

Actuaries are professional business people who are skilled in the application of mathematics to financial problems. Actuaries employ their specialized knowledge of the mathematics of finance, statistics, and risk theory on problems faced by the following:

  • Insurance companies (both life and property/casualty);
  • Pension plans;
  • Government regulators;
  • Social programs; and
  • Individuals.

Actuaries have practical business sense, the creativity to apply training and experience to new problems and provide innovative solutions, and the communication skills required to convince both colleagues and clients. They help people plan better for the future by controlling or reducing financial risks associated with the following:

  • Retirement;
  • Sickness;
  • Disability;
  • Unemployment;
  • Property loss and damage;
  • Investment policy;
  • Dying too soon;
  • Living too long.

Where We Practice

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