The CIA and its members have a fundamental duty to act in the public interest for the financial security of all Canadians.
The Institute does so by bringing together the education, guidance, rules and awareness that the profession needs to be accountable, trustworthy and reliable.
Duty to the public interest
Statement on the duty that the CIA holds to the public
We are committed to ensuring actuaries are highly skilled and well-informed professionals
Actuarial Profession Oversight Board
The CIA is supported by the Actuarial Profession Oversight Board (APOB), an independent body that ensures the CIA’s professionalism and standard-setting activities and related processes are appropriate and responsive to the public interest.
Actuarial Standards Board (ASB)
Directs and manages the CIA’s actuarial standard-setting process in Canada.Discover how standards are set
Professionalism and Credential Monitoring Board (PCMB)
Determines the CIA’s continuing professional development standards and monitors compliance.Explore the PCMB and CPD standards
Professional Conduct Board (PCB)
Oversees the CIA’s disciplinary process.Gain insights into the disciplinary procedure