Actuaries provide insights and expertise to policymakers, government agencies and regulatory bodies, contributing to the development of public policy in areas such as social security, health care financing and environmental risk management. These public statements articulate the views of the Institute and its members, providing analysis and recommendations to help inform policy decisions that protect the public interest and promote societal well-being.
The CIA produces three types of public statements:
Statements on topics that have a substantial element beyond existing actuarial standards of practice, guidance, research or public statements to contribute to forward-looking and informed public and private decision-making.
Proactive actuarial insight on topics within existing actuarial standards of practice, guidance, research or public statements, with the goal of highlighting important actuarial issues.
Advice given to key stakeholders in response to their requests for input on topics within existing actuarial standards of practice, guidance, research or public statements.
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