Happy Independence Day to all our Jamaican members!
To our Students:
Students sitting SOA Exams
Last month, we announced that the CAA had engaged the SOA to work together towards a solution that ensures that Caribbean actuarial candidates would not be disadvantaged when all SOA examinations are moved to computer-based testing (CBT) in Fall 2020.
We are happy to confirm that a policy has been crafted to strike the correct balance between providing candidates with access to the exam without undue financial and logistical obstacles while providing the appropriate the level of exam security to ensure fairness to all candidates and as well as supporting the validity of examination results.
Formal communication will be published by the SOA with details of the new policy being implemented for Caribbean Students.
We will continue to engage and support the SOA in implementing this initiative.
SOA Exam details may be viewed on their website.
Students sitting CAS Exams
The US Casualty Actuarial Society is moving to Computer Based Testing using Pearson Vue approved sites. There are such sites in Jamaica and Trinidad. We would like to know if you or anyone you know is a CAS student in any other Caribbean territory. We will then work with the CAS on your behalf to see what can be arranged.
More details of CAS’ move to CBT can be read on their website.
Actuarial News & Events:
IAA’s July Newsletter (pdf)
We encourage our SOA members to vote in their upcoming Board of Directors Elections which opens on 17th August.
SOA’s Tech Webcast Series – Emerging Tools & Technologies – 28th July -18th August
University of Nebraska School of Business Actuarial Research Virtual Conference
Recoding of IACA’s webinar Managing and Growing your Firm in an era of Pandemic and Lockdown (YouTube)
Interview with Nick Dumbreck, Chair of the CERA Global Association (ActuView)
Videos from the European Actuarial Academy’s recent Data Science & Data Ethics e-Conference (ActuView)
Videos from IABA’s Virtual Annual Meeting and schedule of upcoming events (IABA)
The Caribbean Actuarial Association’s 30th Annual Conference
Shubhash & Betty
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