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CAA Weekly News Update – 16th September

You are invited to watch the International Actuarial Association‘s webinar on 27th September from 7:00-8:00am EDT/AST as Birgit Kaiser, of the German Association of Actuaries, and the CAA’s Lisa Wade present on Real-life Experiences of Standard Setting. Stay tuned for the Financial Services Commission of Jamaica’s webinar, Actuarial Valuation Results: What Do They Mean For … Continue reading “CAA Weekly News Update – 16th September”

CAA Weekly News Update -9th September

Stay tuned for the Financial Services Commission of Jamaica’s webinar, Actuarial Valuation Results: What Do They Mean For Your Pension Plan? 10:00-11:00am EST on 29th September from 10:00-11:00am EST. The webinar will be presented by the CAA’s Constance Hall. Check out The New Actuary: Interview with Dr. the Hon. Nigel Clarke, Jamaica’s Minister of Finance … Continue reading “CAA Weekly News Update -9th September”

CAA Weekly News Update – 19th August

Government of Barbados Press Briefing on the National Insurance Scheme with PM Mia Mottley, NIS Actuary Derek Osborne and others. (YouTube 1:47) Watch  Social Security: What Lies Ahead? and other past CAA webcasts anytime on our YouTube Channel. The Insurance Association of the Caribbean presents: Engineering Insurance – Contractors And Machinery All Risk, with William … Continue reading “CAA Weekly News Update – 19th August”

CAA Weekly News Update – 13th August

Check out The New Actuary, from our Industry Growth Subcommittee, on our social media pages. And coming soon: interviews with individuals who have finessed their actuarial backgrounds into highly successful careers in other industries. Members under thirty-five are invited to compete in the IAA’s Young Actuaries World Cup, a friendly global competition between young actuaries … Continue reading “CAA Weekly News Update – 13th August”

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