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Let’s talk about actuaries in the movies

It is somewhat rare for actuaries to make appearances in pop culture. Not unlike large segments of regular society, the profession remains fairly unknown to the entertainment industry – but not unheard of entirely. Chris Fievoli breaks down actuaries and their roles – both great and small – in the cinematic universe.

How actuaries can help manage longevity risk

Longevity risk is the danger that we outlive our retirement savings. This involves the ensuing challenge to maintain the standard of living that we are accustomed to or afford the ever-increasing health care and retirement housing costs. Can actuaries help the public avoid this issue?

A sit-down with new CIA President Jacque Friedland

On July 1, 2021, Jacqueline Friedland, FCIA, begins her term as CIA President. Get to know Jacque in this new episode of Seeing Beyond Risk as she shares her vision for the future and her plans to address diversity in the profession, climate change, emerging areas of practice, and more.

Canada’s actuarial profession: rooted in the strength of our volunteers

CIA volunteers founded and continue to grow the Institute by dedicating their time and effort to produce research, establish standards, offer training and events, and perform outreach to partners and stakeholders. To recognize our volunteers’ remarkable service and dedication, we are proud to re-imagine the CIA Legacy Awards – an annual recognition program that kicked off with a virtual...

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