The CIA is guided by a set of principles. The first, in both order and importance, states: “In carrying out its activities and programs, the Institute holds the duty of the profession to the public above the needs of the profession and its members.” This has been an area of much discussion for members and stakeholders. What duty does the profession hold to the public? How do we define the notion...
CIA leadership – International style
The CIA’s International Affairs Council is proud to showcase the achievements of Micheline Dionne, FCIA, new President-Elect of the IAA, CIA Past President, and former chair of the CIA’s Committee on International Relations. As a longtime leader on the international front, Micheline has employed her expertise to aid in developing the International Standards of Practice (ISAP), discussions on...
A pandemic year to remember
Evolution of the Actuarial Standards Board
A robust actuarial standard-setting process is part of our history as a profession.
Actuarial Standards Board: High Quality Standards for Actuarial Excellence
I thought it may be of interest to the membership to get a further appreciation of the responsibilities and activities of the Actuarial Standards Board (ASB) over the course of a year. I will also highlight three initiatives identified in our strategic plan that are currently underway.