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Which CE Requirements 
Apply to Me?

The U.S. Qualification Standards were amended in 2022 and now require one hour of continuing education each year on bias topics. Find a list of webinars and papers that can help meet this requirement here.


Academy Professionalism Resources

The Academy is home to the actuarial profession’s fundamental professionalism documents—the Code of Professional Conduct (the Code), the Qualification Standards for Actuaries Issuing Statements of Actuarial Opinion in the United States (USQS), and the Actuarial Standards of Practice (ASOPs). These tools are available so members can fulfill their responsibilities to their principals—and to the public—with the highest standards of professionalism.


The Code of Professional Conduct identifies the professional and ethical

standards required of actuaries who belong to the Academy.

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The U.S. Qualifications Standards

apply to actuaries issuing statements

of actuarial opinion.

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The Actuarial Standards of Practice describe the procedures an actuary should follow when performing actuarial services.

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Professionalism Webinars

Professionalism webinar recordings are available free to Academy members. Earn continuing education (CE) credits by listening to pre-recorded webinars. These credits can be counted toward the annual required three hours of continuing education on professionalism topics, as detailed in the U.S. Qualification Standards (Section 2.2).


Explaining Professionalism
to Principals

Outlines the professionalism considerations an actuary

should have when producing a final work product.

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Conflicts of Interest When Doing Volunteer Work

Helps Academy volunteers identify any actual or potential

conflicts of interest they might have, and suggests what

actions might be considered to address such conflicts.

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Self-Regulation and the Actuarial Profession

Highlights the importance of self-regulation and how

individual actuaries can help preserve self-regulation.

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Professionalism for the
Solo Actuary

Includes considerations on ways solo practitioners might

fulfill their professional responsibilities.

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Other popular and useful resources include:

Want to learn more?

If you have questions after consulting these resources, you can ask for assistance.

To contact the Academy’s professionalism department, contact

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