The American Academy of Actuaries was established in 1965 to professionalize the U.S. actuarial community and earn the public’s trust. The Academy’s role in the standards and institutions that make up the professionalism infrastructure are no accident; they are at the heart of the Academy’s mission.
The Academy provides standards of conduct, practice, and qualification for the U.S. actuarial profession. These standards together ensure: responsibility, competence and trust.
NEW DISCUSSION PAPER
The Academy’s Committee on Professional Responsibility released a new discussion paper titled “Professionalism for the Solo Actuary.” The content provides ideas and suggestions to assist solo actuaries, as well as those practicing in small firms, with their professional responsibilities.
The latest column features a Q&A with actuaries discussing their experience as a solo practicioner.
Each month, the Academy will introduce you to a new actuary who shares a glimpse about their professional and personal lives.
Did You Know?
You can update your contact information and preferences for the Academy's online directory.
Read the latest President’s Message by Academy President Tom Campbell.
FAQs on the USQS
The Committee on Qualifications has made it clear that the USQS can be interpreted to include DE&I training in professionalism CE.
Up to Code
This is a regular column in Contingencies. Written mainly by members of the Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline.