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The work of actuaries is essential to the insurance industry. By using statistical techniques and mathematical skills, actuaries evaluate complex financial risks and potential conse­quences. In the insurance business, actuaries price insurance products based on statistical analysis and help establish reserves to ensure companies’ solvency.

The objective of the training is to teach the principles of actuarial concepts and provide tools needed to support effective insurance supervision and regulation. Currently, we offer a self-directed Actuarial Training on our Connect.A2ii platform open to all supervisors, and we usually offer a training programme twice a year with the opportunity to earn a certificate. Find out more about the past actuarial training pilot programme here, and view photos from Actuarial trainings in our galleries.

Past Actuarial Training

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8 days
Virtual - Connect.A2ii
We are pleased to invite you to the virtual training “Capacity building for insurance supervisors: leveraging actuarial skills”, organised by the International Actuarial Association (IAA), the
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1 day
MS Teams
Following the launch of the self-directed modules on Connect.A2ii on the same topic, the IAA, A2ii and IAIS are organising a Q&A Special with the IAA experts, to take place on 27 September at 13.00
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8 days
Virtual - Connect A2ii
Nos complace invitarlo a la capacitación virtual “Desarrollo de capacidades para supervisores de seguros: competencias actuariales”, organizada por la Asociación Actuarial Internacional (IAA), la
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20 days
Virtual - Connect A2ii
Virtual Training 18 August – 16 September 2021 The virtual training “Capacity Building for Insurance Supervisors - Leveraging Actuarial Skills” is organised by the International Actuarial Association
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Worldwide
A continuación, las grabaciones en inglés, español y francés. Vous trouverez ci-dessous les enregistrements en anglais, espagnol et français. The International Actuarial Association (IAA), in
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