Where can you get a world of information with 27 hours of CE?

 
 Tom Terry


Cecil Bykerk
Dear Academy Member:
 
Please consider joining us for what is sure to be a thought-provoking and informative gathering for actuaries across all practices from March 30 to April 4, 2014 at ICA 2014, where you’ll also have an opportunity to pick from 27 hours of Continuing Education credits.
 
Having attended past International Congress of Actuaries (ICA) conferences, we can tell you to expect a robust, high-value program that offers a wealth of new knowledge, thinking, and resources to keep your practice current.
 
What we have found most valuable about attending ICA is that the topical sessions include the most current research, regulation updates, and also practical case studies from the U.S. and around the world. Whether you are looking to expand your thinking on product design or reserving methods, to discover new techniques for modeling, or to learn about the impact of demographic and economic shifts, the expert-led sessions consistently deliver the latest thinking, technical information, and lessons learned.
 
Customize your ICA experience to your own professional needs and interests from literally hundreds of sessions and networking events with fellow actuaries who are paving the way to the future for our profession.
 
We will both be there, and hope to meet as many members of the Academy as possible during the week.
 
Note that the regular registration period for ICA 2014 ends January 31st. So, be sure to visit the website now to take advantage of the significant discounts before the end of the month: www.ica2014.org
 
Sincerely,
 
Tom Terry
President
American Academy of Actuaries
 
Cecil Bykerk
Vice Chairperson, ICA 2014 Organizing Committee
Immediate Past President 
American Academy of Actuaries