Professionalism webinar: Keeping Up Internationally—The IAA, Model International Standards, and the U.S. Actuary

December 15, 2011
12:00-1:30 p.m. Eastern


What influence does the International Actuarial Association (IAA) have on you as a U.S.-based actuary? More than you think. The Academy’s Council on Professionalism presented a webinar about the IAA’s role and how its activities may affect you.
 
The IAA—a worldwide association of professional actuarial associations—has many committees, with members from around the globe, that address actuarial issues similar to those of concern and interest to U.S. actuaries. As the global economy affects our own economy and progress, actuaries—regardless of where they live—need to keep up with current international events and stay informed about proposed changes that may affect how they approach their U.S. practice.


In this webinar, attendees learned about:
 
  • IAA’s structure and its role in the U.S. profession
  • Activities of the IAA Professionalism Committee that affect your actuarial life—from both a company and/or consulting viewpoint
  • Activities in the development of “international standards” and how you can influence its development
 
This webinar was presented by the Academy's Council on Professionalism and co-sponsored by the SOA, CAS, CCA and ASPPA.
 

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NOTE ON JBEA CE CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE: You will not be able to receive a certificate of attendance for listening to any recorded webinars. In order to receive a JBEA CE Certificate of Attendance you must attend the live event, follow the instructions provided during the live event, and you must request your certificate by completing the online form within 30 days of attending the live event.

WEBINAR RESOURCES
 

PRESENTERS*

Curtis Huntington, MAAA, FCA, FSA, MSPA
  • Professor of Mathematics, University of Michigan
  • Chairperson, Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline (ABCD)
  • IAA Council Delegate on behalf of ASPPA
  • Member of the Academy’s Council on Professionalism, Joint Committee on IAA Coordination, and Joint Committee on the Code of Professional Conduct
  • Member of the IAA’s Accreditation Committee, Actuarial Educators Committee, Education Committee, Executive Committee, Nominations Committee, Pensions and Employee Benefits Committee, Professionalism Committee of the IAA, and Syllabus Review Committee of the IAA
Godfrey Perrott, MAAA, FSA
  • Chairperson, General Task Force of the Interim Actuarial Standards Subcommittee and the Standard Setters Roundtable
  • Member of the Academy’s Council on Professionalism
  • Member of the IAA’s Environment Committee, Insurance Regulation Committee, Interim Actuarial Standards Subcommittee of the IAA, and Role of the Actuary Committee
Moderator: Sheila J. Kalkunte
  • Academy Assistant General Counsel


CE CREDIT
The American Academy of Actuaries believes in good faith that your attendance at this live webinar, “Keeping Up Internationally—The IAA, Model International Standards, and the U.S. Actuary,” constitutes an organized activity as defined under the current Qualification Standards for Actuaries Issuing Statements of Actuarial Opinion in the United States. Under these Qualification Standards, an hour of continuing education is defined as 50 minutes, and fractions of an hour may be counted.
 
JBEA CPE Credit: Please note that given the subject matter, the Academy in good faith believes this event would NOT satisfy the continuing education requirements for the Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries.  Please
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* The opinions expressed by the panelists during this presentation do not represent the opinions of any of the boards or committees of the Academy, or any other actuarial organization.