This seminar delivers the highest-quality and most efficient way to obtain any needed basic education or relevant continuing education (CE) credit necessary to qualify to issue actuarial opinions for either the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Life and Accident & Health (A&H) Annual Statement or the NAIC Health Annual Statement. The curriculum is updated each year so that the most current information is presented. See the agenda at a glance for a look at what topics will be covered.
In Case You Missed It...
The Academy recently released a new episode of its popular podcast series, as well as a new Member Spotlight.
In Actuary Voices, Academy President Tom Campbell shares what led him to the profession, his unique experience as president during a pandemic, and his vision for the future of the Academy.
Nancy Behrens takes a turn in the Member Spotlight. Learn what advice she would share with an actuary starting in their career, how and why she got into the profession, and more.
There’s Still Time to Take the Annual Volunteer Survey
The Academy’s Annual Volunteer Survey is your chance to raise your hand and serve the profession. If you would like to join your colleagues in volunteering at the Academy, please take the survey by logging in to the member section of the Academy website. The survey will close on July 30. If you have any questions about volunteering or the survey, please contact the Academy’s director of membership, Kasha Shelton, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Public Employment Opportunity
The New York City Office of the Actuary is seeking to fill an administrative actuary position: deputy chief actuary for the Certification Services Division (CSD). Duties include oversight of the CSD and managing staff of about 10 individuals. For more information, visit https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov and note Job Opening ID No. 461344.
A 2004 Academy issue brief was cited in a report by the Congressional Research Service, The Growing Gap in Life Expectancy by Income: Recent Evidence and Implications for the Social Security Retirement Age.
The Health Solvency Subcommittee sent a comment letter to the NAIC Health Risk-Based Capital (E) Working Group regarding its request of the Academy to conduct a comprehensive review of the H2—Underwriting Risk component and managed care credit calculation in the health risk-based capital formula.
The U.S. departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury, and the Office of Personnel Management issued an interim final rule, “Requirements Related to Surprise Billing; Part I.” Read the Academy alert.
A Cyber Wire briefing cited the Academy’s cyber breach reporting requirements paper, which provides a systematic comparison of the existing regulations with respect to data breaches involving personally identifiable information across the states.
A Firstlinks (Australia) story cited the Actuaries Longevity Illustrator, jointly sponsored by the Academy and the Society of Actuaries.