Actuview – European actuarial community at your fingertips
28 January 2020
The three main Strategic Objectives of the AAE are clear guidelines for what we want to achieve as an association and also guides all other AAE activities, including the work we do within the committees and working groups, with our member associations and individual actuaries and our engagement with external stakeholders and partners.> Read more
Why you should care about ethics in the use of data?
6 January 2020
As European actuaries we are committed to the principles of our Code of Professional Conduct: integrity, competence and care, compliance, impartiality and communication. As an element of this “an actuary must not provide … information … that the actuary knows … is materially false or misleading, contains statements or information furnished recklessly or omits or obscures information required to be included and as a result is materially misleading”. Further on “an actuary must perform specific professional services only if the actuary is competent and appropriately experienced to do so…”. These are very demanding requirements generally, but perhaps even more so when we talk of novel data science and predictive analytics.> Read more
The European Actuary
16 December 2019
The European Actuary (TEA), is a triannual magazine which is published under the responsibility of the Actuarial Association of Europe (AAE). TEA aims to inform, disclose and share new business-critical, global and local developments, viewpoints and the latest successful principles and practices that are of significant interest to corporate board members, politicians, actuarial professionals and captains of industry in the financial, actuarial-related arena. TEA is published at http://theeuropeanactuary.org/> Read more
The New AAE Core Syllabus
5 December 2019
Watch the first AAE video blog on the New AAE Core Syllabus introduced by Henning Wergen.
This blog is recorded in a personal capacity.
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Fit for the future
5 November 2019
Actuaries are regarded as professionals, problem solvers and strategic thinkers with a deep understanding of financial systems. They have highly valued mathematical skills and expertise to help measure the probability and risk of future events and by doing so to serve a greater good, the public interest. Or in other words: Actuaries use numbers and mathematics to make predictions for the future and the well-being of society. So far, so good.> Read more
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