|Actuaries work in a range of different practice areas:
This is the most traditional area for actuaries to work in. Roles include financial reporting, product development and pricing. Actuaries may also advise on investment strategies, business planning, and strategic risk measurement.
Actuaries advise companies on all aspects of their pension scheme design and structure. They work alongside other professionals and provide actuarial advice.
Actuaries work on pricing products such as motor and household insurance, advice on reserves and capital requirements, and may be involved in reinsurance arrangements.
Finance and investment
Actuaries are involved in the day -to -day activity of the capital markets. They advise on investment strategies and long term targets.
Enterprise risk management
Health and care
Central Bank/Financial Regulator and other regulatory Bodies
Education, Universities, professional bodies
Environmental Impact Modeling
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|Becoming an Actuary?
Even if you have studied an actuarial degree you will still have some exams to complete once you begin work. Combining study, work and a social life can be difficult.
|Actuaries work in a range of different areasThere are many different practice areas that actuaries can work in. It is important to choose the right area because the nature of the work is very different for each.|