How to become an actuary

Specialise in mathematical, statistical, and fiscal data to help organisations make decisions and plan for growth.

What does an actuary do?

Duties and tasks

  • Ability to analyse complex data and report on the results
  • Evaluate businesses financial risks and provide judgement on investments or planned future investments
  • Knowledge and proficiency in regulatory issues, policies, risk and compliance matters
  • Perform financial and risk analysis
  • Prepare financial models, financial projections, budgets and future cash flows

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