I hope we didn’t keep you in suspense for too long after our previous blog on How a Catastrophe Model Works. Today we have the second part of my interview with David Wright, ACAS, CFA: Being a Catastrophe Modeler.
Hurricanes! Cyber risk! Hail storms! Catastrophe modeling sounds dramatic and exciting; is it really that crazy? I chatted with Beach Group’s Head of Analytics in North America and host of the Not Unreasonable podcast to find out. David Wright, ACAS, CFA, breaks down how a cat model works.
In addition to up to $10,000 toward their educations, CAS Trust Scholarship winners are invited to attend the CAS Annual Meeting each year. Read about a current winner's experience at the 2017 CAS Annual Meeting in Anaheim, CA, in November. Then learn how you or someone you know can apply!
It’s an exciting time to be an actuary. The use of big data and advanced analytics are on the rise, and this gives actuaries a chance to change the way they approach actuarial analysis. Read on for an interview with Catherine Cao, FCAS and her role in Robotics and Cognitive Computing!
For the first time this spring, candidates taking Exam 9 were given an Integrative Question (IQ), which tests multiple areas of the syllabus. We spoke with Syllabus and Examination Committee Chair William Wilder to learn more about the grading process for this new type of question.