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Agatha Caleo, ACAS

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Posted By Agatha Caleo 3/10/2020 12:02:47 PM
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If you or someone you know has a disability and is struggling to pass exams, please see the main article, Managing Disability and Actuarial Exams in the Future Fellows Newsletter . My Experience with Vestibular Migraine It started with mild motion sickness, just feeling a little bit ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 1/17/2018 9:02:17 AM
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“Last time, on the Future Fellows blog…” 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 Beach Group’s Head of Analytics in North America and host of the Not Unreasonable podcast, ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 1/3/2018 9:04:14 AM
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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 and ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 12/6/2017 11:04:25 AM
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(by Agatha Caleo and Celeste Bremen) In addition to being awarded grant money toward their educations, CAS Trust Scholarship winners are invited to attend the CAS Annual Meeting each year. This year there were three winners: Kate McCoy, senior at Drake University, received a $10,000 scholarship. ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 8/31/2017 6:58:55 AM
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Welcome back, readers!  You may have noticed the Future Fellows blog had a quiet summer; you can expect a full lineup for the fall and winter.  We are looking forward to posts on everything from study strategies to cognitive computing.  As always, we welcome your ideas as well.  What topics do you want ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 2/8/2017 9:59:31 AM
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The CAS Candidate Liaison Committee (CLC) welcomed its newest members during our meeting in early December 2016. The Future Fellows blog will be profiling each of the three new Candidate Representatives joining us this year. I am excited to introduce Justin Young as the final Candidate Representative ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 1/1/2017 12:19:45 PM
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What happens when you fail the same exam multiple times? How do you deal with the repeated devastation and figure out what to do differently to make your next sitting successful? Virginia (Genny) Jones, a newly minted FCAS, shares her experience of failing Exam 6 twice and passing on her third attempt. ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 10/27/2016 6:28:28 AM
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I know you love that sparkly hairclip / handsome watch / delicate necklace, but as of October 15, 2016, Prometric wants you to leave it at home (or in your locker).  In fact, you can’t wear any jewelry other than a wedding/engagement ring into the testing room.  And jewelry is a broader category than ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 8/8/2016 8:48:40 AM
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Last month we interviewed Sim Segal about external networking. Internal networking – making connections within one’s own company – is another important skill. Most of us work on a team, and our coworkers become our closest network connections. It’s easy to get comfortable with those colleagues, but ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 7/7/2016 8:08:49 AM
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Networking – we all know how important it is, but how can we get better at it? Making connections, especially outside your company, can be difficult. Today we interview Sim Segal, FSA, President of SimErgy Consulting and Director of ERM Programs at Columbia University. As a consultant, networking ...
Posted By Agatha Caleo 1/21/2016 11:45:02 AM
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Could you use up to $10,000 toward your education? Are you a full-time student at a U.S. or Canadian college or university? Will you also be a full-time student at such a school for the 2016-17 academic year? Will you have sat for at least one actuarial exam by March 1, 2016?   If you answered “yes” ...