It is almost the end of February and yet it is not too late to set your professional resolutions for the year. I have been deep in the “busy season”, more on which later, and this post has been collecting dust in my drafts folder. Although it may not be … Read the rest
“Communication Breakdown, It’s always the same, I’m having a nervous breakdown, Drive me insane!”
“The … umm … Embedded Value increased .. umm .. because, I think … umm …” - BIG NO NO!!!
How are you going to get your message across effectively like this?
The myth about … Read the rest
This article was originally published in Issue #49 of the SOA CompAct Newsletter in October 2013.
I have worked with Sungard’s Prophet software for the past three years. Upon finding out that I would be working at a company where Prophet is used, I immediately hit the web to … Read the rest
“I believe l mentioned in my previous letter that l was an actuary…”
When I was a green actuary-wannabe, at university, studying for actuarial exams, I had no clue what actuaries did. I mean nothing! I knew they dealt with math and statistics and generally are uber geeks (all of … Read the rest
Laura Bennett is the CEO and Co-Founder of Embrace Pet Insurance and an Entrepreneur with a pet and coffee addiction. I had the pleasure to interview Laura over the phone and after a brief introduction we dove right into the Q&A.
You have a very impressive LinkedIn profile, you actively … Read the rest
Huzzah! Not long ago we issued a public outcry to the Actuarial Mailing List subscribers and to our Twitter followers for some book recommendations and finally we are ready to share the results. Dusting off and cataloguing our own books and scouring the interwebs for suggestions, behold the Actuarial … Read the rest
This is not your typical product placement post! This is actually a testimonial!
Over the past few weeks I’ve had some time to dedicate to my “actuarial computer skills” improvements. I toyed with the idea of learning the databases, Python, C++ and finally decided to brush up on probably … Read the rest