Casualty Actuarial Society
Founded in 1914 under the name Casualty Actuarial and Statistical Society, which changed in 1922 to Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS). This association focuses in supporting actuaries committed to reaching their maximum professional potential, keeping the highest conduct and competence standards.
The CAS has as a mission to advance actuarial science’s knowledge when applied to general insurance, including property, accidents and similar risk exposures. They also aim towards expanding actuarial science’s application to company and system risk, promoting and maintaining the highest conduct and competence standards, while increasing actuarial conscience and contributing to society’s welfare as a whole.
(Approved by the admission’s council of the CAS, November 7, 2010.)
International Actuarial Association
The IAA is an international association that gathers local actuarial societies from around the world. Founded in 1895 and reformed in 1998, with a new constitution that aimed towards increasing professional development, technical competence and professional trustworthiness that guarantees public interest.
The IAA’s mission is to represent actuary and promote its role, reputation and recognition to the international community, promote professionalism, develop educational norms and strengthen investigation, with an active participation of its members.
Society Of Actuaries (SOA)
The Society of Actuaries, founded in the US in 1949, gathers actuaries from around the world, mainly United States and Canada. Through investigation and education, they seek to improve actuarial capacity when modeling and managing financial risk and contingent events.
The SOA has three general objectives: provide basic, advanced and continuous education for professional development of actuaries; promotes investigation to provide the bases for further professional expansion and promotes a high level of professional competence.