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Property casualty actuaries research risks that involve people and property. They also assist with creating loss reserves, analyzing enterprise risks, forecasting, planning, pricing and predictive modeling. Typically, actuaries have a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, applied mathematics, actuarial science, chemistry, physics or another discipline that requires a rigorous study of mathematics.

Our life actuaries prepare valuation reports relating to insurance policy reserves, amounts in force and policy counts. They also administer reinsurance, maintain mortality studies, prepare statistical reports, verify system values as requested and assist in product development.