An actuary is the one who analyse the risk and uncertainties along with the financial costs. They use mathematics, statistics, and financial theory to access the risk of potential events. Their work is important for the insurance industry.
- Actuarial Manager
- Associate Actuary
Minimum education required is 10+2
- Mathematical genius - A love of logic - Should have problem solving skills - Business awareness - Good in communication - Excellent in number crunching
Courses to be pursued
Bachelor’s in mathematics
or some other analytical field.
Christ University, Bangalore, Karnataka
Address: Hosur Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560029
Phone: 080 40129100
Bishop Herber College, Trichy, Tamil Nadu.
Address: Puthur High Road, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu 620017
Phone: 0431 2770136
- Actuaries work in teams that includes managers and professionals of other fields, such as accounting, underwriting, and finance.
- Actuaries usually work in an office setting, those who work for consulting firms may need to travel to meet with clients.
- They mostly have to work full time
Lloyd's of London
Address: One Lime Street, London, EC3M 7HA, UK
Phone: +44 (0)20 7327
The Aon Centre
Address: Candor Info Space, Central Park II, Tikri, Sector 48, Gurugram, Haryana 122001
Phone: 0124 447 1500
Daavid X Li
Daavid X Li called “the world’s most influential actuary” by The Financial Times. He is a quantitative analyst and actuary. He is the one who pioneered the use of Gaussian models for the pricing of collateralized debt obligations in the early 2000’s.
Harald Cramer also known as “one of the giants of statistical theory”. He was a well-known Swedish mathematician, actuary and statistician.