What Do Actuarial Managers Do?
Actuarial managers work primarily for banking, finance, securities, and insurance services to analyze a variety of risks and their consequences for the business.
Actuarial managers must be able to perform financial projections to implement plans, prepare budgets, and report risk base capital and actuarial reports for support, and they also help prepare facilities for product implementation. Strong mathematical skills and knowledge of statistics and financial theory are necessary in this positio…Read more
- Manage budgets, prioritize projects, and report on progress.
- Make recommendations and provide guidance to organizational leadership.
- Oversee actuarial staff and provide training and guidance.