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Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries (FCA)


Summary:

To be considered for this designation, a candidate must first be engaged in actuarial work as a consultant, in government, as an insurance employee or as an Enrolled Agent. One prerequisite has the candidate obtaining six years of actuarial experience and hold the ASA, ACAS, EA, MAAA or MSPA designation. If this is not possible, the candidate can be a member of the Conference for more than three years after becoming an Associate of the Conference. The final option is to hold the FSA, FCAS or FSPA designation. Active actuaries must complete continued education to continue to hold this designation.

Issuing Organization:

Conference of Consulting Actuaries

Website:

www.ccactuaries.org



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