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November 2016 In This Issue
President's Update
In Focus
Actuaries on the Move
Research Hub
Committee Profile
Institute News
Events News
Five Questions
Volunteers on the Move
Elliott Bauer
D.W. Simpson & Company
Eckler Ltd.
President's Update
By Dave Dickson, FCIA
CIA President

This month, CIA President Dave Dickson answers some of the most common questions members have asked during his time as President-elect and more recently as President.
 
In Focus
By Ty Faulds, FCIA
Progress on a number of general, pension, and insurance initiatives means 2017 is shaping up as a very busy year for your Actuarial Standards Board (ASB).
 
Actuaries on the Move
Each month we give Canada's actuarial professionals an opportunity to highlight recent career moves, promotions, and other achievements. Don’t miss this chance to keep your peers informed about you and your company.
 
Research Hub
By Bonnie Robinson
Research Hub is a regular feature that provides updates on Research Committee activities. This month, we look at the proposed restructuring of the committee.
 
Insight Decision Solutions
Ryerson University, The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education
RGA Canada
Committee Profile
By Terence Narine, FCIA
The Committee Profile section puts the spotlight on the current objectives and projects of one of the 45 committees within the CIA. This month, we look at what’s happening with the Committee on Membership Eligibility.
 
Institute News
By Alexis Tertulliani and Virginie Tremblay
ProAct, professional liability insurance for actuaries developed exclusively for members of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries, now includes coverage for cybercrime and cyber risk.
 
Actuarial organizations representing actuaries in Canada, the United States, and Mexico recently signed a cross-border discipline agreement.
 
By Matt Bartley, ACIA
Solid communication skills are essential for most careers, including those in the actuarial profession. Associate Matt Bartley discusses how Toastmasters helped him develop and maintain these skills.
 
Events News
A brief round-up of the In Focus seminar: The Gathering Storm – Digital and Climate Disruptors.
 
Save the date for the next ASOC public meeting.
 
Five Questions
Five Questions is a regular feature that explores the person behind the actuary, through his or her interests outside of the profession. Kathleen Thompson, vice-president, risk management at The Empire Life Insurance Company and Vice-chair of the Enterprise Risk Management Applications Committee, is a Fellow of the CIA. Her interests also include tole painting and gardening.
 
Volunteers on the Move
Volunteers on the Move provides the latest information on the CIA’s committee and task force members.
 
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