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April 2017 In This Issue
President's Update
In Focus
Actuaries on the Move
Institute News
Events News
Thoughts for Today—and Tomorrow
Volunteers on the Move
Elliott Bauer
D.W. Simpson & Company
Eckler Ltd.
President's Update

By Dave Dickson, FCIA
CIA President
CIA restructuring, education, and recommendations from the Task Force on Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Review were just a few of the items discussed at the March 23 Board meeting.

In Focus

By Ty Faulds, FCIA
Member input on the recently released exposure draft on Revisions to the General Standards and a number of proposed changes to the practice-specific standards to be released in the near future will help the Actuarial Standards Board (ASB) deliver high-quality standards.

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.

Insight Decision Solutions
Acutarial Design
RGA Canada
Institute News

By Carmelina Santamaria
The hard work of our volunteers is the driving force behind the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA). National Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate their success and to say thanks.

Past President M. David R. Brown, FCIA (1965), FSA (1960)
Michael Leland, FCIA (2004), FSA (2004)

Note: the CIA Head Office will be closed April 14–17, and will reopen on April 18.

Events News

The 2017 Annual Meeting promises to be an important event for continuing professional development (CPD).

Thoughts for Today—and Tomorrow

By Jim Christie, FCIA
Twice a year, Thoughts for Today – and Tomorrow presents career advice from a CIA past-president. This month, Jim Christie (2011–2012 President) offers his top tips for success.

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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