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Old 08-29-2019, 09:24 AM
Josh Peck Josh Peck is offline
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Originally Posted by fjcostanzo View Post
In order to sign statements of actuarial opinion and other regulatory documents for a P&C insurer you must obtain ACAS + Exam 7. Recently the NAIC approved the FSA-GI Track as qualified to sign opinions however the vast majority of that requires P&C insurers to get on board with actually trusting an FSA versus and ACAS/FCAS.

I would be extremely worried if about joining this start-up if they also don't know or didn't tell you what requirements you'd need. Though to be fair they could always just hire a consultant to do the regulatory stuff if they don't have a properly credentialed staff actuary.
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