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Old 08-28-2019, 06:53 PM
Josh Peck Josh Peck is offline
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Default ASA Vs ACAS Legally is there a difference


I just had an interview with a startup P&C insurance company and they were interested in hiring me for one of their first actuarial roles.

I currently work in life and was wondering if there would be any issue with me attaining my ASA rather than my ACAS from a legal standpoint. I ask this because I am close to attaining my ASA.
Furthermore, legally, does an ASA or ACAS actually mean anything.
I've heard it means you can sign off on people's work, but is this legally required? And if so, what types of things does a company require having an actuarial designation to do?

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