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TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE ACTUARIAL SOCIETY
We are pleased to announce the names of the candidates who as of the date, 6 May 2016, have successfully completed all of the requirements towards the award of Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary (CERA).
Kindly see list for the names of these members: Cera Qualifiers
Our congratulations go out to these candidates on having achieved this milestone.
The Actuarial Society of South Africa
This edition of the Actuary magazine sees the inclusion of an article on CERA holder Arthur Els, who describes how the designation has helped to open up a new area for him in which to work.
Click link for article: Actuary in a hard hat
The CERA qualification has reached a new milestone with over 3,000 holders.
Dear Student Members,
FIRST SEMEMSTER 2016 FEES INCREASE - A101; A102; A103; A201; A202; A203; A204; A205; and F106
Due to the deterioration in the R/£ exchange rate, we are forced to increase the examination fees for the above exams.
Be assured that the intention of the Society is to keep fees as low as possible and that only essential adjustments are made. You can find a detailed list of fees in the Fees Schedule document on our website
Actuarial Society of South Africa