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Old 05-20-2005, 01:51 AM
azaremba azaremba is offline
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I recently entered the Actuarial field as a Consultant in the P & C side. I have passed the first two exams, cross my fingers about exam M which I took today, so I still have the next year- two to pinpoint where I want to be in this career. However, from what have I heard from people about investments during interviews and just my personaly attraction to the investment banking industry I would like to learn more about it. Any general info is appreciated.

Is their investment opportunity on the Casualty side, or is it strictly on the SOA side? I am assuming I will continue to pursue my FCAS so that is why I am wondering. I have a few friends in investment banking and I feel some qualities between them and us are very similar, therefore some of us could succeed there and vice versa.
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Old 05-20-2005, 01:16 PM
DW Simpson DW Simpson is offline
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These threads touched on the investment / financial side for casualty actuaries:

You may find some related threads by searching for cfa, investments, financial, hedge, mba and similar words.

Here are some other threads:

There are many good discussions over the last few years here.

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