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Old 06-29-2018, 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by lllj View Post
I would assume they mean fellowship. I know a lot of UK actuaries and none of them bothered with associateship and they don't really think about the US associates as being "qualified."
I would have thought the same. Iím in the UK and Iíve never heard somebody who isnít a fellow refer to themselves as ďqualifiedĒ.

However, the IFoA have been trying to make a point recently that you donít need to be a fellow to call yourself an actuary, you can officially do it from associate level onwards. Youíre right though, I donít think many people actually bother to officially become an associate.
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