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Old 10-25-2018, 02:42 PM
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Ever since deciding to become an actuary I've been fascinated with the idea of being able to live and work in the Caribbean. I'm currently pursuing my ASA and saw that Bermuda typically employs more (F)CAS.

I was wondering if there are other islands where actuaries work? If someone has some knowledge or a resource that breaks down actuarial jobs in the Caribbean I'd love to know!
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Old 10-25-2018, 04:05 PM
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search the soa directory by country. and designation (search for acas and then fcas)

Bermuda (not carribbean, btw) and Cayman. Bahamas maybe?
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What tommie said. And he is handsome. There are actuaries in Trinidad*, Jamaica, Barbados and as you mentioned Bermuda and Cayman. Bermuda and Cayman are the places to be since they are taking in business from all over the world. Most of the rest of the islands are handling their own domestic insurance needs. Every third country in the Caribbean is also a captive domicile but most are pretty small and all the actuarial work is done elsewhere...BVIs, Nevis etc...

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You may want to see what this organization has:
https://www.caa.com.bb/

So... going around the website, a lot of the items have not been updated, but here are some specific people to contact, perhaps:
https://www.caa.com.bb/About/Our-Council.aspx
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Mike McLaughlin comes from Jamaica.
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What tommie said. And he is handsome. There are actuaries in Trinidad*, Jamaica, Barbados and as you mentioned Bermuda and Cayman. Bermuda and Cayman are the places to be since they are taking in business from all over the world. Most of the rest of the islands are handling their own domestic insurance needs. Every third country in the Caribbean is also a captive domicile but most are pretty small and all the actuarial work is done elsewhere...BVIs, Nevis etc...

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