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Old 02-05-2019, 01:29 PM
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A "YES!" seems to suggest (s)he would like the Life side. Why do you include Health in there? Doesn't seem very connected - I'd say that material is at least as relevant to P&C as it is to Health.
Because Health falls under the SOA, which is generally considered the "Life" side. CAS is the "Casualty" side, even though it includes things other than exclusively casualty practice.

From my perspective, as a Health actuary, I think Health has more in common with P&C in terms of techniques and methodology than it does with anything else on the Life side. In particular, the difference in contract periods makes for some very different risk exposures and dynamics.
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