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Old 02-14-2017, 07:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Marcie View Post
Seriouser answer: precept 7.

Originally Posted by AAA
Precept 7. An Actuary shall not knowingly perform Actuarial Services involving an actual or potential conflict of interest unless:

A. the Actuary's ability to act fairly is unimpaired;
B. there has been disclosure of the conflict to all present and known prospective Principals whose interests would be affected by the conflict; and
C. all such Principals have expressly agreed to the performance of the Actuarial Services by the Actuary.
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