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None, all of them are in consulting.
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I usually figure that since reinsurance should require more judgment since reinsurance is focused more on the end of the tail of the risk and thus if you're a successful reinsurance actuary that should imply you have good judgment for these things?
This is true, except everyone is just guessing at the tail so successful reinsurance correlates highly with luck.
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This is true, except everyone is just guessing at the tail so successful reinsurance correlates highly with luck.
Sounds like someone missed his glass of Kool-Aid!
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Sounds like someone missed his glass of Kool-Aid!
Yeah, I've been offered the Kool-Aid before. Results good? Damn we are the smartest people in the world! Results bad? The models are inherently flawed.
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Yeah, I've been offered the Kool-Aid before. Results good? Damn we are the smartest people in the world! Results bad? The models are inherently flawed.
Sounds like tasty Kool-Aid to me
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= 1 - wherever JAS is "working"
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