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Old 08-29-2019, 10:59 AM
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Default ERM Case Study Question

Hi All,
Given the case study is posted, I have a few questions.
This is my first time sitting for a SOA written paper and my first FSA level Exam - do thank you for your patience if these appear basic...

1. My track is gerenal corporate ERM - so I will read and study sections 0,1 and 2 -upto page 84 of the case study ? in true ERM spirit if some one can confirm ? a 4-eyes please?

2. I believe we will be given a copy of the same case study at the exam - how would a suggested preparation be like ? I see some emails and communications back and forth and some financial info given - from the annual reports. May be look for gaps or defects in the company structure ?

3. SOA syllabus says that they will ask questions based on the study else where - so pretty much any question can have a portion based on case study ? how would one prepare for that ? any thoughts ?

4. My game plan is to complete the readings and start problems - I have done two exams so far - with varying results... think the difficulty for me is to write a good answer in given time - 3 minutes per point (correct me if I am wrong)

Thanks - any feedback is much appreciated !
Good luck to all who are studying - it takes great effort !!!
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