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Old 01-09-2018, 03:49 PM
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Default New 2018 ACTEX Study Manual for FM Available

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ACTEX Study Manual for SOA Exam FM, Spring 2018 with StudyPlus+ (online study tools)
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The ACTEX Study Manual for the Society of Actuariesí Exam FM is comprehensive and is written in an easy-to-understand style, providing thorough explanations of all the Exam FM topics, from the basic material to the most difficult topics. Concepts are introduced in a clear way so that students can quickly understand new topics.

NEW IN THE SPRING 2018 EDITION: Expanded section on interest rate swaps. SOA Sample questions from February 2017 with worked solutions. Further clarification on some more difficult material. Plus, correction of all known errata.

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