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Old 03-20-2017, 11:04 PM
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The membership of the Chicago Actuarial Association are current and future members of the American Academy of Actuaries. The Chicago Actuarial in some senses can be considered a nursery school where future actuaries are taught to flaunt their defiance of the rules. They graduate to leadership positions within the actuarial profession (e.g. the ABCD and the Academy) where they continue to flaunt their defiance of the rules. Hence, the circumstances leading to the lawsuit of Timothy W. Sharpe. In more ways that one.
You are making a lot of assumptions. And I suspect that some of them are unwarranted. JMO, of course.
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Most older employees have pensions, and older people tend to be more politically active.
how old is "older"? most older employees have pensions? this info really surprises me. i did not think that was the case
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Of the people who have DB pensions, they tend to be old.

Or public employees.

Currently.

https://www.ebri.org/pdf/publication...s/0607fact.pdf

It's a bit old, but it's not like DB pensions have picked up since 2005.
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Most of the readers of this thread probably unaccustomed to the creation of lesson plans. Here is an example for the ASS program of the Chicago Actuarial Association's nursery school ... Day 1 ... Learning Objective: Five-finger salute ... Day 2 ... Learning Objective: place thumbs in ears, wiggle fingers and stick out your tongue ...
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Of the people who have DB pensions, they tend to be old.

Or public employees.

Currently.

https://www.ebri.org/pdf/publication...s/0607fact.pdf

It's a bit old, but it's not like DB pensions have picked up since 2005.
yes, but does this mean that most older employees have pensions? i'm a near 60 yo employee, and i know few if any non-gummit employees in my age group covered by a pension plan. sure, anecdote = anecdote + 1 ...
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yes, but does this mean that most older employees have pensions? i'm a near 60 yo employee, and i know few if any non-gummit employees in my age group covered by a pension plan. sure, anecdote = anecdote + 1 ...
I'll let PP explain what she means.

What I mean is that most of the people (in the U.S.) with DB pensions are old. No, that's not the same thing.
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TL;DR for the lazy? what changed?
What happens in Chicago doesn't stay in Chicago.
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Prior to the complaint against you filed by TGS, had you filed a complaint against TGS?
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Conflicts of interest abound.

Taking the amended complaint at face value, surely it is not hard for an actuary to recuse themselves from a panel where the perception of a conflict of interest exists because that is the right thing to do in such cases involving disciplinary matters and reputations.
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