Den Norske Aktuarforening is the Norwegian Society of Actuaries and a full member of the International Actuarial Association (IAA) and the Groupe Consultatif.
The 2012 board of the Norwegian Actuarial Society:
|Vice chairman||Magne Nilsenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Board secretary||Urmila Kisoenemail@example.com|
|Board member||Trine Ellingsen Rustadfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Board member||Dag Svegeemail@example.com|
From left: Trine E. Rustad, Urmila Kisoen, Dag Svege, Kari Mørk, Magne Nilsen
Committees and working groups of the Norwegian Actuarial Society
- Non-life insurance Committee
- Finance Committee
- Life Insurance/Pension Committee
- Education Committee
- Nomination Committee
- Communication Committee
- The Norwegian ASTIN-group (NAG)
- Accounting Committee
- Working Group Solvency II
Actuarial education in Norway:Den Norske Aktuarforening has established standards and routines in line with international actuarial standards to decide which applicants are qualified to be accepted as members of Den Norske Aktuarforening. The major part of the education in actuarial sciences is achieved by taking dedicated studies or courses at universities such as in Oslo and Bergen, which lead to a university certificate guaranteeing an adequate level of knowledge in all relevant areas. Supplementary to the university education, Den Norske Aktuarforening arranges courses for its experienced members on new themes and developments, as well as certain supplementary courses for new members to achieve international qualification.
Mission StatementThe objective of “Den Norske Aktuarforening» is to promote the actuarial profession and common interests of its members, by:
- Ensuring a high quality of the actuarial education and to maintain this by educating and training actuaries
- Ensuring that members of “Den Norske Aktuarforening” keep high ethical standards in the actuarial profession
- Submitting expert opinion on matters within the actuarial profession
- Acting as a liaison between members both professionally and socially, e.g. by arranging member meetings
- Cooperating with other actuarial associations worldwide.