International Actuarial Association (IAA)
Association actuarielle internationale (AAI)
Asociación Internacional de Actuarios
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1895 Brussels Belgium
Founded 1895, Brussels (Belgium), as Permanent Committee of International Congresses of Actuaries – Comité permanent des congrès internationaux des actuaires. Present name adopted 1968.
Inform and influence global stakeholders; assure the reputation of the profession; advance the competency of the profession.
Events2026-11-08 | Tokyo, Japan – Tradition, diversity, innovation
2022-04-03 | Sydney, NSW Australia – Quadrennial Congress
2020-11-19 | Ottawa, ON Canada – Meeting
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Congress (every 4 years); Council; Executive Committee. Sections (7): 'Actuarial Approach for Financial Risks (AFIR)', 'Actuarial Studies in Non-Life Insurance (ASTIN)', C-XD0197 - International Association of Consulting Actuaries (IACA), 'IAA Health Section (IAAHS)', 'Pensions, Benefits and Social Security (PBSS)', 'Actuaries Without Borders (AWB)', 'IAA Life Section (IAALS)'; Statutory Committees (3); Other Committees (12).
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