Enrolled Actuary

Last updated: May 7, 2018

What Does Enrolled Actuary Mean?

An enrolled actuary is an insurance statistical and financial analyst who is licensed by the Joint Board of the Department of Treasury and the Department of Labor to perform their job in a professional capacity.


Insuranceopedia Explains Enrolled Actuary

Those who wish to become enrolled actuaries must apply to the Joint Boar. They must then pass an examination in order to qualify.

Professional misconduct can strip enrolled actuaries of their designation.


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