Institute and Faculty of Actuaries



We are the UK’s professional body dedicated to educating, developing and regulating actuaries around the world.

What is an actuary?

An actuary is someone who works within the business and financial sector.  They use their great mathematics, statistical, probability, modelling, numerical and problem solving skills to model and predict the risk before business decisions are made.

Why might this career be for you?

If you love maths and think a career involving maths might be for you then we offer a range of qualifications that may suit your career aspirations.

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