New England Actuarial Seminars is your solution to studying for your Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) exams. Candidates seeking to attain membership with the CAS, CIA, and/or SOA are required to complete the VEE requirements for economics, corporate finance, and applied statistics. This is in addition to passing exams and other membership requirements. Most candidates can receive VEE credit by showing that they have successfully completed (grade of B- or better) VEE-approved university or college courses. Actuaries work in life insurance, retirement systems, health benefit systems, financial and investment management and other emerging areas of practice. The majority of actuaries work within the insurance industry, although a growing number of actuaries work in other fields. Actuaries are an important part of the management team of the companies that employ them. Their work requires a combination of strong analytical skills, business knowledge and understanding of human behavior to design and manage programs that control risk.
REGISTRATION for our next session starts on June 3.
For information on timing and dates for candidates seeking to earn an ASA or CERA: https://www.soa.org/Education/General-Info/timing-deadlines-2018-asa-cera-transition.aspx
Click here for the VEE 2019 Schedule updated 5/30/2019
The Summer 2019 exams are the week of July 29 as follows:
If your exam falls on a date of a holiday in your country then please notify us and we will allow you to take the exam on a different date
- Monday, July 29 – Microeconomics
- Tuesday,July 30 – Mathematical Statistics
- Wednesday, July 31- Corp Finance
- Thursday, August 1 – Macroeconomics
- Friday, August 2 – Financial Accounting
Exam times are based on 11 a.m. Eastern. If you reside outside the continental US and Canada, please begin the exam at the start of your business day.
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This is where you will find the readings and homework information for all the 5 VEE courses You are welcome to study and use the course material on our forums before registering. Postings on the forums will be held for approval before they are made public. This is because we have had problems with spam and inappropriate postings.
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To contact us via telephone or fax, please use these numbers: Telephone: (781) 784-0170 Facsimile: (781) 784-8209