The Actuarial Society of Kenya was founded in 1993, and officially launched in 2005. Our vision is “To position the Actuarial Profession in Kenya and the region as the leading profession in the areas of modeling and management of financial risks and contingent events”.
We are pleased to announce that we have an upcoming webinar on 10 May 2021. The Webinar deliberation will be on the theme: Navigating IFRS 17 Challenges.
From sharing our resources, to advising governments and institutions on matters of risk and insurance, actuaries remain the best reliable hope and chattels of research, information, and analysis.
Courtesy of TASK’s IFRS Working Party, the webinar shall take place at 1200hrs to 1330hrs and we would be honoured if you joined us.Find out more »
Mark your calendars for 11th March, and join us online for a Public discussion on the NHIF Amendment Bill, 2021.
This platform is specifically designed for and open to actuaries, employers, and stakeholders in the health and insurance sectors in Kenya.Find out more »
The Actuarial Profession
An Actuary is a business professional who deals with the measurement and management of risk. Actuaries provide assessments of financial security systems, with a focus on their complexity, their mathematics, and their mechanisms. In summary, an Actuary is uniquely skilled to advise on the economic impacts of risks and uncertainty.