Translation of actuary in Spanish:

actuary

actuario de seguros, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæk(t)ʃəˌwɛri//ˈaktʃʊ(ə)ri/

nounPlural actuaries

  • 1

    actuario de seguros masculine
    actuaria de seguros feminine
    • In determining the actuarial surplus in a pension fund, actuaries make key assumptions.
    • The company said that its actuaries calculate their subscription rates on the likely claims made in the year, and on the overall climate of litigation within that speciality.
    • To compute the costs of health and life insurance, actuaries take into account many factors known to predict disease and death.
    • Hubbard believes in training managers to measure risk the way actuaries do.
    • The assured is then paid the surrender value of the policy, which is calculated by an actuary on the basis of the amounts paid to date.
    • In a city teeming with bankers, actuaries, brokers and insurance men, the manner in which you invest your savings is a subject of endless fascination.
    • I am a pension actuary with 27 years' experience working with traditional defined-benefit pension plans.
    • The result was that actuaries said pension funds had more money than they needed.
    • He was an actuary in the Skandia Insurance Company from 1904 to 1907.
    • Without his job as an insurance actuary the 66-year-old Schmidt has no identity.
    • We also provide modeling support to the actuaries working on customized insurance products for insurers or large corporations.
    • Nicholson questioned insurance actuaries about their profession.
    • A responsible actuary and pension fund trustees would never have allowed this to happen.
    • What do actuaries at life insurance companies have to tell us?
    • Each year a report is produced by the trustees of your pension scheme and every three years there is a valuation by actuaries, who analyse financial risk.
    • Life expectancy is a term used by actuaries, people who calculate statistics and probability for insurance use.
    • As well as teaching at the University of Copenhagen, he was the chief actuary for an insurance company.
    • But it's a rule of thumb that has been bandied about by actuaries and financial advisers for a long time and, if you do the sums, as a general idea, it works.
    • No two actuaries would ever calculate the same transfer value, which is why you need someone to ensure you are not losing out.
    • With a retirement income fund, actuaries would calculate how much must stay in the fund to ensure the pensioner would never need to fall back on the state.