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Sentences Containing 'actuarial'

While studying engineering at the University of Sydney, he diverged into actuarial studies and then joined the NSW Superannuation Fund.
1961: Group annuity actuarial and administration departments are created.
At University High School, Melbourne he studied actuarial science, which skills he later used in his bookmaking business.
In 1776 the Society carried out the first actuarial valuation of liabilities and subsequently distributed the first reversionary bonus (1781) and interim bonus (1809) among its members.
Time-limited unemployment benefit was based on actuarial principles and it was planned that it would be funded by a fixed amount each from workers, employers, and taxpayers.
Botha earned a BSc in Actuarial Science, Economics, and Statistics from the University of Cape Town, graduating in 1996 with the highest GPA in the history of the program.

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