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ACCA or Actuary
09-09-2004, 09:30 PM
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ACCA or Actuary
Hey Guys,
I am currently doing ACCA in UK, I've completed my certificate stage, just 6 more papers and InshAllah I will be done with it. I always wanted to do ICAEW, though i haven't applied to any firm yet, but from the looks of it, it seems that it would be very difficult to get articles from a good firm (well u can say any firm). Though nothing is impossible, but it sometimes is better to rather not "lie to your ownself".

I was reading about actuary on these forums, and was at their website to get some more information about it. Since I am in UK, I need some information on how can I register my self with the Yorkshire Actuary Society, since I am in Leeds right now.

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Ali
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09-09-2004, 10:12 PM
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I was reading about actuary on these forums, and was at their website to get some more information about it. Since I am in UK, I need some information on how can I register my self with the Yorkshire Actuary Society, since I am in Leeds right now.

Regards
Ali
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Ali, welcome to the forum. Why don’t you email the YAS President? His contact details are on Institute of Actuaries website under Actuarial Societies. I'm sure he would be able to advise you further on this.
Another society to join to get the feel for the profession would be Staple Inn Actuarial Society. I am not going to promote this society but I think it would give a beginner a good feel for Profession through their supplementary The Actuary magazine. I think their contribution for certain category students is about £6 per annum. Again their contact details would be on Institute of Actuaries website.
Goof Luck


The link for contact details is,

http//www.actuaries.org.uk/Display_Page.cgi?url=/cpd/local_societies.xml#16
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