The Society of Actuaries in Ireland is the professional body that develops, maintains and enforces standards for the actuarial profession in Ireland. Through its Code of Professional Conduct, and its processes for ensuring members' compliance with the Code, the Society fosters the highest standards of professional practice, ethics and conduct.
The Society also issues Actuarial Standards of Practice (ASPs) on specific areas of practice. The ASPs are classified as either Mandatory or Recommended Practice.
A Disciplinary Scheme is in place in order to enforce the Society's professional requirements.
In this section:
- Actuarial Standards of Practice
- Section 34 Prescribed Guidance MVA Factors from May 2014
- ASP Pen-2 MVA Factors from August 2005
- ASP Pen-2 MVA Factors from Dec 2000 - July 2005
- ASPs LA-8, PEN-12 and PRSA-2 Table of financial assumptions
- Frequently Asked Questions: Actuarial Standards of Practice
- Withdrawn ASPs
- Professional Requirements: A Guide
- Code of Professional Conduct (formerly: Professional Conduct Standards)
- Continuing Professional Development
- Disciplinary Scheme
- Practising Certificates