|First issue||May 1989|
|Company||American Academy of Actuaries|
Contingencies (ISSN 1048-9851) is the bimonthly magazine of the American Academy of Actuaries, providing a large and diverse readership with general interest and technical articles on a wide range of issues related to the actuarial profession. Contingencies is mailed to members of the Academy and targeted individuals such as legislators and their staffs, regulators, business executives, and related organizations.
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