Institute of Actuaries of France

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The Institute of Actuaries (French: Institut des Actuaires) is the association of actuaries in France. The Institute was created in 2001 by a merger of the Institute of Actuaries of France and the French Federation of Actuaries.[1] The Institute is a full member of the International Actuarial Association and the Groupe Consultatif. As of 2012, it has about 3 000 full members. Current president of the Institute is Thomas Behar.


  1. ^ Sibley, Angus: Nos collègues français, The Actuary, November 2006, p. 34-35

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