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January 17, 2005

Dutch actuaries want opinions made public

Actuaries’ opinions on the financial health of pension funds and insurance companies should be made available to policyholders and pension participants, the Dutch Actuarial Association has said.

The association is also pleading for a ban on company actuaries certifying their own employers. And finally, Laurens Roodbol, board member of the association, proposes to set up a so-called ‘oversight board’, which is to serve as the profession’s watchdog.

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Posted by Tom Troceen