 Outline of actuarial science

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to actuarial science:
Actuarial science – discipline that applies mathematical and statistical methods to assess risk in the insurance and finance industries.
Contents
Essence of actuarial science
 Main article: Actuarial science
Fields in which actuarial science is applied
 Financial mathematics
 Insurance, especially:
History of actuarial science
 Main article: History of actuarial science
General actuarial science concepts
Insurance
Life Insurance
 Net premium valuation
 Gross premium valuation
 Embedded value
 European Embedded Value
 Stochastic modelling
 Asset liability modelling
Nonlife Insurance
 Property insurance
 Casualty insurance
 Vehicle insurance
 Ruin theory
 Stochastic modelling
 Risk and capital management in nonlife insurance
Reinsurance
Main article: Reinsurance Reinsurer
 Financial reinsurance
Investments & Asset Management
 Dividend yield
 PE ratio
 Bond valuation
 Yield to maturity
 Cost of capital
 Net asset value
 Derivatives
Mathematics of Finance
Main article: Financial mathematics Interest
 Time value of money
 Discounting
 Present value
 Future value
 Net present value
 Internal rate of return
 Yield curve
 Yield to maturity
 Effective annual rate (EAR)
 Annual percentage rate (APR)
Mortality
Pensions
Main article: Pensions Stochastic modelling
Other
Persons influential in the field of actuarial science
Main article: List of actuariesSee also
 List of finance topics
 Index of accounting topics
 List of economics topics
References
External links
 Additional Actuarial Topics
 Actuarial Science Study Forum
 Actuarial Wiki
 Google Map of Actuarial Science Universities in the US
 SOA  Society Of Actuaries
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