What does a Pension Actuary DO Anyway?

A Pension Actuary is a professional who advises clients on which procedures, processes, policies, and plans they should consider when making financial, benefits or pension-related decisions. 

Which really means, an actuary manages risk. With numbers and equations, they evaluate the likelihood of future events and communicate the impact of these events to the client. An actuary gets to work with employers and employees building retirement plans that are affordable for the employer and good for the employee.

Being an actuary takes a combination of strong analytical skills, business knowledge, and a strong understanding of human behavior to manage today’s complex risks facing our society. The employees at Mondelis work hard to understand and accommodate their clients’  needs.

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