Actuarial Consultant

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Actuarial Consultant

A professional who assists an individual in making financial decisions, especially involving insurance or pensions. The actuarial consultant uses statistical models to assess the client's risk and gives advice based upon that information. Unlike actuaries who work for insurance companies, actuarial consultants have a fiduciary responsibility to work in the best interests of the person seeking to buy insurance or participate in a pension.
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