|Call Number: Mss
Title: Canadian Institute of Actuaries fonds.
Extent: 0.63 m of textual records.
Administrative history: The Canadian Institute
of Actuaries is the national organization of the actuarial profession
in Canada. It was established by an Act of the federal parliament
on March 18, 1965. The original organization of actuaries in Canada,
the Actuaries Club, was founded in 1907 with 24 charter members,
all actuaries living and working in Toronto. The Canadian Association
of Actuaries was established October 8, 1946 and included all members
of the Actuaries Clubs of Toronto and Winnipeg as well as a group
of Montreal actuaries. This was the organization that formed the
membership basis of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries in 1965.
Since its formation, the Canadian Institute has grown steadily to
its present size of about two thousand, five hundred member Fellows.
Custodial history: The fonds was donated to University
of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections by Professor Ernie
Vogt in 1986.
Scope and content: The fonds consists of a collection
of reports of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and its predecessor
organization, the Canadian Association of Actuaries, dating from
1952 to 1975.
Source of supplied title: Title based on contents
Restrictions: There are no restrictions on access
to this material.
Accruals: No further accruals to this fonds are
Finding aid: A finding aid for this fonds does
not currently exist.