Stephen Alpert has begun his term as president of the American Academy of Actuaries. He succeeds 2016–2017 president Bob Beuerlein.

Alpert was appointed to the post during a ceremony at the Academy's 2017 Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday.

Alpert's speech outlined his goal for the next year of his one-year term as "increasing the public's perception of the actuarial profession as a vital, necessary, and valuable part of the social fabric."

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