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As a European, I just learned about these exams that everyone here is now talking about.

After a career switch, I work now as a Risk/Pricing analyst in a European P&C insurance company. Since I’m still relatively new to this particular business - although with 15 years working experience - I ask myself if there is any added value in taking these exams in this stage of my career/life.

At what age do people tend to take these exams? Would it be beneficial for me to go down this path, taking into account my current position, age (42) and location (EU)?

My goal is to grow within my current job, taking on more responsibilities and perform analyses with more impact, ideally on international level.

Many thanks for your responses!
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I think in Europe the way to become a qualified actuary is to do a post graduate degree and then a country specific programme or sth, which takes far less time compared to the exam systems in the US and UK. So I would do that after checking with the actuarial society of my country.
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