Fall 2016 #22
Part (a) asks:
Describe the standards a person must meet in order to be a Qualified Actuary to provide a Statement of Actuarial Opinion (SAO) in the U.S.
In the examiner's report, it lists a common mistake as "Suggesting that the actuary have to be a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society".
Today, I was working through Spring 2019 #20, which asks:
Identify three errors or omissions in the IDENTIFICATION section above.
In the examiner's report, an accepted answer is "She needs to state she is a Fellow of Casualty Actuarial Society".
Did the requirements change between 2016 and 2019, or is this just an example of CAS exam inconsistency?