This form may take you 15 minutes to complete.

You should have with you the following information in order to complete the application form.

  1. The names and email addresses of a Proposer and Seconder (who are members of the SAS in Good Standing).
  2. Our membership processing time is within 4-6 weeks. If you are requesting to be assessed under the Special Fellowship route, the processing time may take up to 8 weeks.
  3. Supporting documents for uploading:
    • For Fellow and Associate applicants: Certificate from Parent Association (i.e. the certificate from your Parent Association showing your membership class)
    • For Ordinary applicants: Examination, Exemption slip or other documentation from your Parent Association (if applicable) 
    • For Student applicants: Student status letter indicating your expected graduation year from your educational institute or body

The SAS recognises the other following actuarial associations principally for the purposes of admission into the Society:

Cat 1 & Cat 2

For the full definition and details on the membership classes and admittance to the SAS, please refer to the SAS Constitution here.

Personal information

Gender
Are you residing in Singapore?
Are you Singapore-resident for tax purposes?
Do you claim or are you entitled to claim entrance / subscription fees as a deduction in your tax return?

Check your SAS membership class eligibility

Please note that the following questions in this section are to determine your appropriate SAS membership class.
I am a Fellow of the Category 1 Actuarial Associations
Category 1 Actuarial Associations belong to one of the 5 Recognised Actuarial Associations (AIAust, CIA, CAS, IFoA & SOA)
Which Actuarial Association?
I obtained my Fellowship in my parent association by mutual recognition
I am a Fellow of a Category 2 Actuarial Association
Category 2 Actuarial Associations are all Full Member Associations of the International Actuarial Association that are not Category 1 Actuarial Associations
Please indicate your actuarial association name, as according to the listing here (IAA Full Members directory)
I want to apply for Special Fellowship
I am an Associate of the Category 1 Actuarial Associations
Category 1 Actuarial Associations belong to one of the 5 Recognised Actuarial Associations (AIAust, CIA, CAS, IFoA & SOA)
Which Actuarial Association?
I obtained my Associateship in my parent association by mutual recognition
For Full Member Associations of the International Actuarial Association, please refer to the listing here (IAA Full Members directory)
I passed, I have been exempted or I am studying towards at least one Recognised Actuarial Association exam
Category 1 Actuarial Associations belong to one of the 5 Recognised Actuarial Associations (AIAust, CIA, CAS, IFoA & SOA)
I am a Full-Time Undergraduate or Graduate Student

Status message

You are eligible to apply for Fellow membership class in the SAS. 
The registration fee payable is $360.

Status message

In order to be admitted as a Fellow, you must be assessed by the Council as possessing the appropriate professional actuarial qualifications,
practical experience and other criteria. You are required to provide further information below under the Special Fellowship section.

 

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You are eligible to apply for Associate membership class in the SAS. 
The registration fee payable is $210.

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You are eligible to apply for Ordinary membership class in the SAS. 
The registration fee payable is $130

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You are eligible to apply for Student membership class in the SAS. 
The registration fee payable is $30.

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You may be eligible to apply for Affliate membership class in the SAS. 
The registration fee payable is $130.

Employer information

Type of Employer
Practice Area
Do you manage/supervise other SAS members?
Country of Occupation

Educational information

University

Special Fellowship

The following criteria have been adopted for the consideration of applications for Fellowship:
  1. The applicant shall have been qualified, for at least 5 years, at the highest level of credentialling (“Fellow”) of an actuarial body that is a Full Member of the International Actuarial Association (IAA). Also, it is expected that the applicant has significant working experience, as outlined below.
  2. The applicant shall have obtained such Fellowship by examination and such other methods as required by the Home Association, rather than by mutual recognition or such other exemption-based arrangement.
  3. The applicant shall be a member in good standing of the Home Association and any other actuarial associations that they belong to, and not be the subject of any disciplinary investigations or procedures, nor have had any restrictions placed upon their ability to practice as a result of any such investigation.
  4. The applicant is able to demonstrate that admission as an SAS Fellow would be beneficial to the Society, and in particular he/she would uphold the Society’s standards by virtue of the following achievements:
    1. Having completed a rigorous study programme of actuarial theory and practice to achieve Fellowship
    2. Demonstrating significant actuarial experience through the holding of actuarial positions of responsibility (typically management positions) in a working environment
    3. Appreciating the role of professionals in society, and the obligation to act on behalf of stakeholders which at times may be contrary to the interests of the employer.
      These achievements can be demonstrated by a combination of the following:
    4. Comparison of actuarial syllabus studied with those of other actuarial bodies in place at the time
    5. Detailed curriculum vitae including description of responsibilities of key positions held
    6. Being known to other senior actuaries working in Singapore and/or to members of the Council of the SAS e.g. via presenting at SAS conferences or afternoon forums
    7. References from former actuarial colleagues and/or other professionals.
    8. Copies of published material or presentations delivered.
  5. The applicant shall have a demonstrable interest in actuarial practice in Singapore. This could be demonstrated by a number of years of actively contributing to SAS’s committees or working parties, being on Council, or publishing/presenting actuarial papers relevant to Singapore, so that a wider range of individuals would be able to attest to the individual’s competences/skills.
  6. This applicant will need to demonstrate the above to the satisfaction of two experienced SAS Fellows of Good Standing of their own choice (more credible if from different organisations), who will then be asked to provide an attestation.

Please provide your proposer and seconder information

For all classes except Student application, must be proposed and seconded by two Fellow, Associate, Ordinary or Retired Members in Good Standing
 
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By submitting this form, I declare that:

  • I have not been knowingly involved (other than as a victim) in any other matter which might bring the Society into disrepute
  • I have read the SAS Personal Data Privacy Policy here and accept the Policy
  • I agree to the SAS membership class that I'm eligible for, based on the responses provided in this form (if not, please highlight to membership@actuaries.org.sg and explain why.)
  • I understand that to continue as a member of the Society, I am expected to be in Good Standing (as defined in the constitution here)
  • All the statements given are true and complete