Below you can read exactly what an actuarial organisation does. And what you can find in the register. Finally, we will explain how you can search the register.
One of the activities of an actuarial organisation – or actuary – is to audit and authenticate reports that a pension fund must submit to DNB. Under the law, a certifying actuary must be independent of the pension fund.
If an actuarial organisation carries out both the certification and other activities for a pension fund, it must draw up a code of conduct on the independence of the certifying actuary. This code of conduct must be approved by DNB. The register lists all actuarial organisations that have such a code of conduct.
Before entering a name, you may wish to select a financial service from the “Financial service” dropdown list. Then enter a name or part thereof in the “Statutory name / trade name” search field and click on Search. If you are unsure about the correct spelling of a firm’s name, use an asterisk (*) for part of the name. If you leave the search field empty, your search will produce the full list. If you then click on a search result, you will see the details for that firm.
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