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The Actuarial Exam IFM (Investment and Financial Markets) is often one of the final obstacles students must overcome to become an actuary, but it's not easy. Not only does it assume that test-takers have already passed Actuary Exam P, VEE Accounting and Corporate Finance, and Actuary Exam FM, it also demands a thorough understanding of the theoretical basis of corporate finance and financial models and how they are applied to insurance and other financial risks. Worst of all, it's a relatively new test that replaced the Actuarial Exam MFE, limiting the number of past exams available to study. If you could use assistance in preparing for the Actuarial Exam IFM, Varsity Tutors can help you find a knowledgeable tutor who suits your scheduling needs.
The Actuarial Exam IFM is administered on a computer and consists of 30 multiple-choice questions over three hours. Sections include Mean-Variance Portfolio Theory (10-15%), Asset Pricing Models (5-10%), Market Efficiency and Behavioral Finance (5-10%), Investment Risk and Project Analysis (10-15%), Capital Structure (10%), Introductory Derivatives - Forwards and Futures (5-10%), General Properties of Options (10-15%), Binomial Pricing Models (10%), Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model (10-15%), and Option Greeks and Risk Management (5-10%).