## Biography

Kirk Peter is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries who worked for 17 years as an actuary at CUNA Mutual Group in Madison prior to his current position as lecturer at UW-Madison

## Teaching

### Undergraduate Courses

**Actuarial Mathematics I** (ACT 650), Fall 2008.

Advanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for annuities and insurances based on a single life; applications of the mortality table to population problems.

**Actuarial Mathematics I** (ACT 650), Fall 2009.

Advanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for annuities and insurances based on a single life; applications of the mortality table to population problems.

**Actuarial Mathematics I** (ACT 650), Fall 2010.

Advanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for annuities and insurances based on a single life; applications of the mortality table to population problems.

**Actuarial Mathematics I** (ACT 650), Fall 2010.

Advanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for annuities and insurances based on a single life; applications of the mortality table to population problems.

**Actuarial Mathematics I** (ACT 650), Fall 2011.

Advanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for insurance and annuities based on a single life.

**Contemporary Topics** (RMI 365), Fall 2010.

**Theory-Interst & Life Insur** (ACT 303), Fall 2006.

**Theory-Interst & Life Insur** (ACT 303), Fall 2009.

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.

**Theory-Interst & Life Insur** (ACT 303), Fall 2010.

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.

**Theory-Interst & Life Insur** (ACT 303), Spring 2010.

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.

**Theory-Interst & Life Insur** (ACT 303), Spring 2009.

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.

**Theory of Interest and Life Insurance** (ACT 303), Spring 2016. Download Syllabus

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables,life annuities,single an

**Theory of Interest and Life Insurance** (ACT 303), Spring 2016. Download Syllabus

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables,life annuities,single an

**Theory-Interst & Life Insur** (ACT 303), Fall 2008.

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.

**Theory of Interest and Life Insurance** (ACT 303), Spring 2007.

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.

**Theory of Interest and Life Insurance** (ACT 303), Fall 2007.

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.

**Theory of Interest and Life In** (ACT 303), Fall 2011.

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single an

**Theory-Interst & Life Insur** (ACT 303), Spring 2008.

Application of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.

**Actuarial Science Methods II** (ACT 301), Spring 2008.

Develop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.

**Actuarial Science Methods II** (ACT 301), Fall 2007.

Develop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.

**Actuarial Science Methods II** (ACT 301), Fall 2009.

Develop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.

**Actuarial Science Methods II** (ACT 301), Fall 2010.

Develop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.

**Actuarial Science Methods II** (ACT 301), Spring 2010.

Develop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.

**Actuarial Science Methods II** (ACT 301), Fall 2008.

**Actuarial Science Methods** (ACT 300), Spring 2007.

Develop a knowledge of fundamental mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing risk. Emphasize the applications of these tools to problems encountered in actuarial science.