The Institute of Actuaries of Japan (IAJ) was founded in 1899. During its history of more than 100 years, the IAJ has strived to contribute to the sound development of the financial industry in Japan and thus to the public interest. Currently there are more nearly 5,000 active members who work in many different professional fields.

The IAJ engages in a broad range of activities, including research and the advancement of actuarial science, the education of actuaries, management of our qualifying examination system, and facilitation of professional and cultural exchanges among Asian and other overseas actuarial organizations.