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|Membership Category||Subscription 2018/2019|
|Fellow (Full Regulation)||£730.00|
|Fellow (Partial Regulation)||£365.00|
|Associate (Full Regulation)||£485.00|
|Associate (Partial Regulation)||£241.00|
|Certified Actuarial Analyst||£250.00|
|Student Actuarial Analyst||£170.00|
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