Maybe this is not the kind of question for this website, but nevertheless I believe it could be interesting for a large audience.

I am interested to know if there is some book where the subject of actuarial mathematics is treated in a rigorous "mathematical" way, somehow suitable for graduate math students or experienced mathematicians who are interested in this subject for research reasons.

Since I am new in this field, I am interested in a kind of reference where the subject is treated from the basics to advanced topics (of course with a backgroud in probability theory or stochastic process given for granted).

Thank you