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Blog: Actuarial and risk management for non-life insurers

Take control of your DB transfer strategy

Did you know that one of the most significant trends emerging for employers who sponsor a DB pension scheme, was the rise in transfer values paid out to scheme members who have yet to draw their pension?

Are transfer values cost effective for companies?

Our latest blog discusses and comments on defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) transfer values, including analysis of ACA survey results.

It’s disclosure Jim, but not as we know it

The majority of insurers will soon be publishing their first Solvency and Financial Condition Report (SFCR). We take a look at the SFCR’s published by firms with non-December year-ends and highlight lessons to be learnt.

A practical approach to meeting ORSA feedback suggestions for insurers

In our latest blog Jagdeep Singh Lall suggests practical approaches to meeting the feedback suggestions which category 5 insurers should consider when next reviewing their ORSA.

2016: Year of the Why?

Scott Eason looks back on another Solvency II driven year and wonders if 2017 will be different.

#StrongerTogether - actuaries and data scientists

'Stronger together' is how I see actuaries and data scientists working together in harmony – it is not about Brexit or America’s presidential campaign!

Larger with-profits funds generate greater ROI than their smaller rivals

Our annual report on with-profits investment performance and strategy contains information on one-year returns over 2015 and trends in asset allocations. This blog focusses on the three-year performance figures to best judge funds on their performance.

Driverless cars - the death of the motor insurance industry?

Cherry Chan examines the potential that driverless technology has to be revolutionary in her latest blog. But to what extent will traditional motor insurance change, and how will regulation need to evolve to meet the new demands?

The IoT, dogs and the toughest market conditions for a generation

Telematics has been a hot topic in the motor insurance industry for a number of years, but innovative insurers are now using it in other areas such as pet and home insurance. Read more in Cherry Chan's latest blog.

Budget 2016: a mixed bag for the insurance industry

On 16 March 2016 Chancellor George Osborne delivered his 2016 Budget. The announcements provided a mixed bag of news for the insurance sector, summarised in this blog.

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