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Webinar - SQL or noSQL: data modelling for technical pricing in the London Insurance Market

11.00 - 12.00 | Webinar

2016 is proving to be the year London Market Insurers concentrate on improving their technical pricing frameworks. Currently most models are run in Microsoft Excel with data being sent back to a relational database such as a SQL server.

During this webinar we will discuss the latest thinking around the underlying data model, with a particular focus on adopting noSQL databases. We outline a typical pricing framework and the limitations of the most popular type of data model as well as providing an overview of noSQL databases, their individual merits and how best to apply them to solving the data model problem.

This webinar will be of interest to pricing actuaries, technology officers of insurers and underwriters involved in developing technical pricing frameworks.


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About your host

Scott Eason

Partner and Head of Insurance Consulting

Scott is Head of Insurance Consulting, responsible for managing the life and non-life consulting teams which offer high quality, great value advice and support to insurance companies in our core areas of actuarial, risk management and investment advice.

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