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Barnett Waddingham
0333 11 11 222

Death by actuarial reports

11.00 - 11.45

There is no getting away from it - actuarial reports are a fact of life and are here to stay.

Important and material information can easily get lost in long technical and “boring” reports. This makes it difficult for report users such as committees and boards to identify the key issues, and increases the risk of suboptimal decision-making.

It is unlikely that any actuarial report will ever win the Man Booker prize, however, there are many things you can do to make the writing process easier and make the report less dreaded by its users.

This webinar will cover how to improve the writing process of reports and make long, technical and “boring” reports a thing of the past.

Join our webinar (45 mins)

Death by actuarial reports

About your hosts

Kim Durniat

Partner and Head of Life Consulting

Head of Life Consulting, Kim is responsible for managing the Life team, ensuring high quality, great value advice that meets client’s needs and developing our service offerings to the Life insurance sector.

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Amit Lad


Amit is a consultant actuary within the Insurance Consulting team, providing advice and support to life insurance clients with their actuarial and risk management needs.

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What viewers have to say about our webinars

“Very useful. Pitched at the right level.”

“A much more informative webinar than any I've seen so far.”

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