We work with non-life insurers across the industry, ranging from the niche captives to some of the largest London Market insurers. We listen and tailor our approach to suit the size of our clients and to ensure our solutions are suitable for their risks and issues they face.
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?
Our latest blog discusses and comments on defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) transfer values, including analysis of ACA survey results.
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.
In case you missed anything amid the rush to prepare for and get stuck into year-end reporting, this newsletter highlights the main points from some of the key regulatory publications between the period 1 October 2016 to 28 February 2016.
Keeping abreast of the latest regulatory developments can be challenging at the best of times. Our newsletter is here to help, drawing out the main points from some of the key regulatory publications over the period 01 July 2016 to 30 September 2016.
It may feel like there’s plenty of time before the Solvency and SFCR and RSR submission deadlines, but the scattered nature of the regulation and the high volume of information required make the task of preparing the reports far from trivial.
We were appointed to advise a client with ~£400m of assets in 2015 and this case study sets out how we worked with the trustees and employer to ultimately reduce risk and increase expected returns while working towards an agreed objective.
We provide a regular funding and investment monitoring service to the trustees of a £40m scheme. We were asked to review the funding and investment strategies of the scheme, in particular with a view of reducing the risk of the deficit increasing further.
A client was looking to develop a financial management plan for the scheme, targeting a fully de-risked and liability matched investment strategy and moving on to buy-out. The plan aimed to strike a balance between reducing risk and business needs.
Nasir Shah joins Barnett Waddingham as an associate and consulting actuary, and will be supporting a range of general insurance companies across a variety of areas.
We are very pleased to welcome Jagdeep Lall to our growing general insurance team. Jagdeep joins us as a general insurance consultant and will be advising clients of all sizes on a range of actuarial issues, including the Solvency II regime.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of David Gulland and Tom Cannings to join our life insurance consulting team, as the firm continues to grow the breadth of life services we offer to insurance companies.