Our experience and expertise in the areas of data and analytics for insurers allows us to offer end-to-end consultancy services, from designing your data warehouse to undertaking data analytics projects using traditional actuarial skills to those using cutting edge machine learning techniques. We are experienced in working with insurers across the size and product range spectrum from medium sized mutual life insurers to some of the very largest listed Global commercial lines insurers.
In his latest blog, Michael Crawford explains why the use of data analytics to help drive strategies is one of the key differentiators which will help companies to survive.
'Stronger together' is how I see actuaries and data scientists working together in harmony – it is not about Brexit or America’s presidential campaign!
We are already seeing clear examples of using machine learning to the benefit of insurance companies and we believe this is just the tip of the iceberg. In our latest blog we highlight one of the ways data analytics has provided value to insurers.
There has been much debate as to the role and responsibilities of the Solvency II Actuary and how actuarial departments should be structured. In the Autumn of 2015, we carried out a survey to see how UK insurers have addressed the challenges.
The PRA has published a Solvency II Insurance Directors’ update letter for all Solvency II affected firms. With the implementation of Solvency less than two months away, reviewing applications for Solvency II approvals is the PRA’s main priority.
Who is your Chief Actuary when you outsource the Solvency II actuarial function? We explore why there has been confusion and reveal the answer.
We were proud to take this award home for the second consecutive year, after being recognised by an esteemed panel of industry experts for our innovative solutions in technology and forward-thinking approach to complex business challenges.
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.
Our With Profits Survey 2015, has found that almost 40% (17) of mutual insurers’ with-profits funds outperformed all of the largest proprietary firms’ with-profits fund returns in 2014.