We carry out many reserved actuarial roles, including Actuarial Function Holder, Appropriate Actuary, With-Profits Actuary, Reviewing Actuary and Signing Actuary.
We also offer a full range of actuarial advice in areas such as reserving, capital management, Solvency II implementation, pricing, M&A and with-profits.
Our clients are typically small to medium sized insurers who appreciate our full service and commitment to working in partnership. However, we have also supported large FTSE100 companies.
More than half of UK life insurance companies (59%) will spend more on actuarial consultants in the next year. However, inherent weaknesses in the procurement process presents obstacles to achieving better outcomes and value for money.
On 14 November 2018, the IASB announced a deferment of the IFRS17 implementation date by a year, with some still calling for a two year delay.
With-profits funds offered by UK insurers have had a poor reputation since the near-collapse of Equitable Life, with many depicted as “zombie” funds producing poor investment returns. But, this just isn’t the case for the majority of funds.
Will recently proposed regulatory changes in respect of equity release mortgages affect the solvency of insurers?
The House of Commons Treasury Committee published its report on “The Solvency II Directive and its impact on the UK Insurance Industry” on 25 October 2017. So, what did it find? Our briefing note explores.
We look back over the now almost-forgotten spring and the long-hot summer (if only!) to highlight main points from some of the key regulatory publications over the last six months.
Currently most models are run in Microsoft Excel with data being sent back to a relational database such as a SQL server. We will discuss the latest thinking around the underlying data model, with a particular focus on adopting noSQL databases.
Barnett Waddingham and SolvencyIISolutions present SIIMPLIFY (Pillar 1 standard formula Solvency Capital Requirement tool) and Tabular (Pillar 3 reporting tool).
Pressure is mounting on the life insurance market to become more efficient and offer value to shareholders and customers. As a result, life insurance companies are turning to third-party actuarial consultants. How can this process be improved?
Our fifth annual UK with-profits investment survey shows that average performance over the past five years has exceeded benchmark returns. Our research helps insurers understand the drivers of performance.
We are thrilled to announce that our very own Amit Lad has scooped first prize at this years ‘Stars of the Future’ hosted by the Actuarial Post.
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.
David Hughes and Jody Glennie join our Insurance Consulting team as we look to grow our insurance consulting business.