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We leverage our clients’ core competencies by extending their in-house modelling team capabilities and by empowering technology teams.

Quantifying risk has always been the central and most differentiating competency of an insurer. Numerical modelling – once confined to premium and liability calculations – now actively informs regulatory capital modelling, reporting and asset allocation strategies. This has resulted in an increasingly complex and interconnected environment, with consistent data and centralised decision making at the heart of it.

We offer a valuable tool-kit for managing this challenge. We leverage our clients’ core competencies by extending their in-house modelling team capabilities and by empowering technology teams.

Our vision for insurance is technology that enables actuaries and is built upon an enterprise-wide, regulatory-compliant infrastructure.

Our areas of expertise include:

  • Liability model re-engineering and replication.
  • Asset / liability integration and optimisation.
  • Solvency II, CCAR implementation and industrialisation.
“ Our teams invest considerable amounts of time and resources in order to thoroughly understand our clients’ needs – so that we can tailor our engagements to deliver the highest quality, with the lowest management overhead, on time. ” Chris Jackson Managing Director, Americas
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Insights Fact 20m

Digital banks are growing fast – at 5% per week passing 500,000 users in 2017. In a market where 20 million people are using apps to access financial services, the organisations with low agility will quickly become marginalised.

Insights Fact 80%

Since 2015, the pace of new regulation has finally slowed and we are now seeing a net Opex reduction. While this is great, there is undoubtedly still a high level of waste across the sector – particularly within ‘full coverage’ organisations where it has been estimated that over 80% of internal functions are duplicated.

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