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Charl Cronje

Charl Cronje
Partner

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I help insurers gain a competitive edge by better understanding and managing their risks and liabilities.

My clients include insurers and reinsurers, Lloyd's syndicates, public sector bodies, brokers and auditors.  I advise clients on reserving, capital, risk management, regulatory compliance, pricing, reinsurance and getting greater value from data.

I enjoy tackling new and unfamiliar problems, and finding better ways of solving the old ones.

Recent projects have included an internal model validation review for a large insurance group, independent reserve review for a leading UK motor insurer, Statements of Actuarial Opinion for a number of Lloyd's syndicates and projection of cash flow requirements for a large public sector body with insurance liabilities.

I'm proud of our team at LCP - real experts who can communicate well and are a pleasure to work with. We try to keep things simple: understanding our clients' problems and solving them reliably and effectively.

I am also one of LCP’s spokespeople - you can contact me directly on +44 (0)20 7432 6751.

Charl is always pragmatic, professional and has great communication skills.

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How I can help

We work with insurers to help them better understand and manage the risks they face and their capital requirements.

We help organisations to unlock business value from their Solvency II processes.

We can help you harness your data for competitive advantage, through powerful analytics and deep industry knowledge.

We provide an alternative, external view on the best estimate level of reserves for insurers and also help them understand the key drivers of variability around that best estimate.

We help our insurance clients to develop strong links between their strategy, capital management and risk management processes, improving their chances of business success.