I enjoy working with my clients and advising on a range of actuarial matters. Having worked directly for (re)insurers previously, my clients value my broad experience covering reserving, pricing, mergers and acquisitions due diligence, Part VII transfers, IFRS17, portfolio analysis and management reporting.
I have led projects across personal lines, commercial lines and the Lloyd’s market and hold a Lloyd’s Syndicate Actuary practicing certificate.
I have a particular interest in increasing the value that actuaries bring to the business, including through portfolio analytics and improvements to the reserving process.
I am currently on the IFoA GI Research and Thought Leadership Committee, the London Market Actuaries’ Group (“LMAG”) Committee and the Towards the Optimal Reserving Process (“TORP”) Working Party. I am also passionate about diversity and inclusion and volunteer with a number of charities focusing on social mobility.
Every piece of communication we have received from the LCP team has been phenomenally clear. They provide firm recommendations and as a client I couldn't have asked for more.
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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.
LCP InsurSight is an analytics and automated trend identification tool for general insurance companies.
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.
The key to a successful Part VII transfer are careful planning and clear communication.
Our business-focused approach to validation can help you be confident that your insurance models are robust, and that you are meeting regulatory requirements.