I am a partner in LCP's Insurance Consulting practice.
With over 20 years’ consulting experience in a variety of fields covering insurance, risk modelling and pensions, my specialist areas include clinical negligence as well as advising Lloyd's life and non-life syndicates. I hold Chief Actuary and Lloyd's Syndicate Actuary certificates.
I established the employee share plans team which uses financial modelling to advise companies on accounting for their employee share plans under IFRS2 and FRS20.
I take a keen interest in professional issues, including sitting on LCP’s Conflicts and Ethics Committee and run regular professional skills training courses. I have helped the actuarial profession on various working parties, and am currently GI module lead - responsible for the exam syllabus and core reading.
- Chief Actuary (non-life with Lloyd’s) certificate
- Lloyd's Syndicate Actuary certificate
Matthew Pearlman has a great bedside manner. He has constructive discussions even on difficult issues.
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We work with insurers to help them better understand and manage the risks they face and their capital requirements.
Valuation of employee share plans and application of accounting standards can be complex. We advise clientsaccording to their needs, from advising on models and assumptions for in-house valuations, to developing bespoke financial models to value complex share options and everything in-between.
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.
Our business-focused approach to validation can help you be confident that your insurance models are robust, and that you are meeting regulatory requirements.