The non-life (general) insurance industry provides actuaries with opportunities to build their careers in a wide range of specialities and disciplines.
General insurance provides professionals with a unique opportunity to take on a meaningful role in the insurance landscape and make an impact on tackling global challenges.
Actuaries working in this sector tend to provide advice in three main areas: pricing; reserving; and capital modelling. In addition, actuaries are becoming increasingly involved in catastrophe modelling and wider enterprise risk management (ERM).
General insurance is called ‘property and casualty insurance' in the United States of America and ‘non-life insurance’ in most of Europe.
Our consultants who have worked in technical actuarial roles in the non-life sector include...
Antony Buxton, FIA
Antony was previously Head of Actuarial Services for Legal & General's Non-life insurance business
About Non-life Insurance
Actuaries advise on the financial risks of the general insurance industry and develop new strategies to help manage these risks. We work with many different clients helping them to recruit, including:
- Lloyd's Syndicates
- Insurance Consultancies
- Audit Firms
- Insurtech Firms
We help actuaries make their next move in all areas of non-life insurance including:
- Risk (ERM)
- Climate Change
- Project Management
- Data Science & Analytics
- Catastrophe Modelling
- C-level Executives
Contact Our Non-life Team
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