Our insights articles, based on industry research and hands on experience helps readers bridging the gap between an industry challenge and the potential technology solution to solve those challenge
An insurance company receives premiums, manages reserves and pays out claims. Traditionally actuaries have been using the claim data to assist them with calculations of premiums and reserves and to perform actual versus expected claims comparisons.
Actuartech are proud sponsors of.....The Insurance Pricing Game. The Pricing Game is a global data science competition with real motor insurance data
It was a beautiful Autumn’s day and we were joined by experts across the insurance and finance industry, including Chief Risk Officers, Fintech Professionals, Risk Management Consultants, Actuaries, and Data Scientists.
Our latest training course is now live - IFRS 17 Introduction: Hands-On Training. The purpose of the course is to give you a basic understanding of the fundamentals underlying the IASB’s International Financial Reporting Standard 17 (the Standard/IFRS 17).
We are happy to announce the launch of Foundations in R for Actuaries and Case Study: Lapse Rate Analysis. These two courses are decided by actuaries, for actuaries and are suitable for actuarial teams and students looking to improve their knowledge of the R programming language in an actuarial context.
A huge increase in data generation, data capture and data storage combined with significantly increased computing power is providing life insurers with a unique opportunity to re-evaluate the value that their data can provide.
With the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic, there presents an on going need to monitor data regularly in order for businesses to interpret and respond to the impact of the pandemic. We highlight by way of example a simple COVID-19 dashboard solution developed in R Shiny.
Our actuarial forefathers made a breakthrough discovery. By studying data, they recognised patterns and determined that the past could be used to predict the future. Today, actuarial modelling is based on a similar concept.
Sign up to our newsletter for the latest in actuarial technology and data science