Actuarial

Insurance companies face increasing regulation, competition and risk. Our actuarial team offers practical advice and solutions to address these challenges.

Mazars actuarial consultants have in-depth knowledge and experience of the challenges and opportunities in the Irish insurance market. We provide companies of all sizes with practical solutions that comply with regulatory requirements and achieve real business benefits.

Our local experts are part of a wider Mazars actuarial team of experienced industry professionals who specialise in life insurance, health insurance, general insurance, asset and liability modelling, valuation of complex assets, pensions, risk and capital management.

Our actuarial services range from advice on emerging issues to in-depth calculations of technical provisions. We have particular expertise in claims trends, reserving, pricing, regulation, data and risk — all of which are providing more challenges for companies than ever before.

Our services include:

Regulatory Reporting & Audit Support

  • Technical Provisions
  • QRTs, RSR & SFCR

Outsourced Roles

Emerging Issues

  • IFRS 17
  • Solvency II
  • Insurance Distribution directive
  • GDPR
  • Gap Analysis in relation to new regulations.

Claims Assessment

  • Claims Reserving
  • Premium Rating
  • Data analytics

Peer Review Services

  • Actuarial Function Reports & Opinions
  • ORSA projections and reports
  • Actuarial Models, Methods & Assumptions
  • Data & Model Validation

Risk & Capital Management

  • Standard Formula SCR Calculations
  • Assessment of Capital Optimisation initiatives

Regulatory Change Projects

  • Gap Analysis
  • Impact Assessment
  • Implementation projects
  • Training to Board level

Business Development & Strategy

  • Assessment of strategic initiatives
  • Branch Applications
  • Portfolio Transfers
  • Support with Mergers & Acquisitions

For further information and to discuss your specific requirements, please contact a member of our team.

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Reviewing Actuary

The requirements are set out in the Central Bank of Ireland’s Domestic Actuarial Regime, which became effective on 1st January 2016.

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