About the Meeting
UK motor bodily injury - key lessons for actuaries from the claims-handling coalface
Adam is a lawyer and a leading expert on UK motor bodily injury claims. Charl and Richard are actuaries. How do we combine our very different perspectives to address the many challenges currently impacting motor reserving
It’s almost never been harder to reserve motor business than it is today. Together, we will look at the following 5 key trends driving UK motor bodily injury reserves over the coming months and years:
- The emerging impact of the whiplash reforms
- The rapidly changing face of inflation risk, including the impacts of the changing geopolitical landscape
- Subtle knock-on impacts of COVID-19
- Lingering and morphing uncertainties from Brexit
- The fast-approaching review of the Ogden rate
We will show how actuaries can successfully navigate these uncertainties and improve their reserving by better understanding the claims handler’s perspective.
Speaker(s): Charl Cronje (Partner at LCP); Richard York-Weaving (Senior Consultant at LCP); Adam Gavin (Deputy Head of Motor Claims at Admiral Group)
Please note that the Zoom link will be included in your attendance confirmation email.
Presentation 6-7PM, followed by Q&A 7-7.30PM
SIAS best exam mark charity competition
IFoA exam results has been announced and the best mark for each IFoA exam passed (excluding CT9) during the April 2022 sitting will be rewarded with a £100 to you and your charity!
SIAS Charity 5k Fun Run in Hyde park
Run in Hyde park on Wednesday, 31 August at 7.00pm.
SIAS will match £1 every £2 raised up to £100!
Followed by a picnic with drinks and snacks!
Band Stand Hyde Park W2 2UH
(HYBRID EVENT) Painting the Portrait of the Modern Actuary (6-7:30pm)
In this talk, a possible future of the actuarial profession is envisaged by comparing data scientists to actuaries.