Actuarial and Advanced Analytics
Actuarial & Advanced Analytics (AAA) service line specializes in providing services that enhance our client’s management of risk and allows them to make informed business decisions. We work with many of the world’s leading financial services providers in Life, Property & Casualty insurance, Retirement services, as well as with Healthcare plans and providers. AAA uses advanced statistical techniques to analyze large quantities of internal and external information to unlock previously unknown, but meaningful, business relationships allowing clients to significantly improve profitability. Engagements are from all industries and include insurance underwriting and claims, price optimization, and safety analytics.
- Advanced Analytics and Modeling
- Health Actuarial
- Property and Causality Actuarial
- Risk, Insurance, and Claims Advisory
- Life Actuarial
- Retirement Providers
Our Actuarial & Advanced Analytics services:
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