Actuarial, Rewards & Analytics
Organizations are challenged with new emerging risks as they seek profitable growth and attempt to maximize the return on capital by understanding the risk adjusted opportunities to deploy the capital. Deloitte’s Actuarial, Rewards & Analytics (ARA) practitioners help business leaders make informed decisions to grow revenue, manage risk and capital, reduce operational costs, and design compensation and reward programs to address critical business, financial, and insurance challenges. We work with many of the world’s leading financial services providers in Life, Property & Casualty insurance, as well as with Healthcare plans and providers, and provide Rewards and Risk management advice to organizations from all industries and all geographies.
- Core Actuarial
- Regulatory, Risk & Capital Advisory
- Insurance & Healthcare, Product & Underwriting Excellence
- Finance & Actuarial Transformation
- Pension Investment Advisory
- Analytics, Machine Learning & Data Science
- Compensation & Benefits
- Retirement Advisory & Risk Management
- Mergers, Acquisitions & Restructuring
Young people in Switzerland complain that companies do not assume enough social responsibility and offer too little flexibility. And their general trust in the economy is waning as the Deloitte Millennial Survey 2018 shows. Anna Samanta, Managing Partner Talent at Deloitte Switzerland, has found that Switzerland has a lot of catching up to do compared with other countries. Young employees with a broad range of interests, also outside of work, have a lot to offer to both colleagues and clients.
A profound shift is facing business leaders worldwide: The rapid rise of the social enterprise, reflecting the growing importance of social capital in shaping an organization’s purpose, guiding its relationships with stakeholders, and influencing its ultimate success or failure.
The Deloitte Millennial Survey 2018: A Swiss Perspective
Following a troubling year, where geopolitical and social concerns gave rise to a new wave of business activism, millennials and Gen Z are sounding the alarm, according to Deloitte’s seventh annual Millennial Survey.