We prepare and submit filing including actuarial memos, premium/expense exhibits and rule exception documents. We help insurance companies tailor their coverages, limits, deductibles and wording to ensure customer needs are met and the portfolio grows profitably.
We combine best practice data science and statistical tools with market knowledge of existing filings to ensure recommended rating plans are sound and will be approved by regulators.
We help companies navigate the world of reinsurance. Each case is different, so we regularly partner with market-specific brokers and fronting carriers.
We support claim systems' policy and exposure validation and provide policy administration systems that can be customized and hosted either locally or in the cloud.
We help insurers and agencies with the data warehousing, ensuring the right data is always available in the most helpful format.
We help insurers and agencies get the most out of business reporting, ensuring decision makers always have access to key information and that their advisers can make recommendations in the most compelling way.
We advise on agent licensing requirements, entity formation and connecting specialists with complementary service providers all along the value chain.
We advise startups on various go-to market strategies including making best use of fronting arrangements, forming MGAs, co-brokering or how to re-purpose data assets for use in the insurance industry.
We use innovative methods to connect insurance customers with agents, brokers and carriers.
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Amit graduated from Lancaster University in England and started his actuarial career in 2001 with Farmers Insurance Group working on pricing personal lines auto and homeowners insurance and reserving workers compensation. He then joined RMS as a product manager for the financial module of their catastrophe modelling software. Since 2010 he has been assisting various startup companies in Silicon Valley with their unique insurance needs as well as consulting with mid-size insurance carriers.
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Dion started his actuarial career in Australia, qualifying as an actuary while working in auto and home insurance pricing and portfolio management for Insurance Australia Group, the largest insurer in the country. He moved over to consulting, working on a number of non-traditional projects including media effectiveness modeling for telecommunications companies, demand modeling and price optimization. Within what was then Australia’s largest independent actuarial consulting firm, he started and led a software development division. His team developed innovative insurance-specific applications for competitor monitoring and portfolio management. His thirst for fostering innovation within the global insurance industry then brought him to San Francisco.