Regulatory change, economic uncertainty and rising consumer expectations need the right strategic, investment, risk management and operational changes at the right time with the right expertise.

Market developments, technology shifts and major regulatory change, such as Solvency II reforms, IFRS 17 and Consumer Duty, are all placing demands on your ability to forecast financial consequences and manage risk and change.

As insurers, lending institutions, and corporates, you need to meet these challenges while also developing and delivering market-beating solutions for customers. 

Actuarial and insurance consulting brings together core disciplines to deliver your goals.

  • Comprehensive actuarial services
  • Extensive risk expertise
  • Insurance consulting
  • Comprehensive actuarial services
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    Including acting as independent expert or expert witness, providing business-as-usual and event-driven support, and providing experts to fill statutory roles.
  • Extensive risk expertise
    Extensive risk expertise
    Our deep expertise in risk management frameworks and processes helps you to refine, transform or augment your risk needs.
  • Insurance consulting
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    We help you think through your insurance market priorities, translate these into technology, people and process outcomes, and deliver transformations.
James Cruttenden
Partner, Head of Actuarial and Insurance Consulting
James Cruttenden

Why Grant Thornton?

Our people have extensive experience in the UK and global insurance industries. You’ll be given a multidisciplinary team who understand the needs of your firm and how to achieve your objectives.

We work collaboratively, advising insurers on strategy, liability valuation, capital, Solvency II, IFRS 17, risk management frameworks and pricing. 

We also work with pension funds, lending organisations and a range of corporates to provide actuarial advice, valuations, redress support and risk modelling.


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