Since the inception of Fitzgerald Actuarial Limited in 2012, Insurance Consulting (life and non-Life) has been at the core of its work. From the start we have worked with insurers in Ireland and the Isle of Man. Projects included risk solvency assessments, Solvency II modelling & consulting, board risk training, product development, regulatory submissions and merger and acquisitions advice. We also provide consultancy services on systems migrations.
To provide a fuller flavour of the projects worked on, please see a sample project list below.
Own Risk Solvency Assessment
Solvency II Consulting / Modelling
System Migrations Consultancy
Preparations of Submissions for authorisation of new insurers
Board Risk Training
Production of annual returns and business plans for regulators
As markets and legislation change, so will the projects that we undertake on behalf of life insurers and non-life insurers.
The Insurance Consulting Team
The Insurance Consulting Team is led by Michael Fitzgerald, a highly experienced Actuary within the field. Additional members of the team have backgrounds in project management, investment, actuarial and pricing. In summary, the Fitzgerald Actuarial Limited Insurance Consulting team:
- are highly qualified and experienced
- are able to bring an objective, professional viewpoint
- may provide additional resources, often critical to the success of major projects
- are flexible in how we partner with clients
- are not tied to any one insurance group
So why not take that first important step today by calling Michael today on 087-6890175 or submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and providing our expertise and support.
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