Start time: 11.30 am
End time: 1.30 pm
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Cecilia Cheuk & Graham Wright, WTW will give a presentation on The impact of Covid-19 on personal lines pricing & James Hillon and Jean Rea, KPMG will give a presentation on Delivering good customer outcomes from pricing
There will be a part 2 to this seminar and this will take place on Wednesday, 28th October from 11. 00 am - 12.00 noon. To make a reservation for Part 2, click here.
- Cecilia is a Director with Willis Towers Watson in Dublin and leads Willis Towers Watson’s Ireland P&C Pricing practice. She has over 20 years of experience in a wide range of non-life insurance matters. Cecilia has expertise in both Personal lines and Commercial lines pricing, with a strong focus on the Irish insurance industry. Cecilia is also an active member of the SAI and has previously served the General Insurance Committee for 9 years.
- Graham is a Senior Director at Willis Towers Watson where he leads Willis Towers Watson’s UK P&C Pricing, Product, claims and Underwriting practice. Graham’s key focus is on the ongoing development of analytics within pricing, as part of which he has led global projects around the world embedding machine leaning techniques within BAU pricing. He has led a number of best practice pricing and underwriting reviews for personal lines clients across the UK and Ireland.
- Jean is a Director in KPMG’s Irish actuarial practice. She is responsible for a portfolio of Head of Actuarial Function, reserve review and audit clients of the Firm. She has completed a MSc in Data Analytics and is involved in developing KPMG’s Applied Intelligence practice including leading the insurance analytics activities. Jean works closely with the KPMG international network and leads KPMG’s European and global non-life actuarial modernisation working groups.
- James is a Director in KPMG’s UK actuarial practice and supports clients across the General Insurance sector with a specific focus on strengthening pricing & underwriting capability and leveraging emerging data and analytical capabilities. Since joining KPMG James has led the development of our proposition to support clients in the management of conduct risk associated with pricing practices and has helped a number of clients react to emerging regulatory expectations. Prior to joining KPMG James spent 20 years in industry in a variety of actuarial and general management roles.