Harshitta Malakar, from the IFoA’s COVID-19 ICAT General Insurance Claims Inflation group, looks at the impact of the pandemic on the frequency and severity of motor claims and the issues which reserving actuaries should consider.
A group of general insurance actuaries working as part of the IFoA Covid-19 Action Task Force have been studying the impact of Covid-19. This blog discusses the changes in social inflation caused by pandemic.
A group of GI actuaries have been trying to identify changes in exposures and claims experience and their potential impact on reserving. This blog looks at the impact on the health insurance market in India.
As part of the IFoA's Covid-19 Action Task Force, a group of General Insurance actuaries have been studying the impact of Covid-19 and pandemic induced lockdowns on GI claims inflation and development. This blog discusses the changes in exposure and claims experience in Marine and Aviation insurance.
This blog looks at some of the short-term responses in the non-life sector. Future blogs will cover life and health, and will look a bit further over the horizon at how things might evolve in a post-covid world.
Catherine Drummond, Chair of the IFoA’s GI Lifelong Learning Committee, tells us about the success of GIRO this year and how this success will be used to help plan and shape next year’s event.
This blog discusses the potential impact of Covid-19 on expenses and expense inflation valuation assumptions for non-linked life products.
A group of Life actuaries, working as part of the IFoA Covid-19 Action Taskforce (ICAT) have been considering various ways that the pandemic has affected Life insurers. This blog discusses Covid-19’s impact on considerations for setting assumptions for unit-linked business charges.
A group of Life actuaries, working as part of the IFoA Covid-19 Action Taskforce (ICAT) are releasing a series of blogs considering various ways that the pandemic has affected Life insurers. The fourth blog in this series looks at considerations for setting persistency-related assumptions.