Articles - Guy Shepherd joins PwC’s actuarial team from Prudential

 PwC has recruited Guy Shepherd to lead its actuarial systems and modelling services. In his new role, Guy will advise insurers on how to meet the increasing demands from management and other stakeholders for more frequent and extensive actuarial and risk information.

 Guy joins PwC after 17 years at Prudential, where he was most recently head of actuarial and business intelligence systems, responsible for the implementation of their IT programme underpinning Solvency II.

 Charles Garnsworthy, UK actuarial leader at PwC, said:

 “Guy is a great addition to our actuarial team and brings with him a wealth of experience. His new role will help our clients to successfully prepare for a post-Solvency II world, where fit for purpose actuarial IT will be more important than ever to achieve a competitive advantage.”

 Guy Shepherd, head of actuarial systems and modelling at PwC, said:

 “Given the huge amount of time and effort insurers are devoting to Solvency II it is vital that their IT systems are also fit for the regulation’s new data, risk and reporting demands. I look forward to helping our clients navigate this challenge and develop the best solutions.”

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