Lifestyle Article - Sixth new Actuarial Partner appointment announced by EY

EY has hired Naomi Burger as a partner as it continues to expand its 220 plus strong actuarial team.

 Naomi joins EY from Deloitte where she was a partner in the actuarial team and has over twenty years consultancy experience, working in the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore insurance markets.

 In her new role, Naomi will focus on capital management and restructuring, M&A and investment advisory solutions in the UK and wider European insurance sector.

 EY’s UK Actuarial practice is continuing to grow strongly, with five other new partner additions over the last 18 months. James Tufts re-joined the firm to lead the practice from Guardian Financial Services; Mark Godson and Niranjan Nathan both joined from the Swiss Re Group. In addition, Gareth Mee and Ruth Nelmes were promoted internally to partner.

 Commenting on Naomi’s appointment, James Tufts, Head of UK Life & Pensions at EY, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Naomi into our team. The insurance industry has already seen a number of large deals over recent months as companies look to consolidate, and with Brexit drawing ever closer, activity is expected to ramp up as firms assess their operational models to ensure they’re set up for success once we leave the EU. Naomi brings crucial skills to the role that will help our clients to make the important decisions over the next few months and years. It is very exciting to see our practice expand, as the skills that actuaries provide become more and more widely valued.”

 Naomi added: “The growth opportunities for the business are fantastic and I’m very excited to be joining the team at this time.”

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