Lifestyle Article - Mazars appoints actuary James Isherwood as Partner

Mazars, the international tax, audit and advisory firm, has appointed James Isherwood as Partner in the insurance actuarial team, based in London.

 James has joined the team from Boston Consulting Group and will focus on further growing Mazars’ presence in the insurance sector, while expanding the team to provide holistic consulting and audit solutions to insurance companies. In addition to providing expertise in the life insurance sector, he will provide detailed knowledge and expertise on IFRS 17 implementation, Solvency II, technological change and actuarial finance insights.
 Dorian Hicks, General Insurance Actuarial lead at Mazars, said: “We are delighted to welcome James to the team and, indeed, the partnership. Having previously worked with James I know his wealth of expertise in the insurance market, as well as his strong leadership and vision, will be huge assets to the team and to our clients. This is a period of disruption across the market and, against this backdrop, we are growing. James’ arrival is pivotal in ensuring we can continue on that journey.”

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