Lifestyle Article - OAC appoint experienced actuary Kathryn Moore


Actuarial consultancy appoints another actuary to its Non-Life Consulting team. Kathryn Moore joins from SDA Actuaries and will focus on providing actuarial and risk management services to the General Insurance market.

 OAC (part of the Broadstone Group) has appointed Kathryn Moore as Head of Personal Lines in Non-Life Consulting.

 Kathryn has 35 years of experience since beginning her career at Sun Alliance and subsequently RSA. She then spent 6 years at Genworth Financial and over eight years at Assurant Solutions heading up pricing, reserving and capital modelling across Europe. She joins OAC from SDA Actuaries where she led the non-life consulting team and held a number of Chief Actuary and other Senior Management Function roles.

 In her role at OAC, Kathryn will focus on OAC’s Non-Life Insurance Consulting business providing actuarial and risk management services predominantly to the General Insurance market.

 Graeme Charters, Head of Non-Life Insurance Consulting at OAC, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Kathryn to the business as we continue to expand our proposition and capabilities in the Non-Life Insurance market.

 “Kathryn is a hugely experienced actuary who will provide expert service for our clients as we continue to build an outstanding, diverse team to achieve the highest standards and best results.”

 Kathryn Moore, Head of Personal Lines in OAC’s Non-Life Insurance Consulting division, said: “I am passionate about helping my clients achieve the best possible results. I look forward to combining my knowledge and skills with those of my colleagues and clients to create opportunities for growth. Joining OAC which shares this ethos was very attractive.

 “OAC’s partnership with Broadstone places it superbly for future growth and it is a hugely exciting, purposeful business to be a part of.”
  

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