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Actuarial, Risk & Advanced Analytics

The rules of risk are changing. Are your approaches to strategy, advanced analytics and financial analysis changing, too? They should be. Because in addition to massive shifts at the industry level, the science of analytics has made huge strides as well, which means big implications in understanding your customers, pricing optimization, financial and regulatory reform.

Building on our experience in quantification and modeling of risk, we have developed analytic capabilities that extend into all parts of the business, including pricing optimization, customers, and customer segmentation safety, workforce and insurance actuarial. We work with some of the world’s leading organizations to bring their approach to Advanced Analytics and risk in line with the new market realities. From actuarial and financial analysis to operations, information systems, data mining and predictive modeling, we can help you in your efforts to grow your top line and effectively manage risk – and contribute to your bottom line.

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What We Offer

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Meet our people

  • Pil Chung
    Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

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