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In a business environment where the only constant is change, companies need to identify and manage their risks exposure. Every business is unique with its own goals, vision and the value proposition it offers to its clients, however, the common goal of every business is growth and meeting the commitment they have towards their shareholders. This could be a daunting and complex task in light of the volatility of the market and the constantly moving parts.
With proprietary tools and technology, our actuarial services team successfully balances objectives against risks while optimizing economic and financial value.
Our integrated services include:
- Affinity programs design, pricing, structuring, strategies and valuation
- Appointed actuary, group benefits, pension and other valuations
- Benchmarking design and reporting
- Capital / solvency management and strategies
- Peer review
- Reinsurance strategies and structuring
- Stochastic modelling
In the Toronto Star, we weigh in on the impacts that OHIP+, as announced in the Ontario Budget 2017, has on families.
It is critical to understand and manage risk exposures to prevent stakeholders from overcommitting or disregarding opportunities.
The Ontario youth pharmacare plan, called OHIP+, affects plan sponsors, people with private coverage and those without.
Fort McMurray, earthquakes, ice storms and floods—we have all seen the headlines about natural disasters and how they affect individuals...
Ontario’s government commits to become first payer on prescription medicines for residents age 24 and under as of Jan. 1, 2018.
Exponential growth in both the number of risk models and the complexity of the calculations is both a boon and a curse.
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