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Interviewed a fully qualified #actuary from the @SOActuaries professional body, who really impressed me!
It goes on to show that not all mathematically inspiring and charismatic blokes are dull at understanding the subtle qualitative aspects of business #risk and transactions.
Actually, I do offer my services as a recruiter aka professional headhunter and knowledge capital developer, in addition to teaching Talent Management at staff colleges across financial institutions
I often get twirled when I have to choose between Financial Engineers & Actuaries
Mostly, for Front Office Risk Management roles, Financial Engineers, Financial Mathematicians, and Quantitative Economics or Finance Risk, etc candidates get preference
For Middle Office and other Risk Sub-Silos Roles, Actuaries compete with other Quants coming from hard sciences
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A thread on how InsurTechs are going to be impacted because of #Covid_19 and what's the best way to utilize the time between now and the time when life gets back to normal, which could be easily 6-9 months!

#InsurTech #Actuary
#Funding - Given the slow down of businesses, which would create many other investment opportunities for investors, expect reduced interests from investors. Because for them InsurTechs is just another avenue, which may not be most attractive given other opportunities

Conferences and MeetUps - the upcoming opportunities to showcase the product and the idea are sure going to be reduced given #SocialDistancing. This also means lesser time and money spent on impressing the potential collaborators!

#InsurTech #Actuary #COVID_19
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Thread alert on IRDAI Regulatory Sandbox. Did an article on the topic a few days ago to demystify it. After having thrown some light on the regulation, I seek a few answers. Tweeps, time to return the favour :) Both answers and questions are welcome [1/n]
Q1) Assuming an innovation requires relaxation in the existing regulations, which the regulator grants. What would happen to the innovation after the testing period of 6 months is over and the innovation, by design, cannot comply with the existing regulations? [2/n]
Q1) For example, pay-as-you-go insurance products are not allowed by the existing regulations. What happens if the innovation loses meaning without the relaxation of this particular norm? [3/n]
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