Leading the profession in General Insurance - An Interview with Tim Clark


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Tackling the big issues in the general insurance industry, representing actuaries and motivating a group of volunteers has been the remit of IAG’s Chief Actuary Tim Clark for the last five years. After five years as the Convenor of the Institute’s General Insurance Practice Committee (GIPC), Tim Clark has stepped down due to work commitments. In this podcast, Tim speaks with GIPC member Kitty Ho about memorable moments over the last five years, including debates over general insurance cover of mental health conditions and of flood damage following Cyclone Yasi. Tim talks about the challenge for actuaries to uphold their reputation and, given the 2014 Financial Services Inquiry (FSI) and current Royal Commission, touts the unique idea of having a CRO for Australia. Commenting on his departure, Elayne Grace CEO said: "Tim is a great lateral thinker who brings positive energy to the brainstorming of issues facing our profession and industry. He encourages us all to be able to articulate the clear value differentiator of Actuaries. Tim has been great to work with and I would like to thank him for the significant contribution and forward-looking approach he has provided as Convenor of the GIPC." Come join in the discussion at GIS, and help drive the role of actuaries to deliver change to the industry. View the General insurance Seminar Program Snapshot here and don't forget to register before the early bird closing date on September 28 https://actuaries.asn.au/microsites/general-insurance-seminar-2018/program-and-presentations/program-snapshot

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