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Ger Bradley, FIA, FSAI

Principal, Head of Non-life Practice Ireland
Dublin, IE

Tel: +353 1 6475532

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Professional Designations

  • Fellow, Institute of Actuaries (UK)
  • Fellow, Society of Actuaries in Ireland

Education

  • BA, Mathematical Science, University College Dublin
  • MA, Statistics, University College Dublin

Current Responsibility

Ger is a principal and the head of the non-life practice in Milliman’s Dublin office. He joined Milliman in April 2013.

Experience

Ger specialises in property and casualty insurance. His experience spans over 25 years of non-life business in Ireland and the United Kingdom.

Ger joined Milliman in 2013 after holding a range of senior management roles in general insurance. In particular, Ger served as both a pricing director, and also as Underwriting Director for insurance and reinsurance non-life companies in his career.

Currently, Ger also advises companies on pricing and the regulatory implications of the Solvency II Regime. In particular, as part of the Solvency II regime, an actuarial opinion on underwriting is required as part of the annual actuarial function report.

Recently, Ger advised the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) in relation to their current thematic review of pricing of Irish non-life insurance companies.

In 2015, Ger was also retained by the Central Bank of Ireland to perform a number of internal model reviews on large Irish general insurance companies. One of these reviews focused on the underwriting and reserve risk module of that internal model.

Industry and Professional Involvement

Until recently, Ger was chair of the General Insurance Committee of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland and is also a member of the Council of the Society of Actuaries. In addition, he sits on the Practising Certificate Committee and a number of working parties. Ger was recently presented with the 2015 award for outstanding voluntary contribution to the Society of Actuaries.

Ger is also a member of several industry Solvency II committees, including the Central Bank of Ireland SII Implementation Committee. Previously, he was very active within Insurance Ireland and the Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland, serving for a time as chair of the MIBI finance committee.

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