Capital Analytics is a leading Actuarial Consulting firm, focusing on the application of robust modeling principles to business problems. Capital Analytics was founded in 2006 by Sam Isaacson, a consultant with extensive experience in Actuarial Consulting (ex-Deloitte) and Financial Markets (ex-Peregrine) ... More Details »
Deloitte Actuarial and Insurance Solutions is the leading actuarial consulting firm in South Africa and offers professional actuarial consulting services through its base of over 80 actuarial professionals. Deloitte Actuarial consists of a multi-disciplinary team of actuaries, statisticians and accountants ... More Details »
Ernst & Young is the world’s second largest global audit and business advisory firm providing services in assurance, corporate finance and tax, including audit, valuations, online security, business risk services and e-business acceleration.
Ernst & Young South Africa has an autonomous ... More Details »
It is our goal to be the largest and leading Employee Benefits Company in Africa. We will continue providing the best services at reasonable cost, fulfilling the needs of the communities in which we conduct our business, and fulfilling the aspirations of our staff, whilst providing an acceptable return ... More Details »
QED Actuaries & Consultants have been providing actuarial services over the past 25 years from South Africa and more recently from our offices in Mauritius, Kenya and Nigeria.
Known wherever we operate simply as QED, and already the largest independent actuarial consulting firm in Africa, ... More Details »
About Towers Watson
Towers Watson (NYSE, NASDAQ: TW) is a leading global professional services company that helps organisations improve performance through effective people, risk and financial management. The company offers solutions in the areas of short-term insurance actuarial consulting, employee ... More Details »
A payment made by one pension fund to another in terms of a scheme, for example, when a business of the employer is acquired by another employer, to enable the receiving pension fund to accommodate the new members.