Local authorities spend millions buying insurance, while central government departments retain their risks. Why is this - and is there a better way? Read the insights and opinions of a GAD actuary who's also a director of the Local Government Mutual.
Ian Rogers - Head of Business Development
We developed our webinar programme to continue connecting effectively with clients throughout the pandemic. Over the year GAD created and hosted 11 webinars. In this blog we look at this enhanced level of engagement, where some of our events attracted around 200 attendees.
We look at the different aspects of insurance in the public sector, as it applies to local authorities and national government, and the associated impact of the pandemic.
GAD's secondments programme offers great opportunities for our people and gives clients the chance to more fully understand what actuaries can offer to their projects and proposals.
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