Richard Stock appointed Head of Property and Casualty
16 Jun 2022
Hymans Robertson, a leading financial services consultancy, has appointed Richard Stock as Head of Property & Casualty within its Insurance & Financial Services (IFS) practice. The appointment is part of the consultancy’s move to continue to grow and broaden its support for P&C clients.
Richard is leading the firm’s activities on General Insurance matters, covering: Reserving, Capital, Pricing, Investment/ALM, Climate Change, Reinsurance and Risk Management. Together with experienced colleagues in the IFS team, Richard’s team provides regulatory role support on Chief Actuary and CRO matters as well as Part VII transfer support.
Richard has over 25 years’ P&C experience leading actuarial teams, in key aspects of the insurance process from both an actuarial and risk perspective. Richard has previously held both CRO and Chief Actuary regulated roles within the general insurance industry and is a Chief Actuary Practicing Certificate holder.
Commenting on Richard’s appointment, Emma McWilliam, Global Head of Insurance & Financial Services, Hymans Robertson says:
“I’m absolutely thrilled to welcome Richard to our highly skilled team. He is a well-established leader and highly regarded in this important field. He joins during a fantastic period of continued growth for us and will provide invaluable support to our clients. These are challenging times, with ongoing materials shortages and rising inflation affecting all. Richard’s experience in previous roles will help support insurance clients in navigating the associated issues and risks.”
Commenting on his new role Richard Stock, Head of Property & Casualty, Hymans Robertson adds:
“I’m really excited to join the Insurance & Financial Services business at Hymans Robertson to continue to grow and further expand their highly regarded support for insurance clients. It’s great to be working with such an experienced and successful team on the next phase of its development. Activity levels for actuarial and risk teams in the General Insurance market are incredibly high, and I look forward to assisting clients tackle the latest issues and overcome any challenges they face from climate change, to evolving customer needs and regulator demands, to the challenging economic environment.”