Cass students win NMG Consulting actuarial risk management prizes

NMG Consulting prizes in Actuarial Science for 2017 announced

Cass Business School is delighted to announce the winners of the NMG Consulting prize for Actuarial Science in 2016/17.

Mr Nitish Suresh and Mr Abhinav Gakhar, who both scored the highest marks in the Actuarial Risk Management modules in the last academic year, will share the £2,000 NMG Consulting prize. This award, judged by Cass academics and sponsored by NMG Consulting, is open to students studying the MSc in Actuarial Management.

Speaking at the recent prize-giving breakfast, Andrew Baker, Director, NMG Group said:

"We’d like to congratulate the two winners on their outstanding success in the examinations. NMG greatly values its association with Cass and are delighted to confirm that we will be continuing this in 2018.”

Professor Ben Rickayzen, Head of the Faculty of Actuarial Science and Insurance at Cass, congratulated the two prize winners and said:

"This is a highly sought after honour and the competition was strong this year, so well done. I would also like to extend my thanks to NMG Consulting who have sponsored these prizes since 2012 and I look forward to our continued relationship.”

L-R Dr Vali Asimit, Mr Abhinav Gakhar, Mr Andrew Baker, Professor Ben Rickayzen, Mr Nitish Suresh.

About NMG Consulting

NMG Consulting is the leading multinational consultancy focusing solely on investments, insurance and reinsurance markets. They work with financial institutions (insurers, reinsurers, fund managers and pension funds, banks and brokers) to shape strategy, implement change and manage performance.

NMG Consulting's vertically integrated model – high impact consulting backed by the ‘information advantage’ arising from proprietary research and analytics programmes – is a unique point of difference in a crowded market. Established in 1992, the business has an established global presence with major hubs in Sydney, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and London, and an increasing presence in North America and South Africa.