Interactive and intuitive – benchmarking and actuarial analyses are now offering deeper customised insights
The informational value of biometric data is increasing for life insurers with the depth and scope of analysis capabilities, and with the size of the data pool available. In the Biometric Portfolio Analysis (BPA), Munich Re is offering in the German speaking region unique prerequisites in both regards.
With a history extending back over 15 years and more than 30 participants for various product types, we have at our disposal the biggest data pool by far on biometric risks. It facilitates informative overall market analyses and is a very solid foundation for bespoke benchmarking and trend research. Also included are the latest methods such as multivariate analyses and Machine Learning, with which life insurers are able to gain deep insights into their own datasets and derive new actuarial findings.
New: Biometric Analytics
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Using our new Biometric Analytics offering, clients are able for the first time to analyse their own portfolio data from our annual Biometric Portfolio Analysis (BPA) interactively, and reconcile it with the market-wide pool. This broadens our established result formats and enables unique actuarial insights and benchmarking understanding.
Biometric Analytics – benefits at a glance
- Speedier insights and decisions by means of interactive reports
- Deeper findings from your own BPA result and the pool data
- Intuitive use of the latest analysis capabilities – without additional technical or programming overhead
- Straightforward data export of aggregated analysis results
- Access to all BPA results: dashboards, PDF reports, Offline Cubes, presentations
- Fit for the future and extendible: other datasets such as from the Federal Statistical Office and analysis functions can be included in the future