Danielle has advised general insurers, accident compensation schemes, large corporations and government since 2011.
She has supported regulators to improve their scheme performance, determine levies and assess premiums, and has guided state treasuries in managing their workers compensation funds.
Her role also comprises working closely with self-insurers who hold liabilities across multiple Australian jurisdictions. She sets performance benchmarks, delivers insights, reviews strategy and assists her clients through periods of legislative reform.
Danielle builds financial models for her clients, including projections of claims and capital adequacy. She has expertise using analytics techniques to analyse customer dynamics, and presents regularly to management and boards.Danielle’s Qualifications
- Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia
- Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary
- Bachelor of Actuarial Studies Honours, Australian National University
Areas of Expertise
Danielle Ling’s Areas of Expertise
Considered advice and analytics for sustainable schemes
Deep industry experience backed by a strong commercial focus
Trusted guidance for companies managing their own risks
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