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With MSG’s anaytics tools and experience as your guide, you’ll be able to:

  • Measure and understand the risk, using analytics to assess expected outcomes and the variability of probable scenarios.
  • Evaluate alternative options to determine the acceptable amount of risk you’re willing to assume – and the best way to finance it.
  • Advocate and design the optimal program. By understanding the actuarial point of view, we are able to negotiate with carriers.
  • Meet with client on a regular basis to discuss changes in exposures, business operations, etc.
  • Monitor your results so we can proactively identify potential solutions to adverse trends.

Our team’s analytics work combines state of the art experience and exposure rating techniques, with informed, relevant expertise and sophisticated models.

Organizations worldwide are increasingly impacted by emerging, complex challenges that could materially affect future goals. In this rapidly changing environment, business leaders need more than historical views to manage risk, allocate capital, and achieve results. They need to see around the next corner.

MSG Analytics is uniquely positioned to help. Using an unmatched combination of data, analytics, and technology, we empower clients of all sizes and across industries to quantify and manage their risk financing. Analytics can provide the credible supporting documentation needed for insurance limit and other risk transfer discussions at the executive and board levels. Particularly with company boards being more demanding and specific about the risks facing companies today, the better prepared executives are with data heading into those discussions, the more satisfied a company’s stakeholders will be.

While insurers have used data analytics for years in order to more accurately underwrite property/casualty risks, their commercial policyholders are only just beginning to embrace “big data” as a risk management tool.

A deeper integration of data analytics into a company’s risk management functions enable our clients to present insurers with a more accurate view of the company’s true risk profile. When you take that out to market, instead of simply accepting an industry standard benchmark for what you should be paying, our clients can use that information to say to insurers that we are not going to pay the standard, and that we want to pay far less.