Leading Aon’s Australian Data and Actuarial Analytics team, Sulav Saha will work closely with Aon’s global Centres for Innovation and Analytics, driving the data and analytics strategy for Australia.
Aon has appointed Sulav Saha as managing principal, Data and Actuarial Analytics in Australia, to further strengthen its client and carrier offering across the business by centralising its established teams working across data and analytics.
Aon’s data and analytics capability is critical in supporting the business across the areas of risk, retirement, and health. Driven by proprietary data, the data-based insights help provide sophisticated advice and solutions across the firm. From climate modelling to cyber risk mapping, the Data and Actuarial Analytics team has the expertise and actuarial tools to ensure clients have the right information to make informed decisions, and address real and emerging business challenges with impactful data-led solutions.
Leading Aon’s Australian Data and Actuarial Analytics team, Saha will work closely with Aon’s global Centres for Innovation and Analytics, driving the data and analytics strategy for Australia, and bringing the firm’s data and analytics capabilities together into a single team. This will enable the business to tap into its unrivalled skillset to deliver solutions for clients across service streams and leveraging insights across the entire business.
James Baum, CEO of Aon Australia, said “We are excited to welcome Sulav to the team. He is a highly accomplished data analytic and change expert with extensive expertise in delivering programs focusing on driving business intelligence, regulatory compliance, revenue and profitability. We have taken the exciting step to bring together our data and analytic capability across the firm into a single specialist team in order to create an enhanced client and carrier offering and further strengthen our operational efficiencies.”
Rob Cusack, Director, Consulting Services, Aon Global Risk Consulting, said: “Data is central to how we operate as a firm. Through this change, we will not only be strengthening our client and carrier offering, but building out our future capability.”