Research and DevelopmentWe enjoy walking the less travelled road between industry and academia
Research & Development
At MatBlas we believe that to find the right answers all we have to do is ask the right questions.
Ana Mata receiving the Brian Hey Prize at the IFoA awards dinner April 2017.
Our quest for answers never ends; we enjoy walking the less travelled road between academia and practice.
We are constantly questioning the status quo, we are never set in our ways. Are there theoretical techniques that have not been implemented in practice? What can we implement from the academic world and what can we teach academics from the practical world?
We are appointed by clients to carry out research for them to find solutions to practical problems. Our unique set of analytical skills and research experience combined with years of practical expertise make us your ideal partner for research projects.
If your company has a research project that you would like to discuss with us, simply get in touch, we would love to hear what’s in your mind, what idea you are toying with but can’t nail a solution.
Participation in recent working parties
Ana Mata, our Managing Director and Founder is and has been an active participant of the following working parties:
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Publications and Presentations
Here’s a list of publications and presentations
Presented at the XXXIV annual GIRO convention, Newport, Wales, U.K.
Presented at the London CARe seminar: Pricing US Reinsurance in a Softening Market, London
Mata, A.J. and Mark A. Verheyen (2005) An Improved Method for Experience Rating Reinsurance Treaties
Casualty Actuarial Society Forum
Published by Wiley, London, June 2004
ASTIN Bulletin, Vol. 33, No. 2
Mata, A.J., B. Fannin and M.A. Verheyen (2002) Pricing Excess of Loss Treaties with Loss Sensitive Features: An Exposure Rating Approach
Proceedings of the XXVI General Insurance Convention
ASTIN Bulletin, Vol. 30, No. 2
Presented at the 4th International congress of Insurance, Mathematics and Economics, Barcelona, Spain