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Summary

SIGMA provides actuarial support for decision making and financial analyses. Services include the full range of typical actuarial studies plus unique services such as 'private label' consulting and batch e-mod computations.

Location: Brentwood, TN, United States

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Employee Benefit Trusts:

  • Actuarial Services

Self-Insured Workers Compensation (USA):

  • Actuarial Services

Captives and Rent-a-Captives:

  • Actuarial Services

Program Business:

  • Actuarial Services

Risk Retention Groups (USA):

  • Actuarial Services

Self-Insured Retentions (Liability):

  • Actuarial Services

Mutual Insurance Companies:

  • Actuarial Services

Company Details

Welcome to SIGMA

SIGMA is an actuarial firm designed to simplify complexity, support your decision making processes, and to give you a competitive advantage. At SIGMA, our services are designed to support key decision makers, such as brokers, risk managers, CFOs, auditors, captive managers or regulators, public entities or self insured groups, and insurance carriers.

Here is how our process works. You provide SIGMA with Loss Data, Exposures, and Program Retentions. Then SIGMA completes one or all of the following reports: Loss Pick, Reserve Analysis, Cash Flow of Liabilities, and Confidence Interval Analysis. These analyses are used to support the following types of projects:

  • Feasibility studies for captives, self-insureds, and large deductible programs
  • Determination of financial statement liabilities
  • Loss prevention efforts
  • Loss portfolio transfers
  • Limits and retention analysis
  • Total Cost of Risk
  • Strategic Risk Analysis
  • Financial Disaster recovery program
  • Budgeting and Cost allocation
  • Sarbanes Oxley support

 

SIGMA is customer focused and differentiates itself through education and training resources. SIGMA will extend your capabilities as part of your team.

DECISIONS/PROJECTS SUPPORTED 

Feasibility studies for captives, self-insureds, and large deductible programs

Determination of financial statement liabilities

Loss prevention efforts 

Loss portfolio transfers

Limits and retention analysis 

Total cost of risk 

Strategic risk analysis 

Financial recovery program 

Budgeting and cost allocation 

Sarbanes Oxley support