Taylor Fry

Danielle has extensive actuarial experience, advising clients in general insurance and accident compensation since joining us in 2011. During this time, she has guided state regulators to confidently manage their workers compensation, catastrophic injury and compulsory third party funds.

Her role currently involves supporting accident compensation schemes to improve their performance, and working closely with self-insurers responsible for liabilities across six of the seven Australian jurisdictions.

Danielle offers strategic advice and tailored solutions to help steer her clients through challenging periods such as legislative reforms. This includes planning tactical road maps towards achieving their goals and strengthening their position in the market. She says:

“There’s never a one-size-fits-all solution. Technical expertise may be the core of our work as actuaries, but the ability to truly listen is equally important to ensure we make a real difference.”

Danielle presents regularly to management, boards and at industry conferences. She is an active member of industrial working groups and organising committees for various speaking events.

Danielle’s Qualifications
  • Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia
  • Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary
  • Bachelor of Actuarial Studies Honours, Australian National University

Danielle Ling’s
Areas of Expertise

Danielle Ling’s Areas of Expertise

Injury Schemes

Considered advice and analytics for sustainable schemes

General Insurance

Deep industry experience backed by a strong commercial focus


Trusted guidance for companies managing their own risks

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