Kevin Gomes Taylor Fry

Kevin has more than 25 years’ experience advising general insurers on a broad range of risk and strategic issues. His expertise encompasses reserving, pricing, capital management, business valuations and accounting standard IFRS17.

Kevin is Appointed Actuary to several insurers and reinsurers, writing business across property and liability, and providing detailed advice on the valuation of insurance liabilities. He is also the project lead on Taylor Fry’s engagement as Reserving Actuary for the Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation.

Kevin believes strongly in the benefits of data-driven decision making. He says:

“The collection of comprehensive data promotes an improved understanding of the risk environment, which is critical to the formulation and monitoring of risk management strategies.”

Kevin regularly presents at seminars in Australia and New Zealand on themes from the impacts of climate change to alternative capital reinsurance solutions and the commercial insurance cycle. He has particular interest in factors impacting affordability of insurance, having authored an independent report for the Professional Standards Councils on driving better outcomes in professional indemnity insurance arrangements.


Kevin’s Qualifications
  • Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia
  • Fellow of the New Zealand Society of Actuaries
  • Bachelor of Science Honours, Melbourne University

Kevin Gomes’s
Areas of Expertise

Kevin Gomes’s Areas of Expertise

General Insurance

Deep industry experience backed by a strong commercial focus

Appointed Actuary

Impartial, strategic and pragmatic advice to general insurers and reinsurers of all sizes

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RADAR 2020

Welcome to RADAR 2020, Taylor Fry’s inside look at the general insurance industry, the state of the market and what it means for insurers

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Insurance product update:
Am I meeting the needs of my target market?

Putting people first is more important than ever, as insurers face intense scrutiny under obligations coming into effect early next year

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