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We’re Taylor Fry

We find the patterns that matter

What we do


Advanced Analytics

Own and master industry-leading analytics solutions through a creative partnership

General Insurance

Deep industry experience backed by a strong commercial focus

Health and Disability

Make data-driven decisions to improve systems and services

Injury Schemes

Considered advice and analytics for sustainable schemes

Self-insurance

Trusted guidance for companies managing their own risks

Government

Measure, model and identify opportunities for better policy and programs

Forensics

Identify vulnerabilities and stay ahead of suspicious activity

Appointed Actuary

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


How long is
too long?

Ambulance delays – why ‘more paramedics’ is only a short-term fix

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Life at
Taylor Fry

From comedians to cake bakers,
meet some of our team

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TF Labs

Our in-house R&D arm helping clients
benefit from rapid technological advancement

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Hugh Miller
Principal


Data for good – Bringing meaningful change to people’s lives

Spotlight on actuaries using data for good, focusing on Hugh Miller's work in the social sector with the New Zealand government.

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Ramona Meyricke
Director


The path to suicide prevention

A Taylor Fry review for NSW Health looked at the care of people who may be suicidal. It will inform critical suicide prevention initiatives

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Jonathan Cohen
Principal


What’s new in the Privacy Act review and what it may mean in practice

The latest updates and impacts of proposed changes to Australia’s Privacy Act, in the Government’s ongoing review

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Sophie Dyson
Director


Ambulance delays – why ‘more paramedics’ is only a short-term fix

Director Sophie Dyson explains why ambulance delays need a whole-of-system approach, from her unique perspective as an actuary and paramedic

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