Taylor Fry

Tim provides actuarial advice to APRA-licensed general insurers and corporate self-insurers, having started his career in 2012 at Taylor Fry.

He has extensive experience providing reserving, pricing and capital management services to general insurance and reinsurance clients, and is the Appointed Actuary to a reinsurer.

Tim specialises in the setting of economic assumptions, and has been involved with several working groups assisting the Actuaries Institute in determining the profession’s stance on these. He is also responsible for Taylor Fry’s economic assumption framework and its further development. He says:

“The actuarial profession is known for its honesty and trustworthiness. Being direct and precise in justifying our assumptions is key to upholding this reputation.”

As a member of the Young Actuaries Advisory Board, Tim advocates for the next generation through mentoring, by encouraging young actuaries to play an active role and engage with the Actuaries Institute.

Tim’s Qualifications
  • Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia
  • Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Honours, Actuarial Studies)
  • Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Statistics)

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Areas of Expertise

Tim Yip’s Areas of Expertise

General Insurance

Deep industry experience backed by a strong commercial focus


Trusted guidance for companies managing their own risks

Appointed Actuary

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

Cyber Risk

Understand and quantify cyber risk to optimise cyber resilience efforts

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