Archive for May, 2021

Welcome Marc

Marc studied Financial Mathematics at the University of Stellenbosch, then began his career with Dynamo as its first South African hire in 2013. Through the 7 years as an analyst and consultant, in both the South African and UK offices, Marc worked on various industrialization and automation projects in the London market using our Psicle platform. He has specialized in the delivery of Solvency II TP and SF projects and, more recently, IFRS 17 projects. After gaining further IFRS 17 experience within a Bermudan/UK insurer, Marc returned to Dynamo in 2021 as a senior consultant in the UK office.

Outside of work Marc enjoys travelling through Europe, having visited 36 different destinations in the last 5 years.

Fun fact: Marc completed his sailing day-skipper license in 2019 and is looking forward to re-exploring Europe, this time from the Mediterranean.

Dynamo Vacancies – Norway – Actuary/Aktuar


We are currently looking for an Actuary / Aktuar to join our Nordic Team. Do you have the talent and energy? Please click the link below to read the job specification.

If you feel that you could be a good fit for our team, please send a resume and a short covering letter (setting out how you see your skills adding to our business) to by Wednesday 30th June 2021. We are not accepting application from agency at this time.

Welcome Tom

Tom joined Dynamo Analytics in May 2021 as a Graduate Actuary in the Australian office. In 2020 he graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Commerce (Actuarial Studies) and a Diploma in Mathematical Sciences (Statistics and Stochastic Processes). Throughout his studies, and prior to joining Dynamo, Tom worked in the investment management industry, where he was able to develop and apply his analytical and problem-solving skillset.

Outside of work Tom enjoys running, reading, and watching his beloved Collingwood Magpies in the Australian Football League.

Fun fact: Tom is a keen amateur musician, and has played the Oboe, Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute with several community bands and orchestras. As a listener, his highlight to date was seeing the London Symphony Orchestra play Richard Strauss’ ‘An Alpine Symphony’ live in 2016.