As a business actuary, Montoux’s founder and CEO Klaas Stijnen saw first-hand the challenges experienced by the insurance industry when it came to premium development. Existing actuarial modeling tools are cumbersome. The collaboration process is labor-intensive and time-consuming, inhibiting actuarial insights. This stifles innovation and eats up precious time for getting products to market. Klaas knew there had to be a better way, and so Montoux was born.
In essence Montoux provides a step change in life insurance premium development.
Klaas is a specialist financial modeler, business actuary, and consultant with over a decade of experience working with some of the world’s largest insurance brands in Europe and Asia, including PwC and Deloitte. When not steering the Montoux ship, you'll probably find Klaas taking advantage of the nearest swell.
Geoff's background in financial tech has seen him work around the world helping financial institutions and tech companies generate massive growth. When not heading up our US business from NYC, Geoff is most likely out running excessively long distances, and exploring the wilderness upstate.
Toni is an experienced COO, expertly building the infrastructure and culture to keep Montoux a high-performing team as we scale faster and faster. Toni is passionate about personal development and travel, as well as working in her spare time to grow a network of peer mentoring groups she started for women in leadership.
Dedicated to the integrity and quality of the Montoux platform, Gert heads up Montoux’s team of brilliant software engineers. He makes sure the wheels keep turning smoothly behind the scenes, seeking ever to enhance the functionality, security, and scalability of Montoux’s products. When not in the office, you may well find Gert out sailing his boat off the beautiful Wellington coast.
Montoux drives controlled transformation for life insurance carriers, to help them thrive - now and in the future.
We do this by providing technology that helps them optimize pricing outcomes. With a deeper understanding of risk, insurance carriers can improve pricing performance, and gain more confidence to make better decisions.