Risk Management

Attacq Welcomes Insight Actuaries & Consultants to Gateway West, Waterfall City

Risk management specialist firm moves to Waterfall

Attacq, the pioneer of the innovative precinct hub concept, is delighted to announce Insight Actuaries & Consultants as the newest member of the Waterfall City community. Africa’s largest health-focused actuarial consultancy relocated to Gauteng’s premier business hub, further cementing the precinct’s leading position as the province’s location of choice for professional organisations.

Risk management has become a critical tool in the arsenal of future-focused organisations seeking a proactive approach to business resilience. As the latest client to make Waterfall City its new home, Insight Actuaries’ proposition is a valuable complement to the service-businesses already benefitting from the City’s address.

Insight Actuaries is a unique firm with specialised expertise in market-leading consulting, data management, business intelligence and analytics that assist clients in managing risks and developing opportunities. The analytical expertise in healthcare that the company has spent years mastering is now being deployed in other fields, including investments, insurance, banking, and retail.

Christoff Raath, joint CEO of Insight Actuaries, commented, Insight Actuaries is a firm of hand-picked actuaries and consultants, who are tenacious problem-solvers who enjoy resolving complexities and innovating to build tools and enable outcomes. We are performance and values-driven, and it was important to us to partner with a property owner that embodied similar principles. Attacq prioritises staying ahead of the curve and values innovation; at Waterfall, they have developed a compelling live-work-play proposition that is a clear solution to our people and business needs.”

Located beside the northern entrance of the Mall of Africa, the 13 803m² iconic office space offers unique access to all the amenities Waterfall City has to offer. These include direct access to the mall, access to public transport, the Gautrain bus stop and station, as well as outdoor social spaces. In addition, the gold LEED-certified building embodies modern architecture through its corporate square and green open space, making it ideal for informal discussions or meetings.

“Key considerations for identifying a new space for our business were safety, accessibility, quality amenities within the building and surrounding areas, and an environment that highlights our professionalism while motivating our people. Gateway West meets all our requirements and more, making it the perfect space to home our employees.   It is somewhere they can enjoy working, be proud to invite clients, or have the after-hours benefit of convenient access to the retail, lifestyle and entertainment mecca that is the Waterfall precinct,” adds Raath from Insight Actuaries.

As part of being agile and able to accommodate changing client requirements proactively, Attacq develops workspaces that not only promote collaboration but also support access to amenities and infrastructure essential to a healthy work-life balance. With its beautifully designed activity-based working areas to help increase productivity; relaxation areas that allow colleagues to socialise and take a break from work tasks; and a pedestrian-friendly and bikeable neighbourhood for employees who enjoy an active lifestyle, Gateway West encapsulates this priority.

Jackie van Niekerk, Attacq CEO, said: “We are pleased to welcome Insight Actuaries to the Waterfall community. The calibre of professional services clients we continue to attract is a real testament to Waterfall’s unique value proposition, firmly positioning this premier mixed-use destination as Gauteng’s business hub of choice.”

Gateway West which is fully let, is home to clients such as Sage, FNB and Spaces.







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