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Digital Labor: Automation and Insurance

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  • Michael Berland

    Michael is a Director in PwC’s Financial Services New Services and Emerging Technologies Digital Consulting practice, specializing in Robotic and Intelligent Process Automation within Financial Services. He focuses on partnering with his clients to ensure RPA and digital technologies are used to effectively drive optimization / transformation efforts through setting a top-down automation strategy, centers of excellence, frameworks and methodologies for opportunity assessment, delivery, and support, and driving training and capability building throughout his clients. Prior to focusing on RPA, Michael specialized in large-scale transformations across Operations, Finance, and Compliance. His experience includes center of excellence design, operating model / governance model design, global program and project management, business analysis, test planning, coordination, and execution.
    Michael received his Masters in Business Administration as a Palmer Scholar from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, focusing on Organizational Effectiveness, Management, and Operations, and earned his Bachelor of Business Administration with High Distinction from the Stephen M. Ross school of Business at the University of Michigan with a focus in Strategy, Finance, and Accounting.

  • Liz Casazza

    Liz is a Manager in PwC’s Actuarial Service’s P&C practice, specializing in model validation, personal lines ratemaking, reserving and actuarial/insurance modernization.
    Liz has worked with clients to validate a range of actuarial and analytical models, utilizing statistical and actuarial analyses to ensure compliance with management and federal requirements. In addition to model validation, Liz has experience performing loss reserving and pricing analyses for both small and large companies, spanning numerous industries and lines of business.
    Liz has worked with companies seeking to modernize their insurance operations, helping to develop and enhance product offerings via gap assessments, updated risk rating plans and new product development.
    Liz received her Bachelors of Business Administration in Mathematics and Finance from the University of Notre Dame. Liz is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.

  • Timothy Landick

    Tim is a partner in PwC’s Financial Service practice based in our Philadelphia and New York offices. He is an insurance professional with more than 27 years of experience in actuarial analysis of data and trends for insurers, reinsurers, and corporate self-insured entities, including extensive experience with actuarial function effectiveness.
    Tim leads multidisciplinary project teams in the delivery of PwC’s services, including projects involving actuarial, data assurance, and claims specialities. He has extensive experience designing and testing the effectiveness of controls over data within the actuarial reserving and financial reporting process, including IBNR allocation methodologies. He recently co-authored Corporate Governance and the Loss Reserve Process (CAS Forum) and PwC’s Actuarial Modernization Survey 2018. Tim holds a BA in Mathematics and Economics from Temple University. In addition, he is Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (MAAA).

March 21, 2019
Thu 12:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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