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Advancing Your Knowledge of Insurance Operations to Enhance the Actuarial Role

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CAS members are sought after globally for their insights and abilities to apply analytics to solve insurance and risk management problems. As such, P&C actuaries become even better positioned within their organization if they use their analytical skills in other areas of insurance operations, such as marketing, underwriting, claims management, distribution, P&L leadership, and corporate strategy.

In this interactive and engaging panel discussion, four CAS actuaries will share stories of how they used their analytical skills to address operational challenges and opportunities presented by managers and executives outside of traditional actuarial roles.

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn how actuaries can use their actuarial and analytical skills in other areas of insurance operations
  2.  Describe the strategic perspectives of insurance leaders and how actuaries can increase their overall understanding of the insurance business
  3. Think more broadly about their functions within their company, industry, and community
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  • Laura Doddington

    Laura Doddington is North American Head of Personal Lines for Insurance Consulting and Technology at WTW. Laura advises insurance clients on improving their underwriting, pricing, product development, carrier operations, distribution, and sales capabilities. She has a wealth of expertise acquired over nearly 20 years in the insurance industry across North America and the UK.

  • Jason K. Machtinger

    Jason Machtinger is a Senior Vice President in the Reinsurance Solutions division of Aon. Jason has been with Aon for over 15 years, providing reinsurance structuring and strategic advice to a wide array of clients across Canada and the Caribbean. Previously Jason held actuarial roles at ING Insurance (now Intact) and PwC with almost 27 years of total experience. Jason received his FCAS in 2003, has a Masters of Mathematics in Actuarial Science from the University of Waterloo and a Bachelor of Science in Actuarial and Computer Science from Western University.

  • Mei Dong

    Ms. Dong has been Vice-President of Power Corporation since 2020. Prior to joining the Power group in 2019, Ms. Dong was Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company, providing management consulting services for global financial services companies. Prior to that, she held the roles of Actuary at Munich Reinsurance and PwC Actuarial Insurance & Management Solutions. Ms. Dong holds a Master of Business Administration degree from New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business as well as a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Randolph-Macon Women’s College in Lynchburg, Virginia. She is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society.

  • Alessandro Markovic

    Alessandro Markovic is an Actuarial Associate at The Hartford. He completed a rotation in Commercial Auto pricing and is now in a Territory Actuarial team. He studied Actuarial Science at Siena College and received his ACAS in Fall 2021.

May 12, 2022
Thu 12:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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