Actuarial Risk Management launches Risk Strategies and Solutions for Executives (SRSE) | Texas News


AUSTIN, TX, December 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Actuarial Risk Management Ltd. (“ARM”), a leading actuarial consulting firm, today announced the addition of David Ingram and Max Rodolphe as senior ERM consulting actuaries to lead the company’s new Risk Strategies and Solutions initiative for executives. Collectively bringing over 80 years of enterprise risk management (ERM) expertise, Ingram and Rudolph will be instrumental in launching ARM’s new offering, which will include a cutting-edge newsletter, webinar and interactions. one-on-one focused on risk topics. The new offering is designed to stimulate risk discussions with P&C, life and health insurance executives.

A recognized expert in the risk management industry, Ingram led Willis Re’s ERM Advisory Group for over a decade. Additionally, he was previously part of the insurance ratings group at Standard and Poor’s (S&P), where he led their initiative to integrate ERM into insurance ratings. Ingram is a frequent writer and speaker on ERM topics, having received the Best Practice Paper award at the annual ERM Symposium on four occasions. He recently served as Chairman of the Business and Financial Risk Committee of the International Actuarial Association (IAA), Chairman of the ERM Committee of the United States Actuarial Standards Board, and Chairman of the IAA ERM Working Group of the Standards Committee. actuarial. In these roles, he was instrumental in promulgating the first professional practice standards related to ERM for actuaries in the United States and around the world.

Ingram will primarily focus on the intersection of risk and strategy for insurers, working with experts from ARM to develop material for the SRSE program.

Former Vice President of Financial Risk Management at Mutual of OmahaRudolph has taught graduate-level courses in GRE and investment topics as an adjunct professor at Creighton University for 11 years. Additionally, he has conducted extensive research and produced industry reports on topics such as interest rates, climate, pandemics, and a variety of financial topics related to ERM and emerging risks.

Prior to joining ARM, Rudolph developed an asset-liability management process for an insurer and managed the company’s financial risk. He has developed and peer-reviewed insurers’ internal risk management processes as well as improved communications with stakeholders such as boards of directors and rating agencies. Rudolph is a former Board Member of the Society of Actuaries and Chair of the Investments Section. He served on the board of the CFA Society Nebraska and chaired the American Academy of Actuaries’ Economic Scenarios Task Force. He is currently a member of the SOA Research Executive Committee and the Disaster and Climate Committee.

Rudolph’s primary focus will be stability of asset and liability assumptions and improved practical decision-making over long-term horizons.

“Dave and Max bring deep industry experience and risk leadership to ARM,” said Corwin Zas, Principal Founder at ARM. “We are delighted to have them join the company and complement our existing global actuarial resource pool for current and potential clients. And we look forward to leveraging their deep risk expertise to develop practical solutions that enable our clients of insurance to face the evolution of the risk environment.”

About Actuarial Risk Management Ltd.

Actuarial Risk Management (“ARM”) brings unparalleled actuarial expertise with successful collaboration and a cost-effective framework to an ever-growing list of global clients. Its proven business model is no longer the alternative but the dominant choice today as more and more organizations seek independent, practical and creative consulting solutions. Since 2006, ARM has provided actuarial services to BDO United States LLP and members of its global network BDO and is a valuable strategic partner for many Top 30 accounting firms.

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