Moody's Insurance Summit 
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM


Michael Burger
Executive Director, Sabin Center for Climate Change Law & Research Scholar and Lecturer in Law
Columbia Law School
As Executive Director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, Michael leads a dynamic team that is at the forefront of domestic and international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote climate change adaptation through pollution control, resource management, land use planning and green finance. Past and present projects involve collaborations with local and national environmental groups and government representatives, as well as international organizations such as the United Nations Environment Program, the United Nations Development Program, and the International Red Cross. Michael is a widely published scholar, a frequent speaker at conferences and symposiums, and a regular source for media outlets. He has taught at Columbia Law School, NYU Law School and Roger Williams School of Law, and has lead short courses on climate change and human rights in the Hague and Grand Cayman. He is also a co-founder and member of the Environmental Law Collaborative.

Prior to joining the Sabin Center Michael was an associate professor at Roger Williams University School of Law, where he taught environmental law, administrative law, and law and literature, and was founder and director of the Environmental and Land Use Law Clinical Externship program. He previously taught in the Lawyering Program at New York University School of Law, and served as an attorney in the Environmental Law Division of New York City’s Office of the Corporation Counsel. Michael is a graduate of Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and an articles editor for the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law; and of Brown University, where he graduated magna cum laude and received the Ratcliffe Hicks Prize for highest standing in language and literature. He also holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Creative Writing program at NYU.
Robert Ceske
Rob brings over 20 years of experience in risk management and capital markets from banks, consulting companies and insurance corporations. Prior to joining KPMG, Rob co-led the risk and regulation service line for McKinsey & Company and was the Chief Risk Manager for Corporate Treasury at GE/GE Capital, where he received the 2009 Pinnacle Award and 2006 President’s Award from the Association for Financial Professionals, the GE Treasurer’s Award and two Alexander Hamilton Awards.

During his career, Rob oversaw risk for a $12B fund that issues Guaranteed Investment Contracts and defeasance for synthetic CDOs and invests in corporates, ABS, RMBS and CMBS assets. He created and oversaw a global risk management function at GE Treasury that had company-wide oversight of derivative products, exposure to financial institutions, market risk, and business continuity. He also served as the Chair of the ALCO and the Valuation Committee.

Rob has led the selection, implementation and testing of an Asset/Liability Management system used for investment planning and stress testing on the asset portfolio of a Global Systemically Important Insurer. He has also helped large, global diversified insurance company re-organize and transform its global treasury operations. He assisted a Systemically Important Financial Institution with the evaluation of its capital and liquidity preparedness for meeting likely supervisory standards. 

Rob earned a BA from Cornell Univeristy and MBA from New York University. 
Steve Cochrane
Managing Director, Economic Research
Moody's Analytics
Steven G. Cochrane, PhD, is Managing Director with Moody’s Analytics. As the Head of Regional Economic Research, Steve directs the development activities of the economic research staff and management of the U.S. and global regional forecasting services. Steve speaks regularly on regional economic conditions and is editor of the Moody’s Analytics Regional Financial Review, covering U.S. macro, regional, and industry trends and international conditions. Steve has been an economist with Moody’s Analytics since 1993. He holds a PhD in regional science from the University of Pennsylvania and is a Penn Institute for Urban Research Scholar. Steve earned a master’s degree at the University of Colorado at Denver, and a bachelor’s degree at the University of California at Davis.

Steven G. Cochrane, PhD, is managing director with Moody’s Analytics, specializing in U.S. and global regional economic conditions.
Devanshu Dhyani
Managing Director, Financial Institutions Group
Goldman Sachs
Devanshu is a managing director in the Financial Institutions Group in the Investment Banking Division. He focuses on the insurance industry specializing in Mergers & Acquisitions, financing and corporate finance advisory for clients in the property casualty, life and reinsurance sectors. Previously, he was part of the Structured Finance Group providing capital relief and risk management solutions via capital markets to insurance clients. Devanshu joined Goldman Sachs in 2006 as an associate and was named managing director in 2015.

Prior to joining the firm, Devanshu worked as a consultant at The Boston Consulting Group specializing in strategic advisory assignments for financial services clients.

Devanshu earned a BASc and an MPhil in Computer Engineering from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Lori M. Evangel
Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer
Lori M. Evangel is Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer for Genworth. Lori joined Genworth in January of 2014. Prior to Genworth she was Managing Director and Chief Risk Officer at Aflac’s Global Investment Division. Prior to Aflac Lori served as Enterprise Risk Officer at MetLife with responsibility for global enterprise risk management leading a cross-functional team in more than 50 countries. Lori also served in key risk management roles at MBIA Insurance and Moody’s Investor Services. At Genworth Lori is responsible for leading all aspects of enterprise risk management including creating, implementing, and leading global risk management systems and strategies.

Lori holds a BA in Political Science from Middlebury College in Vermont and an MBA in Finance from the State University of New York at Albany. She resides in Richmond, Virginia with her family.
Simon Harris
Managing Director, Global Insurance and Managed Investments
Moody's Investors Service
Simon Harris is Managing Director for Global Insurance and Managed Investments, based in London. He is responsible for Moody’s analytic teams maintaining Moody’s ratings on re/insurers and managed investments globally.

Simon joined Moody’s European Insurance team in 1998, working on analysis of UK and German life and non-life insurance groups, and assumed managerial responsibilities for EMEA Insurance in 2005, Nordic Banking in 2009, and Moody’s Global Insurance and Managed Investments in 2014. Prior to joining Moody’s, Simon was an actuary with Co-operative Financial Services in Manchester, England. Simon holds a B.A. in Economics from Leeds University, and is a Fellow of the UK Institute of Actuaries (FIA).
Sarah Hibler
Associate Managing Director, Property and Casualty Group
Moody's Investors Service
Sarah Hibler is an Associate Managing Director in the Property and Casualty Group at Moody’s Investors Service. She is responsible for managing analysts who cover a broad array of P&C insurers and insurance brokers. Prior to joining Moody’s in 1997, Ms. Hibler was a senior manager in the mergers & acquisitions practice of Deloitte & Touche LLP in New York City. At Deloitte & Touche, she also worked for a number of years in both the New York and London offices providing auditing and consulting services to insurance companies.

Ms. Hibler holds a degree in business administration from the University of Michigan and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Colin Holmes
Managing Director, Head of Insurance Solutions
Moody's Analytics
Colin is Managing Director of Insurance Solutions at Moody’s Analytics. The bulk of Colin’s career has been spent in financial risk management with Barrie & Hibbert (B&H) and Moody’s Analytics. During his time at B&H, Colin had a broad involvement across the business, working within a range of technical, management and customer-focused roles, in the UK, Europe and the US. The business’ growth resulted in the acquisition of B&H by Moody’s Analytics in 2011.

Since joining Moody’s Analytics, Colin has been involved across the ERS Insurance business, focused on implementation services. In his current role, Colin has overall responsibility for the Enterprise Risk Solutions business in the insurance sector.
Richard Leblanc
Senior Vice President, Global Acquisitions
RGA Reinsurance Company
Richard Leblanc is responsible for leading multi-disciplinary teams in the acquisition of in-force life and annuity blocks, and as well as run-off life insurance companies. He focuses on transaction origination, structuring, financing, negotiation, the regulatory approval process and on post-close optimization. He recently led the successful third party equity capital raise for Langhorne Re. Prior to being named to his current role, Richard joined RGA in 2009 as Vice President of Structured Finance, where he developed and implemented a series of innovative capital market financing facilities for RGA.

Richard has 27 years of experience in the insurance industry spanning the life, P&C, financial guarantee, brokerage and risk advisory sectors. Throughout his career, Richard has led deal teams analyzing and deploying capital across a broad range of insurance portfolios. Previously Richard was the Managing Director, Structured Insurance at Ambac Assurance in New York City, where he underwrote financial guarantees for some of the most innovative life insurance linked securitizations. He also led a multi-faceted rehabilitation of a complex multi-billion financing vehicle severely impacted by the global financial crisis.

While at Manulife Financial he served as a vice president in their corporate M&A group where he evaluated a wide range of insurance, distribution and wealth management platforms in North America and Asia. Richard was previously a vice president in Manulife’s reinsurance division where his team delivered capital motivated reinsurance solutions to life reinsurers across Europe and North America. He has also served as a special risks P&C broker at Sedgwick, where he specialized in helping multinational corporations finance uninsurable risks through the use of captives and a variety of alternative risk transfer techniques.

Richard is a Certified Public Accountant (Illinois), and a Chartered Professional Accountant (Ontario) and started his career with KPMG in Toronto, Canada.
Jeff Mulholland
Managing Director
Jeff is a Managing Director in PwC’s New York office and leads Actuarial Service’s Return on Capital Optimization team. He is responsible for advising both domestic and international insurance and reinsurance clients on optimizing return on capital and therefore their stock price through more effective asset allocation, reinvestment strategy, hedging strategy, reinsurance strategy and M&A strategy.

Since 1991, Jeff has worked for premier investment banks and hedge funds in the insurance sector.  More specifically, he  founded Goldman Sachs’ derivatives ALM business for the insurance and reinsurance industries, executing tens of billions of hedges while leading that business. 
His last position prior to PwC was running Societe Generale’s Cross Asset Solutions business for insurance and reinsurance companies in the Americas, and founding and leading its global longevity business.  The longevity business received the 2014 award from Insurance Risk as the best bank in the  longevity sector based upon successful executions.

Jeff graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Wharton School in 1986, and is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Deanna M. Mulligan
President and Chief Executive Officer
The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America
Deanna M. Mulligan is President and Chief Executive Officer of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America (Guardian). She is also a member of Guardian’s Board of Directors.

Ms. Mulligan was named Chief Executive Officer in July 2011 and previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer since 2010. She joined Guardian in 2008 as Executive Vice President in charge of the company's Individual Life & Disability business. In this role, she was responsible for developing and leading Guardian’s product and business strategy to drive the company's continued growth in these markets.

Ms. Mulligan’s background is in both strategy consulting and operational management. She founded DMM Management Solutions, LLC, a life insurance consultancy, and was a Principal at McKinsey and Company. While at McKinsey she also served as co-leader of the North American Life Insurance Practice and was a member of the firm’s Organizational Performance Practice. Ms. Mulligan has held senior positions at AXA Financial, New York Life Insurance Company, and ChannelPoint, a technology enterprise, throughout her career.

Active across the industry and in the community, Ms. Mulligan is a Board member of Vanguard, the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI), the Department of Financial Services State Insurance Advisory Board, the Partnership for New York City, the Economic Club of New York, the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP), and the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT. Ms. Mulligan was appointed to, and served on, the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans from 2014 to 2015, was Chair of the Board of the ACLI from 2015 to 2016. She is currently a member of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Advisory Council, and served as a Director on the Board of Arch Capital, a Bermuda-based re-insurer.

In 2017, Fortune named her one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” and Crain’s New York Business recognized her as one of “The 50 Most Powerful Women in New York” for the fourth time since 2010.

Ms. Mulligan graduated from the University of Nebraska with High Distinction and holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Matthew Nielsen
Senior Director, Global Governmental and Regulatory Affairs
Matthew Nielsen leads Governmental and Regulatory Affairs at RMS. He is responsible for maintaining relationships with regulators, legislators, and rating agencies on behalf of the company to establish open channels of communication around RMS models and solutions. 

Matthew is a meteorologist and geographer with extensive experience in North American catastrophe risk. In his prior role at RMS, he was responsible for developing the RMS climate peril models for the Americas, including the severe convective storm, winter storm, flood, and hurricane models. He has conducted field reconnaissance for major catastrophes including Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy. Before joining RMS, Matthew conducted remote sensing in satellite meteorology research at the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA).

He holds a BS in physics from Ripon College, where he won the Henry Knop Award in Physics, and an MS in atmospheric science from Colorado State University. Matthew is a member of the American Meteorological Society (AMS), the International Society of Catastrophe Managers (ISCM), and the American Association of Geographers (AAG).
Esteban Paez
Oliver Wyman Actuarial Consulting
Esteban Paez is a Principal in the New York office of Oliver Wyman. He has over ten years of consulting experience for insurers, reinsurers, investment banks and private equity firms, with a primary focus on mergers and acquisitions (M&A). He is the M&A leader of the Actuarial Consulting Practice of Oliver Wyman.

Prior to joining Oliver Wyman, Esteban was a Senior Consultant with Willis Towers Watson’s Risk Consulting & Software practice.

He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Marc Pinto
Managing Director, Financial Institutions
Moody's Investors Service
Marc is currently responsible for the Americas Insurance and Global Managed Investments practice. This includes ratings on over 200 insurance groups, 60 asset managers and 600 investment funds across 20 countries. He brings to this role a wide range of experience in the fixed income markets, having worked as a sell-side, buy-side and rating agency analyst. Prior to re-joining Moody’s in 2014, Marc worked for broker/dealer Susquehanna International where he was the Head of Corporate Bond Strategy. Before that, Marc was with Moody’s as the Group Credit Policy Officer for US Banking. During his career on the sell-side, Marc was a Managing Director at Merrill Lynch responsible for several credit research groups, including Head of Credit Research for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Head of Credit Research for the Americas and Head of Global Emerging Markets Fixed Income and Economics Research. His work experience also includes a stint as portfolio manager of the KBW Credit Opportunity Fund at an affiliate of Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, now part of Stifel Financial.

Marc received his MBA in finance and marketing from Columbia Business School and a BA in International Relations from Trinity College (CT). He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst and a member of the Fixed Income Analyst Society and New York Society of Security Analysts.
Alessandrea Quane
Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer
American International Group
Alessandrea Quane serves as Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer for AIG, bringing over 20 years experience to her role on the Executive Leadership Team. She oversees the strategic management of risk on an enterprise-wide basis. Alessa is also responsible for reinsurance and value-based performance metrics at AIG. Alessa has served in a number of increasingly senior roles within Risk and Actuarial at AIG, including Chief Corporate Actuary and Head of Global Actuarial and Value Management, and Chief Risk Officer of AIG Property Casualty.

Alessa has extensive experience in both the domestic and international markets, having spent 13 years in Europe. She started the Pricing and Corporate Actuarial functions in Europe and the UK after which she moved to NY to start the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) function for the international business within Property Casualty. Prior to AIG, Alessa specialized in pricing and research for non-standard auto at Allstate.

Alessa is a member of the North Amercian CRO Council, a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society, a member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an affiliate member of the Institute of Actuaries. Alessa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in Actuarial Science from Drake University.
Scott Robinson
Associate Managing Director, Life Insurance Group
Moody's Investors Service
Mr. Robinson is an Associate Managing Director in the Life Insurance Group at Moody’s Investors Service. He is responsible for managing analysts who cover a broad array of life and health insurance companies. Prior to joining Moody’s in 1999, Mr. Robinson worked in the Investment Policy and Strategy Group of the Trust Company of the West. Previously he had been with AXA Financial.

Mr. Robinson holds a degree in economics from Duke University and a Masters Degree in Actuarial Science from Georgia State University. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a CFA charterholder.
Elisabetta Russo
ERM Advisor
Elisabetta is a risk actuary.  She is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in the UK, Italy and Russia and member of the Casualty Actuarial Society and Risk Management Society (RIMS) in the United States. 

She holds a master’s degree with honors in Actuarial Science and Statistics from the University of Trieste in Italy where she regularly lectures on risk management and coaches students.

In July 2014, Elisabetta joined the NAIC to be the ERM Advisor to the state departments of insurance. She designed and delivered a three-year ORSA training program for the state regulators and she developed the ORSA review tools and procedures for the financial analysts and financial examiners of the state departments of insurance.  To date, she has assisted the states with the review of more than 150 ORSA filings and she continues to support these reviews.

At the NAIC, she is also involved in supporting several NAIC working groups with the development of RBC charges for operational and CAT risks, the Group Capital Calculation and the international capital standard for internationally active insurers.
She works closely with the ERM Committees of several actuarial associations and with insurance trade associations in the US to share regulatory feedback on ORSA and ERM related matters. She is a regular speaker at conferences and has run several ORSA workshops and webinars for insurers, in particularly for the health insurance industry, to help them prioritize their ORSA implementation efforts and interpret the regulatory guidance. 

Prior to joining the NAIC, for nearly 3 years, Elisabetta led the Deloitte Solvency practice and P&C risk modelling team for the United States in New York City.  Prior to that, she worked for nearly 15 years for PwC in London and in Moscow.  She set up the actuarial practice for Central Eastern Europe and she served as a member of the Global Solvency II Steering Committee for Europe, advising the largest European insurance groups on all 3 pillars (capital assessment, ERM & ORSA and risk reporting).  During her consulting career, she worked with other non-U.S. regulators as an advisor, model validator and trainer.
Prakash Shimpi
Life Chief Actuary
American Family Insurance
Prakash Shimpi is Life Chief Actuary at Madison, Wisconsin-based American Family Insurance, which he joined in May 2017.  He is also Founder and President of Fraime LLC through which he has advised Private Equity, Insurance and FinTech companies on acquisitions and business strategy since 2003.

Prakash’s previous roles include: Chief Risk Officer at ING USA, ERM Global Practice Leader at Towers Perrin, CEO of Swiss Re Financial Services U.S., Managing Director in Insurance Corporate Finance at Chase, and Manager of Insurance Portfolio Strategies at Drexel Burnham Lambert.  In these roles he led several new initiatives including executing the market’s first California and Tokyo Earthquake Catastrophe Bonds, the market’s first Contingent Capital transactions and advanced Asset-Liability Management/Hedging methods for life insurance products.

Prakash has been recognized for his pioneering work in the convergence of insurance, capital markets and risk management.  He was principal author and editor of the book Integrating Corporate Risk Management (1999).  He has held Visiting Fellowships at Wharton and the London School of Economics.  In 2005 he received the President’s Award from the Society of Actuaries.  From 2012 to 2016, he was the only insurance industry executive appointed by the US Department of the Treasury to serve on the Financial Research Advisory Committee of the OFR, addressing risks to the financial services sector.  Prakash has a BSc (Econ) and an MSc in Operations Research from the London School of Economics and an MBA from the University of Chicago.  He is an actuary – FSA, CERA and MAAA – and a CFA Charterholder.
Ramy Tadros
Executive Vice President & Chief Risk Officer
MetLife, Inc.
Ramy Tadros is MetLife’s Chief Risk Officer and a member of the company’s Executive Group. In this role, he is responsible for monitoring, analyzing and managing risk for the enterprise.

Tadros joined the company in September 2017 from Oliver Wyman, the global management consulting firm that is a leader in advising the financial services sector. At Oliver Wyman, Tadros was the global head of the Insurance Practice and a member of the firm’s operating committee.

He has 20 years of experience advising clients in the insurance sector. During Tadros’ time with Oliver Wyman, he advised leading global insurers on risk, finance, strategy, and investment issues, including balance sheet and asset-liability management, product design and hedging. Most recently, Tadros supported the CEO and board of directors of one of the world’s largest global composite insurers in developing an enterprise strategy across its Life, Property & Casualty and Retirement businesses. He also advised MetLife on its challenge to its designation as a Systemically Important Financial Institution and the separation of Brighthouse Financial.

Tadros has also served as an advisor to leading private equity firms, providing strategic and financial advice regarding acquisitions of insurance and asset management businesses. He provided strategic and financial guidance pertaining to corporate clients on pension risk transfer transactions, including the first three landmark pension risk transfers worth more than $35 billion.

Prior to relocating to Oliver Wyman’s New York office in 2003, Tadros was based in the firm’s London office where he advised clients in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Australia, and South East Asia.

He graduated from Harvard University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics, magna cum laude.
Sarah Wilson
Director, Responsible Investing
Nuveen, a TIAA company
Sarah Wilson is a Director and member of the Responsible Investment team at Nuveen. Her responsibilities include the integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in the investment process across asset classes, with a focus on fixed income.  She also focuses on firm-wide climate change initiatives, as well as measuring the social and environmental impact of the firm’s public and private investments. 
Prior to joining TIAA, Nuveen’s parent company, in 2015, Ms. Wilson managed corporate sustainability reporting and renewable energy credit portfolios for Green Mountain Energy, a subsidiary of NRG, and helped structure debt financing for renewable energy projects as a summer associate at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. 

Ms. Wilson holds an M.B.A. and Master of Environmental Management from Yale University and a B.A. in Economics and Plan II Honors from the University of Texas at Austin.  She sits on the advisory board of the Yale Initiative for Sustainable Finance..
William KN Chan
Chief Investment Officer, HSBC Insurance (Asia) Limited Hong Kong
William KN Chan is the Chief Investment Officer for the HSBC Insurance (Asia) Limited Hong Kong business.

William has over two and half decades of experience in the investment and asset management industry. Prior to joining HSBC Insurance, he was Head of FX, Global Fixed Income at UBS Asset Management in the UK, and has previously held a number of positions across the HSBC Asset Management business.

William attended the University of Hong Kong, and has an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics & Political Science. He holds both CFA and FRM designations, and has published articles on portfolio strategy in the Pensions & Investments and MTA Journals.
Chris Hancorn
Partner, Asia Actuarial Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Chris Hancorn is the Partner who leads the Hong Kong team of PwC’s Asia Actuarial Services practice, applying the risk and analytical skills of actuaries to the life insurance industry, banking and other capital-intensive projects and industries.

He has over 20 years of experience in risk management, capital management, market reporting, product design, pricing and distribution, and actuarial valuation for long-term insurers, and has provided advice to
other industries on risk management and financial modelling.

Chris is an expert in risk and capital management for long-term insurers, and led a number of major projects for large insurers to develop capability in this area. In particular, he led projects to develop and review internal capital models and own-risk and solvency assessment processes that are central to financial management in today’s regulatory environment for insurers.

Prior to joining PwC, Chris qualified as a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries with The Standard Life Assurance Company where he performed a number of roles in the UK and the Republic of Ireland in product development, distribution and financial management.

Chris is an active member of the Actuarial Profession. He served on Council of the Faculty of Actuaries from 2008-2010 and a number of working parties, and is a Fellow member of the Actuarial Society of Hong Kong. He has a first class honours degree in Mathematics and Statistics from The University of Edinburgh.
Colin Holmes
Managing Director, Insurance Solutions, Enterprise Risk Solutions, Moody's Analytics
Colin is Managing Director of Insurance Solutions at Moody’s Analytics. The bulk of Colin’s career has been spent in financial risk management with Barrie & Hibbert (B&H) and Moody’s Analytics. During his time at B&H, Colin had a broad involvement across the business, working within a range of technical, management and customer-focused roles, in the UK, Europe and the US. The business’ growth resulted in the acquisition of B&H by Moody’s Analytics in 2011.

Since joining Moody’s Analytics, Colin has been involved across the ERS Insurance business, focused on implementation services. In his current role, Colin has overall responsibility for the Enterprise Risk Solutions business in the insurance sector.
Frank Yuen
Assistant Vice President - Analyst, Asia Financial Institutions, Moody's Investors Service
Frank Yuen is an Assistant Vice President with Moody’s Financial Institutions Group. Based in Hong Kong, he is part of the insurance rating team covering a portfolio of insurers in Asia Pacific.

Prior to joining Moody’s, Frank spent six years at BNP Paribas and Standard Chartered as an equity research analyst, covering banks and insurers in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. He also spent two years as a management trainee at Standard Chartered.

Frank graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, majoring in Actuarial Science. Frank Yuen is a CFA and FRM charterholder.
Andrew Waters
Director, Enterprise Risk Solutions, Moody's Analytics
Andrew Waters is a Director at Moody’s Analytics focused on enterprise risk management for the insurance sector. He is involved in the development of our advisory services offering, working with research, product, sales, and implementation services teams to deliver tailored solutions for insurers. For the preceding 6 years, he has been dedicated to providing Solvency II internal models, with experience in liability approximations (replicating portfolios, curve fitting, Least Squares Monte Carlo), ALM, hedging, Economic Capital Optimisation, and stress testing. Andrew has over 10 years’ experience in risk management for pensions, banks, asset managers, and insurers. Before joining Moody’s Analytics, he has worked at Markit/QuIC, Algorithmics, Mercer, and RBC. Andrew is a CFA Charterholder, and holds a variety of designations including the FRM, PRM, and CAIA.


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