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Scott Anderson, Senior Vice President and Actuary, has over two decades of casualty insurance experience that spans lines of business from personal lines to latent liability in the London Market and businesses from small regional carriers to large multinational insurers. He primarily leads projects providing pricing, reserving and predictive modeling solutions in lines of business where claim data may be volatile due to data volume or high severity low frequency claim activity. Many projects also include regulatory aspects such as official statements of actuarial opinion, rate filings, SAP and GAAP reporting as well as offshore captive issues. Key clients include regional insurance companies as well as insurance organizations, self-insured companies and captives with construction and heavy industry exposures.
Before joining Gross Consulting, Scott was most recently Vice President and Actuary at Zurich North America. In that capacity, he served as the Chief Actuary for the Construction business unit and was responsible for overseeing all actuarial processes, analysis, and advice for the business unit. In addition, Scott spent ten years with St. Paul Travelers beginning in the Personal Insurance business unit and ultimately serving as the Chief Reserve Actuary and the company's appointed actuary. While Chief Reserve Actuary his duties included overseeing all global reserve analysis, managing the IBNR booking process, taking part in merger and acquisition activities, and representing company interests in discussions with state regulatory entities, the SEC, rating bureaus and stock analysts. Scott also held positions at Milwaukee Mutual Insurance and American Bankers Insurance.
Scott has been a frequent presenter at professional conferences and has served on COPLFR (the American Academy of Actuaries Committee on Property Liability Financial Reporting), CLRS (Casualty Loss Reserve Seminar) Planning Committee as well as the Board of Directors of the Autism Society of Minnesota.
Scott has a bachelor's degree in Mathematics with a minor in Statistics from the University of Minnesota. He is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society, a member of the American Academy of Actuaries and a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries.