March 20 | 12:00 pm -1:30 pm EST
Understanding Actuarial Reports
Actuarial reports are an integral part of the insurance and self-insurance financial reporting and budgeting process. This session will highlight the key conclusions of an actuarial report and how they are derived and used. It will also discuss the data needed and the time line necessary to produce a report.
- What an actuarial report is and why it is needed
- What data is needed and the timeline necessary for producing a report
- Understanding the key conclusions of an actuarial report and how they are used
- Interpreting the trends that drive claim costs
Mujtaba has over 30 years’ experience providing actuarial services within the insurance and risk management fields. His experience includes tenure in a commercial carrier, rating bureaus and consulting. He is currently a director and actuary at Aon Global Risk Consulting, leading the public entity actuarial practice.
He has presented before PRIMA, CAJPA, CASBO, PARMA, AGRiP, APTA, STRIMA, NLC and the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, and pool boards on understanding actuarial reports and its findings, financial measures and cost allocations. He is the cornerstone of the financial boot camps of the Aon Pooling Symposia.
Mujtaba attended Columbia University and holds the professional designation Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society. He is a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries.