Jacqueline Lewis, FCAS, MAAA, has been promoted to chief risk officer at Tokio Marine North America Services (TMNAS). Lewis joined TMNAS in 2019 and has been leading the enterprise risk management team since then. She has more than 30 years of actuarial experience, serving in both primary insurance and consulting actuarial roles at several leading organizations, including Willis Towers Watson and ACE Group. Since joining TMNAS, she has also taken on responsibility for the overall environmental, social and governance efforts of the TMNAS companies.
Joseph Kilroy, FCAS, MAAA, has been promoted to chief actuarial officer at TMNAS. In his new role, Kilroy will assume responsibility for the TMNAS actuarial team and the services it provides to the Tokio Marine North America companies, including Philadelphia Insurance Companies, Tokio Marine America and First Insurance Company of Hawaii. Kilroy joined TMNAS in September 2021 as senior vice president and deputy chief actuary after a long career at Aon Global Risk Consulting leading their retail actuarial practice.
Gary Wang, FCAS, has been appointed as senior consulting actuary at Pinnacle Actuarial Resources, Inc. (Pinnacle). Wang re-joins Pinnacle from a large insurance consultancy, where he continued his analytics focus on a consulting team. Prior to that position, Wang was a senior consulting actuary at Pinnacle for approximately 15 years. He has extensive experience in the application of advanced statistical modeling techniques for insurance. His areas of expertise include rating and underwriting plan design, homeowners and automobile, including vehicle characteristics analysis and scorecard and territory boundary development, among others. Wang has worked in the P&C industry since 1999 and currently serves on the CAS Ratemaking, Product and Modeling Seminar Planning Committee.
Achille Sime, who is a CAS Affiliate member, has been appointed consulting actuary at Pinnacle. Sime joins Pinnacle from his own consulting firm, SL Financial. He has over 19 years of experience in consulting and is a qualified actuary in the U.S. as well as France. He has served as an appointed actuary and loss reserve specialist for a number of companies in Bermuda and the U.S. His areas of practice include rate filings, actuarial pricing and catastrophe modeling for reinsurance renewals and loss reserve and funding studies for captive insurance companies and self-insured entities. Sime was the first Fellow of the Society of Actuaries in the general insurance track and has served on professional committees, including on the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ Educational Standards and Assessment Guidance Project, the American Academy of Actuaries’ (AAA) P/C Extreme Events and Property Lines and the Property and Casualty Risk-Based Capital Committees as well as the AAA’s Committee on Property and Liability Financial Reporting (COPLFR).
Megan Camanocha, ACAS, has been appointed consulting actuary at Pinnacle. Camanocha brings considerable P&C actuarial and predictive analytics experience to Pinnacle. She has worked for several large insurance carriers and possesses a strong pricing background, with a track record in personal and commercial product lines. Her actuarial expertise includes rate adequacy and rate plan development for homeowners, inland marine and businessowners insurance products and workers’ compensation reserving. Throughout her career, she has been committed to the development of women professionals in the actuarial and analytics fields. Currently, Camanocha co-leads the Measurement and Reporting Committee of the Network of Actuarial Women and Allies (NAWA).