Financial Examinations and Market Conduct Examinations.
"Working closely with regulators to strengthen and streamline the regulatory process is our true goal."
John has worked exclusively with State Insurance Departments for over 25 years as a consultant on examinations of Managed Care Organizations, Life and Accident companies, and Property & Casualty companies as well as on numerous other regulatory projects covering both financial and market conduct issues. His work includes review of actuarial opinions and memorandums, reinsurance, risk based capital, feasibility and financial projections, and other work as needed to understand current issues.
He enjoys working closely with regulators to help find solutions to issues faced by insurers and consumers.
John is a member of the NAIC Accreditation Review Team. He has been actively involved in an NAIC working group formed to revise sampling guidance in the NAIC Financial Condition Examiners Handbook. John has also written articles for the Society of Financial Examiners (SOFE) quarterly publication, The Examiner, on various subjects including: getting the full value from the actuary during examinations, premium stabilization programs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and the use of sampling in examinations. Further, John has been instrumental in developing computer aided audit techniques to solve market conduct issues, such as analysis of claim timeliness and identification of race based premiums.
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