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Paul L. Correia, FSA, MAAA, CERA

Consulting Actuary
Portland, ME, US

Tel: +1 207 7711204

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Professional Designations

  • Fellow, Society of Actuaries
  • Member, American Academy of Actuaries
  • Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst, Society of Actuaries

Education

  • BA – Mathematics, University of Vermont
  • MA – Mathematics, University of Maine

Current Responsibility

Paul is a consulting actuary with the Portland, Maine, office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 2012.

Experience

Paul is a consulting actuary with extensive experience in disability and group life insurance. He has experience in pricing and valuation for a wide variety of disability and group life insurance programs.

Paul has also assisted universities, hospitals, and U.S. states with valuation and budgeting for their self-insured programs.

Paul was retained by the Society of Actuaries to write a research report on credibility methods for group disability insurance, which is a very important aspect of group pricing and underwriting.

Presentations

Paul has presented on experience rating methods for group life and disability products at the 2014 Society of Actuaries Annual Meeting and at the 2014 Group Underwriters Association of America annual meeting.

Paul was the moderator for a session on disability product developments at the Society of Actuaries Health Meeting in June 2012, where he also presented on hybrid disability product design.

Paul presented the results from the 2012 Annual Survey of the U.S. Individual Disability Income Insurance Market Survey at the SOA Annual Meeting in October 2012.

Publications

Paul has authored several articles on topics ranging from risk pooling methods to the sale of group life and disability products on private health exchanges.

Paul is a contributor to Best's Review, Benefits Perspective, The Disability Newsletter, and The Actuarial Foundation's Financial Smarts Newsletter.

  • Work at Milliman

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