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Michael A. Henk, FCAS, MAAA

Consulting Actuary
Brookfield, WI, US

Tel: +1 262 7842250

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Professional Designations

  • Fellow, Casualty Actuarial Society
  • Member, American Academy of Actuaries

Education

  • BS, Actuarial Science, Drake University, 2006

Current Responsibility

Michael is a consulting actuary with the Milwaukee office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 2006.

Experience

Michael’s areas of expertise are property and casualty insurance, including ratemaking statistics, predictive modeling, loss reserving, and stochastic analyses of reserve variability. He has extensive experience in commercial lines, including workers’ compensation, professional liability, general liability and auto liability.

He also has extensive experience analyzing mortgage insurance risk as it relates to domestic and international reserves, reinsurance, and state housing finance agencies. His background includes consulting assignments for most of the nation’s private mortgage insurers, several small public mortgage insurers, financial guaranty insurers, as well as several government agencies.

Publications

  • “Blockchain: An Insurance Focus,” November 2016, Milliman Insight, with Robert Bell
  • "Crafting Insurance for the New Brewery Industry", August 2016, Milliman Insight, with Rachel Neuville
  • "Insurance Fraud and Social Media", July 2016, Milliman Insight, with Leah Windt
  • "Pokémon Go and Augmented Reality: Not all Fun and Games", July 2016, Milliman Insight
  • "DFS Moneyball: Beating Daily Fantasy Sports with Predictive Analytics", March 2016, Milliman Insight, with Nicholas Blaubach
  • "Student Loan Debt Update: A Look at a Possible Future", February 2016, Milliman Insight, with Katherine Pipkorn
  • "Current Expected Credit Loss: Implementation and Implications", April 2014, MBA Member White Paper Program, with Jonathan Glowacki and Leighton Hunley

Industry presentations

  • "Looking for the Next Earthquake Surprise: The Unknowns of Earthquakes", 2016 CAS Spring Meeting, 2016
  • "Introduction to GLM with Application to Smoothing and Extrapolating Development Patterns", 2015 CAS Loss Reserving Seminar
  • "Effective Reserving Project Management", 2014 CAS Loss Reserving Seminar
  • "Loss Variability and Reserve Ranges", 2013 CAS Loss Reserving Seminar
  • "Mortgage Insurance: What Have We Learned", 2013 CAS Special Interest Seminar

Committees

  • CAS Program Planning Committee
  • CAS University Liaison
  • CAS Candidate Liaison Committee
  • Joint CAS/SOA Committee on Career Encouragement and Actuarial Diversity
  • Work at Milliman

    • “I was offered a chance to come in, shake things up, create something."
    Work at Milliman