Ms. Truttmann holds a Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics from Illinois College in Jacksonville, Illinois and a Master’s Degree in mathematics from Western Illinois University in Macomb.
Ms. Truttmann has considerable experience in assignments involving loss reserving, funding studies, cost allocation mechanisms, loss cost projections, captive feasibility studies, and financial analysis of insurance companies. She is familiar in applying her expertise to all kinds of alternative market program structures from group captives to large deductible programs. She has worked extensively on many of the ten largest policyholder-owned alternative risk facilities in the Americas.
Ms. Truttmann has made presentations to brokers, captive finance boards, and CFO’s regarding loss reserving, future loss projections and how their company’s characteristics impact their actuarial calculations. She is also active in research that involves analyzing companies with adverse reserve development and arriving at conclusions supported by the underlying data. This information is then disseminated to the profession through seminars such as the Financial Regulators Program at Illinois State University and Pinnacle’s Apex Discussion series.
December 2019 APEX
Three Perspectives on Peer Review
Authored by Erich A. Brandt and Darcie R. Truttmann.
June 2012 Apex Discussion Series
Insurance Market Risk
Authored by Joseph A. Herbers and Darcie R. Truttmann.
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