Daniel has been in the property/casualty industry since 2005. He has focused primarily on providing his clients with loss reserving and loss forecasting analyses, as well as captive feasibility studies. Often, these studies involve multiple participants sharing risk. Daniel has focused on actuarially sound allocation models that promote equity among participants, reducing the risk of adverse selection.
He has also performed capital adequacy studies designed to estimate the appropriate level of capital on a company’s balance sheet. This ensures that his clients are holding enough capital to support their risks, but also identifies if they are holding too much, allowing his clients to use their capital efficiently and take advantage of opportunities as they arise.
Daniel is actively engaged at industry events promoting the actuarial profession. He has spoken at the Association of Governmental Risk Pools (AGRiP), Casualty Actuaries of the Southeast, the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA), Tennessee Captive Insurance Association (TCIA), Vermont Captive Insurance Association (VCIA) and Public Risk Management Association (PRIMA).
Daniel has served as the appointed actuary for several single-parent and group captive insurance companies. He also assisted multiple self-insureds and governmental risk pools on matters related to financial reporting and estimates of unpaid liability and prospective funding, routinely presenting to boards of directors and executive committees charged with financial reporting.