DANIEL J. WALKER
- Present Position
Provides property and casualty, accident and health, and life insurance actuarial, technical, and auditing services. Works with the Consulting Actuaries in conducting feasibility, reserve, and ratemaking analyses for insurance entities and self-insured groups; and in conducting actuarial analyses for state insurance departments (risk-focused actuarial examinations, rate filing analyses, captive and risk retention group application reviews, and receivership evaluations). Responsibilities include gathering, reconciling, auditing, and analyzing loss and loss adjustment expense data; developing spreadsheets; testing reserve factors; researching underlying issues; performing analytic procedures; completing actuarial calculations and routine reviews; technically reviewing actuarial spreadsheets; and preparing actuarial exhibits, workpapers, reports, and opinions.
Began working for Taylor-Walker during 2021. Provides actuarial assistance during feasibility, reserve, and funding analyses for our industry clientele; and during risk-focused actuarial examinations, rate filing analyses, and captive application reviews for state insurance regulators.
Previously, Mr. Walker was employed as an Enumerator for the U.S. Census Bureau and as a Production Line Assistant Supervisor for Door Painters. He gained experience in training and supervising others, in inspections and quality control, and in finding creative ways to solve complicated problems.
Mr. Walker is proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel; in R, Python, and SAS programming; and in regression and statistical analysis. He has passed the following actuarial examinations: Probability and Financial Mathematics.
BS, Utah Valley University, Mathematics/Actuarial Science - 2021
- Minor in Finance
- Coursework in calculus, statistics, financial mathematics, investment analysis, regression and time series analysis, and life contingencies.