SOLOMON L. FRAZIER
FCAS, FSA, MAAA
- Present Position
Senior Consulting Actuary
Provides property and casualty, accident and health, and life insurance actuarial and technical services. Conducts actuarial analyses for state insurance departments (risk-focused actuarial examinations, rate filing analyses, and captive and risk retention group application reviews); and conducts feasibility, reserve, and funding analyses for insurance entities and self-insured groups. Responsibilities include reconciling, auditing, and analyzing loss and loss adjustment expense data; testing reserve factors; conducting research; evaluating reinsurance coverages and risk transfer; developing spreadsheets; performing actuarial calculations, and determining reserve and funding levels; and preparing actuarial exhibits, workpapers, reports, and opinions.
Mr. Frazier is an opining actuary for numerous property and casualty insurers, including captive insurance companies and risk retention groups (RRGs).
Began working for Taylor-Walker as an Actuarial Analyst in January 2010. Mr. Frazier prepares actuarial analyses during feasibility, reserve, and funding studies for numerous companies and self-insured groups; and consults with captive and RRG management firms.
Mr. Frazier also provides actuarial services on NAIC risk-focused property and casualty, life, accident and health financial actuarial examinations.
- Professional Activities
FCASFellow, Casualty Actuarial Society - 2018
FSAFellow, Society of Actuaries - 2015
MAAAMember, American Academy of Actuaries - 2011
SLACSalt Lake Actuarial Club
AAAMember, Workers Compensation Committee
BS, University of Utah, Mathematics/Statistics - 2009
- August 2019: Vermont Captive Insurance Association Annual Conference, Vermont – Participated on a panel discussing captive return-on-investment, focusing on loss projections.
- May 2018: Western Region Captive Insurance Conference, Missouri - Participated on a panel discussing “Actuarial Modeling”.
- Oct 2017: Presented “Loss Triangle and Annual Reporting Review” for captive service providers.