AIR Worldwide Corp. announced that John W. Rollins has been appointed to the position of vice president. Rollins will be based in Tallahassee, Florida and will provide catastrophe-risk related actuarial consulting services to AIR’s clients. In addition, he will direct and oversee the AIR Institute, an education and training program to meet the growing industry need for skilled catastrophe risk modelers and managers. Most recently, Rollins was chief actuary and director of corporate analytics at Florida’s Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
A respected leader in the insurance industry, Rollins brings more than seventeen years of experience as a property and casualty actuary in a variety of environments, including personal and commercial lines insurance companies and global and regional consulting firms. Before his tenure at Citizens, Rollins was chief actuary of the Florida Farm Bureau Insurance group. Earlier in his career, he worked in actuarial management positions at an insurance advisory organization and an accounting firm. In addition to catastrophe modeling, his expertise extends to personal and commercial lines ratemaking, regulatory work, ceded reinsurance design and pricing, and loss and expense reserving.
AIR models natural catastrophes in more than 40 countries and the risk from terrorism in the United States. Other areas of expertise include site-specific seismic engineering analysis, catastrophe bonds, and property replacement cost valuation. An ISO business, AIR was founded in 1987.
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