Chris Nyce | KPMG | US

Chris Nyce

Principal

KPMG in the U.S.

Chris is currently a Principal in KPMG’s Advisory Services practice with over 25 years of senior management experience in the insurance industry with large national insurance carriers and consulting organizations. Chris has been at KPMG since 2002.

Professional and Industry Experience

Chris works with some of the largest automobile insurers in the US. He leads many consulting and audit engagements. Areas of focus include advising senior management on industry trends, predictive analytics for insurers, enterprise risk management, development, implementation and evaluation of underwriting strategies, and leading reserve evaluation and actuarial opinion engagements covering US, Bermuda, Lloyds and London market, and other European and Asian operations.

Prior Industry Experience:

  • Vice President, Commercial Lines Product Management 2000-2002. Responsible for product development and profit and loss for the Company’s $2 billion small and mid-market portfolio.
  • President, Special Risks 1998-2000. Led the special risks and programs profit center including underwriting, claims, operations, and actuarial.
  • Prior positions include, Vice President and Chief Commercial Lines Pricing Actuary, Chief Reserving Actuary, AVP and Chief Reinsurance Officer, and other actuarial positions in pricing and product management.

Education and qualifications

  • BS, University of Delaware Lerner School of Business, Mathematics and Economics

  • Certificate, KPMG Global Insurance Institute, Aresty Institute of Executive Education at Wharton

Accreditation

  • Automobile accident and other industry trends

  • Risk and Capital Management

  • Underwriting cycle management

  • Actuarial risk and control processes including Sarbanes Oxley compliance

  • Predictive modeling and analytics

Published Papers

  • “Integrating Actuarial and Underwriting Disciplines to Improve Underwriting Outcomes”, Casualty Actuarial Society Forum, Winter, 2004

  • “Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Internal Control and Actuarial Processes”, Casualty Actuarial Society Discussion Paper Program, 2006

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