Rich and the Princeton team have experience with a wide range of property casualty lines of business including: professional liability (medical and accountants professional), workers compensation, property, general liability, automobile liability, auto warranty, and reinsurance.
Rich has provided analyses to clients in the following areas: estimation of outstanding claim liabilities, pricing including predictive modeling, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, reinsurance, risk transfer, risk retention, and cost allocation. Within ERM services, Rich provides economic capital modeling, asset-liability matching, capital allocation and Solvency II support, where he assists clients in understanding the drivers of Solvency II capital requirements and strategies to mitigate risk, developing internal models, and meeting ORSA requirements. Rich has also provided actuarial services to two states regarding birth injury funds.
Rich is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries. He has been approved to provide captive loss reserve opinions in Vermont and Bermuda.