Andrew H. Dalton
Andrew is a Principal and Actuary in Milliman’s Philadelphia office and a primary author contributing to Life sections of the book “Discount Rates in Financial Reporting: A Practical Guide”. Andrew’s professional experience includes work on actuarial appraisals for mergers and acquisitions, asset and liability analysis, cash flow testing, and economic capital for life and health insurance companies. Andrew is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries. He holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration, concentrating in Finance and Statistics, from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business of New York University.
Jeremy is a Principal and Consulting Actuary with the Milan office of Milliman. His experience includes advice on economic capital, including Solvency II, actuarial modeling, asset-liability management, financial reporting, product development, and mergers and acquistions. Jeremy is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in the UK. Jeremy holds a MA in Mathematics from Cambridge University.
Philip is a Principal and Consulting Actuary in the London office of Milliman and a primary author contributing to Life sections of the book “Discount Rates in Financial Reporting: A Practical Guide”. Phil’s consulting assignments include mergers and acquisitions, company restructurings, new company launches, product design and pricing, and financial reporting. Philip is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in the UK, an Associate of the Society of Actuaries, and a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland. He holds a BSc in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics from St. Andrews University, Scotland and an MBA from the Edinburgh Business School, specializing in financial risk management.
Dr Urs Barmettler
Urs Barmettler is a Principal and Actuary in the Zurich practice of Allea AG. Urs has worked in pensions for over 15 years. He is involved in all aspects of design, financial and consulting advice in relation to pension schemes, and has particular expertise in relation to international benefit accounting issues and mergers and acquisitions. Urs is a board member of the Swiss actuarial society and he is also representing the Society on the Pensions & Employee Benefit Committee of the IAA. He is a member of the IAS 19 working group of the Swiss chamber of pension actuaries and the enlarged working group of the chamber of auditors. Before he started his career as a pension consultant, Urs was involved in research in pure mathematics, differential geometry, at the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris. He has a PhD in Mathematics Federal Institute of Technology.