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Joel Chansky is a principal with the Boston office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 1987.
Joel’s property and casualty insurance experience includes loss reserving, valuation studies, funding studies for captives and self-insureds, rate filing reviews for regulatory authorities, and expert testimony. He also has considerable expertise in the areas of investments and taxes from prior work experience.
Joel specializes in alternative market issues. He has assisted with the formation and/or ongoing actuarial needs of many self-insurers, captive insurers, and risk retention groups. He reviews captive and risk retention group applications for several state insurance departments.
In addition to the alternative market, clients have included traditional property and casualty insurers, reinsurers, insurance departments, attorneys general, trade associations, municipal bond insurers, catastrophe bond special purpose vehicles, underground storage tank insurers, Lloyd’s
of London, and syndicates on the New York Insurance Exchange.
Joel is a frequent speaker on the topics of captives, risk retention groups, and alternative risk financing.
He has been rated among the top 50 most influential people in the captive insurance industry as ranked by Captive Review magazine.
Joel was inducted into the Captive Review Hall of Fame in 2019.