Articles - Milliman boosts Nordic team with two new hires


 Milliman has announced the next step in building its offering in the Nordic markets with the recruitment of two new hires in Stockholm. Anni Pilbacka and Johan Dellner have joined Milliman bringing with them substantial local and international experience in the management of life insurance business and financial modelling.
 
 Tigran Kalberer, Managing Principal for the Nordics, Germany, Switzerland and Austria, said “This is another step in Milliman’s commitment to consulting in the Nordic markets and to helping our clients with their real-world problems. Anni and Johan have great experience and are also skilled with certain modelling systems in the Nordics. We are now able to support them directly with this software as well as helping clients to transition to more industrialised solutions. Already, we see substantial interest for this service. We are delighted to have them on board.”
 
 Steve Hardwick, Milliman’s Head of Consulting, Nordics, said “We are very pleased to welcome Anni and Johan to Milliman where their local consulting experience, technical knowledge in Solvency II, and specialist skills, particularly in financial modelling, will allow us to serve our clients more fully. They also strengthen our research capability that allows us to bring ideas and developments from other countries to the Nordic market.”
 
 Anni Pilbacka and Johan Dellner are both members of the Swedish Society of Actuaries (Svenska Aktuarieföreningen), close to becoming Diplomerad. Anni has a Master’s degree in Insurance Mathematics from Stockholm University and Johan has an MSc in Engineering Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm. They have similar experience in the application and development of financial projection models for life and pensions business although specific experience differs and includes liability and ALM modelling for life and disability products, ESGs, capital planning, Solvency II, MCEV, valuation of options and guarantees, and model documentation.
  

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