Aspen poaches chief actuarial officer from KPMG


Aspen Insurance Holdings has hired a new group chief actuarial officer to replace Andrew Kudera who has left the company.   

William Miller joins Aspen from KPMG in Bermuda where he served as managing director for actuarial, where he advised a number of international re/insurers. Before joining KPMG in 2014 he spent 12 years at Chubb legacy ACE, where he was latterly chief actuary for its risk management and foreign casualty divisions. 

Miller has spent 35 years in the non-life sector, having also worked at Travelers, NCCI, Reliance National and at Willis Towers Watson, working as a senior consultant actuary.  

He takes up his post in Bermuda on July 1, 2021, subject to immigration approval and will report to executive chairman and group chief executive officer Mark Cloutier. 

Aspen said it is rebuilding its actuarial function as part of a wider operational, strategic and cultural transformation

Cloutier said: “With three decades of actuarial and non-life expertise, [Miller] is the right person to support our evolving actuarial function at a time when risk management and pricing accuracy forms a key focus for Aspen to become a top quartile specialty re/insurer.”


Aspen, Andrew Kudera, William Miller, Mark Cloutier

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