Boston
04 August 2017
Reporter: Becky Butcher

Peter Johnson to lead Spring’s P&C actuarial practice


Spring Consulting Group has hired Peter Johnson, an insurance and actuarial industry veteran, to lead the company’s property and casualty actuarial team.

In his new role, Johnson is responsible for expanding Spring’s ability to deliver custom-built, risk funding solutions to address clients’ needs.

He will also help new clients explore the benefits of alternative funding solutions, such as captives, and give advice on the optimisation of existing captive programmes.

Johnson joins the company with 13 years experience in the insurance industry, most recently serving as president and consulting actuary with Bartlett Actuarial Group.

Karin Landry, managing partner of Spring Consulting Group, commented: “We are proud to have Peter Johnson as the newest member of our team—his expertise will not only elevate the services we provide but the efficiency of clients.”

Landry added: “His experience and familiarity with the enterprise risk management industry is exceptional, and his ability to translate actuarial research into actionable, concrete steps for clients will help us continue to lead the industry in both creating and optimising innovative funding solutions operations.”

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