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Eamonn is a principal and consulting actuary in Milliman's Dublin office. Eamonn joined the Dublin practice in 2007.
Eamonn’s expertise includes enterprise risk management, asset-liability management, Solvency II, new licence applications, mergers and acquisitions, financial reporting, product development and pricing, assessment of risk mitigation strategies (including hedging and reinsurance), independent review, inforce book management, and development of actuarial reporting systems.
Eamonn currently discharges the role of Head of Actuarial Function for a number of clients, and has, in the past, acted both as an appointed actuary and a life reinsurance signing actuary. He also currently discharges the role of Chief Risk Officer.
Prior to joining Milliman in 2007, Eamonn was the Finance and Risk Management actuary at Hartford Life Limited and previously worked in a variety of actuarial roles with Canada Life Assurance (Ireland) Limited.
Eamonn is a current member and former chairman of the Enterprise Risk Management Committee of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland. He is also a member of a number of working parties of both the Society of Actuaries in Ireland and the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (covering topics including risk appetite, hedging the risk-free rate under Solvency II and policyholder behaviour in extreme conditions).