Anthony Senevey

Anthony Senevey is an actuarial assistant at Taylor & Mulder, Inc. with extensive rate regulation experience. Mr. Senevey holds a BS in Mathematics with a minor in Risk Management and Insurance from Missouri State University with five years of experience in the property & casualty insurance industry.

At Taylor & Mulder, Inc., Mr. Senevey is an instrumental part of our rate filing review team. His prior experience as a regulatory auditor has proven to be invaluable when it comes to property and casualty rate filing reviews. Between his work at the Missouri Department of Commerce and Insurance and his work at Taylor & Mulder, there isn’t much he hasn’t seen. At Taylor & Mulder, Mr. Senevey is responsible for reviewing rate filings for all property and casualty lines of business that use basic ratemaking principles, and predictive analytics techniques.

At Taylor & Mulder, Mr. Senevey has been responsible for reviewing rate filings for personal and commercial lines of insurance including private passenger automobile, homeowners, and businessowners filings. These rate filings have covered a wide range of ratemaking techniques including the pure premium method and loss ratio method, as well as more advanced statistical modelling methods such as generalized linear models, classification models, scoring models, and catastrophe models. He has also been tasked with reviewing data and documents pertaining to rate filings for completeness to ensure that the data provided is ready for analysis.

His experience as an insurance regulator provides our team with new insights into the regulatory framework that other actuarial consulting firms cannot provide. Mr. Senevey has a strong grasp on statutes that pertain to writing insurance products and is quick to understand legal issues in the states where our clients write business.

Mr. Senevey also supports our reserve analyses. Mr. Senevey is responsible for aggregating data received by clients for reserving analyses and for programming client data for actuarial analysis. He oversees the transformation of client data for use in reserving analyses. Mr. Senevey’s reserve analyses have covered a myriad of coverages for both private and public entities including government-run funds and niche lines of business.

Prior to joining Taylor & Mulder, Inc., Mr. Senevey worked as a regulatory auditor for the Missouri Department of Insurance. During his time there, he reviewed property and casualty rate filings that covered virtually all property and casualty lines of business. These rate filings consisted of complex statistical models including generalized linear models, scoring models, and tiering models. During his tenure with the Department, Mr. Senevey lead conference calls with the filing actuary to discuss issues identified by his review.