Robert has been a consulting actuary in the Vienna, VA office of Milliman, Inc. since 1986, and is a principal of the firm.
In total, Robert has worked 30 years in employee benefits. Robert's area of expertise is in qualified and nonqualified retirement programs. His defined benefit and defined contribution experience includes assisting clients in the areas of actuarial valuations for funding and expensing; plan design and administration; benefit improvement analysis, including the impact of collective bargaining proposals and counter proposals; development of plan documents; evaluation of the cost of proposed legislation including preparation of fiscal notes; plan terminations; employee benefit statements; and government filings. He has advised employers; professional corporations, union groups, and non-profit organizations on retirement plan issues.
Robert has had extensive experience with not-for-profit and public sector clients. Some of his clients include the Florida Retirement System and the South Carolina Retirement System. Robert also provides actuarial services to an entity in California who administer numerous supplemental defined benefit municipal retirement plans, and an OPEB trust for California Municipalities.
Robert has spoken on Deferred Retirement Option Plans at a Society of Actuaries meeting, the Institute for Institutional Research, the Association of Municipal Retirement Systems of Virginia, the Public Fund Summit, and at Millimanís consultantsí forum. Robert co-authored an article on the topic for the December 2005 Government Finance Review Magazine.
BS, Mathematics (with high distinction), Pennsylvania State University
Two years of graduate study, University of Utah