Roger Loomis, FSA, MAAA

Principal & Director of Health Consulting, Latin America


Roger has over 17 years of actuarial experience, primarily in the areas of financial reporting, valuation, and experience analysis.  He actively volunteers for the Society of Actuaries and frequently presents at industry events.  His recent activity has focused on analyzing and minimizing the risk of long-term care insurance, LTC combination products, actuarial software architecture, and implementing Solvency II for insurers in Mexico.


In his free time Roger enjoys back-yard barbecuing, walking his dogs, and playing the guitar.


Education / Professional

  • Fellow of the Society of Actuaries

  • Member of the American Academy of Actuaries

  • Master of Arts in Economics, Michigan State University

  • Bachelor of Arts in Economics, University of Utah


Professional Involvement

  • Award - Society of Actuaries Presidential Award Winner, 2019

  • Publication - Contingencies (Jan/Feb 2018), "The Case for Variable Long-Term Care Insurance" 

  • Presentation - Viewpoints from Outside and Inside the LTCI Industry, Intercompany Long Term Care Insurance Conference -- March, 2015

  • Co-Chair, Long-Term Care Think Tank, 2012 to 2014

  • Presentation - Measuring Volatility in LTC Insurance, Society of Actuaries Annual Meeting -- October, 2014

  • Publication - Understanding the Volatility of Experience and Pricing Assumptions in Long-Term Care Insurance, Society of Actuaries Research Report -- May 2014

  • Presentation - Designing a Solution for the Nation's LTC Problems Using the Delphi Method, Society of Actuaries Annual Meeting -- October 2013

  • Publication - Facing Reality: LTC Is Broken: Let's Fix It, Long-Term Care News -- June 2013

  • Publication - Solving the LTC Crisis in 20 Minutes, Long-Term Care News -- January 2013

  • Council member, Society of Actuaries Long-Term Care Section Council, 2009 to 2012

  • Presentation - The New World of LTC Modeling, Society of Actuaries Health Meeting -- June 2012

  • Presentation - Future Actuarial Tools, Defining Moderately Adverse Experience with Simulation, Intercompany Long Term Care Insurance Conference -- March 2012