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Research Interests

My primary research area is actuarial science. Topics I have done work with include statistical models for actuarial applications such as copula models and dependencies, elliptical distributions, loss models and estimation, and longitudinal data analysis. I have interests in other areas with wide applications in actuarial science such as risk measures and capital requirements, managing post-retirement assets, longevity risks, and annuitization.

Recent Publications

Follow this link (under construction). You may also find citations of my work at Google Scholar and at ResearchGate.

CAE Research Grant on Data Mining

Please visit our website on our existing research project on Applying Data Mining Techniques in Actuarial Science.