Dan Hogan is Liberty Mutual’s Chief Risk Officer. In this role, he leads Liberty’s global ERM program and the continued development of its risk appetite, tolerance, and limits framework as well as the company’s economic capital and catastrophe modeling programs and their integration into capital planning, exposure management, and strategic decision making. He also served as founding co-executive sponsor of the company’s military-focused Employee Resource Group, [email protected]
Dan joined Liberty Mutual in May 2015 after spending over seventeen years at The Hartford where he held a variety of leadership roles, including leading two P&C actuarial departments, in personal lines and in claims, as well as leadership positions in personal lines performance monitoring and planning, applied research, P&C capital management, and a number of strategic initiatives. In his last assignment at The Hartford, he led the Economic Capital & Quantitative Risk Analytics unit within the ERM organization which developed and implemented advanced quantitative methods and models in support of ERM and business objectives. In that role, Dan was also responsible for insurance risk reporting, capital attribution, The Hartford’s alternative risk transfer program, and coordinating terrorism readiness and planning activities related to TRIPRA.
Prior to joining The Hartford, Dan was an actuarial consultant with Deloitte & Touche LLP for three years. Before that, he spent nine years as an active duty U.S. Army officer, including assignments as a field artillery fire direction officer in Korea, a manpower programs analyst in
the Pentagon, and a West Point mathematics professor. After leaving active duty, Dan served in the U.S. Army Reserve, and is now retired from the Army, having achieved 20 years of commissioned service.
Dan holds a Master of Science degree in Operations Research from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California and a Bachelor of Science degree with dual concentration in Operations Research and Applied Mathematics from the United States Military Academy at
West Point, New York. He is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst.