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Ken Sayers 
Sean W. Bohan 
Jeff Braswell 
Nathan Southern 

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Hicham Bourjali

Jenny Tornquist
Brian Hoffman
Susan Chudwick
Kevin Petruzielo
Ash Naik 
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I. Recap

A. PA: Pulled up the NAIC report for auto using 2010 data - w/columns including earned premium, comprehensive, liability. Key milestone for the group. 

B. PA: Also working on a presentation to summarize work we've done. We got extraction pattern done just before new years. 

C. PA: We finished homeowners as well. (Peter pulled up the report). Data here is fundamentally test data - all relatively the same.

D. Auto done in one year, homeowners done in a month

II. Moving Ahead - Determining Next Steps

A. SC asked if regulators have reviewed this w/a proper feedback cycle before we move on. PA: not as yet. Feels very confident that homeowners would satisfy them but with the caveat that it isn't at this stage yet (to show them) because data is so far behind.

B. PA: two lines done so far - would like his intern to work on another line of insurance next.

  1. SC noted that any line we move to next would be commercial.
  2. JT: lines that get reported to NAIC: homeowners, farm owners, marine, mobile home owners (perhaps too small), the artisans (personal only).
  3. SC: suggested commercial auto; PA asked if there are key differences. SC noted that auto - uniquely, among lines - does have some differences from personal auto. 
  4. PA: our intern is queued up and ready to go 
  5. DH: suggested choosing based on premium perspective - starting with largest and then working way down the list; this way mobile home would be last.
  6. Group discussed commercial auto and GL, as well as farmowners and commercial properties as options. 
  7. Broad consensus that commercial auto should be next
  8. PA - will start on commercial auto Monday morning and have an update at next week's RRDMWG. 



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