Mr. Carlos Arocha is Secretary of the Leadership & Development Council of the Society of Actuaries and Ambassador of the Society of Actuaries in Switzerland. He is Maning Director of Arocha & Associates, a consulting firm based in Zurich. |
He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (SOA) and Ambassador for Switzerland of SOA.
He was Chairperson of SOA International Section Council
Since 2011, he has been Managing Director for Arocha & Associates, a consulting firm based in Zurich.
Carlos Arocha has over 25 years’ experience in the life and general insurance and reinsurance industries. Carlos focuses on Enterprise Risk Management, Solvency II advisory services, Appointed Actuary consulting mandates, development and validation of internal risk models, reinsurance optimization programs and miscellaneous quantitative risk management projects. Since 2011, Carlos has been Managing Director for Arocha & Associates, a consulting firm based in Zurich.
He is passionate about enhancing the potential of actuarial staffs through knowledge transfer and the delivery of tools, modeling platforms and data management systems.
Carlos has worked in companies such as Swiss Re, Mercantile & General Re, Watson-Wyatt (now Towers Watson) and Hewitt Associates (now Aon Hewitt), in Mexico, the United States, Canada, and Switzerland.
He is co-founder of the Swift Academy Project, an initiative that delivers state-of-the-art training knowledge transfer solutions to global insurance markets, Past Chairman of the Board of the Yverdon Insurance Consortium, Secretary of the Leadership & Development Council of the Society of Actuaries, and Ambassador of the Society of Actuaries in Switzerland. Carlos is a mentor of the Integrated Projects Course, Master of Actuarial Science at Columbia University, New York.
Carlos earned a BSc in Actuarial Science from Anahuac University, Mexico City, is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, and a Member of the Swiss Association of Actuaries.
Carlos was born in Mexico City and has lived and worked in Houston and Zurich. He is a dual Mexican/Swiss citizen.