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Director, Risk Modeling Services, PwC US
Graham Hall is a Director in the Risk Modeling Services Group at PwC where he focuses on physical risk modeling, climate change and related risk management and risk mitigation strategies. Graham has worked on a large number of climate change and TCFD related projects, including for banking, Oil & Gas, insurance and consulting companies.
Graham also has significant experience advising insurers on the use and modification of physical catastrophe risk models, including the establishment of a Flood risk pool in the UK. Other related projects include the validation of a number of external catastrophe models for flood, windstorm and wildfire perils, and the scientific review of internally developed catastrophe models for a Lloyd’s syndicate.
Graham holds a first class degree in Mathematics with European Studies from Durham University, England. He is a fellow of the Institute of Actuaries (United Kingdom), and has practiced as an actuary for over 9 years, working on a number of modeling and risk management engagements across different industries. Graham started his career at PwC in London where he worked for 6 years, before moving to New York in 2017.