Chicago, IL – Origami Risk recently announced the appointment of David Duden as strategic relationships executive in the firm’s Core Solutions division. In this new position, he will provide account management, business and product development and implementation support services for Core Solutions clients, including risk pools, third party administrators (TPAs), property/casualty insurance companies, managing general agents (MGAs), and entities with large self-administered workers’ compensation plans.
A widely respected insurance industry thought leader and innovator, Duden has more than three decades of experience in the property and casualty insurance industry and with related consulting and technology solution providers, including risk management information systems (RMIS). Most recently, he was managing director and National RMIS Practice leader at Deloitte Consulting LLP.
“As insurers, TPAs, MGAs, risk pools and large self-insurers work to navigate an increasingly complex operating environment, many now recognize that technology-based solutions, such as those provided by Origami, can deliver the versatility, efficiencies and added value that are critical for them to achieve sustainable growth and success,” said Chris Bennett, president of Origami Risk’s Core Solutions division. “With his extensive industry experience and impressive record of innovation, Dave brings an exciting dimension to our client service and product development efforts. We’re delighted that he has joined our team and look forward to his contributions to our clients and our firm.”
During his career, Duden has held various positions with State Farm, WR Berkley Group, Nationwide, and as a member of Deloitte’s Insurance Practice for 23 years. A founder at DAVID Corporation in 1985, he has worked closely with complex insurance and risk management clients, delivering a number of breakthrough innovations. Notably, while at Deloitte, he launched the RMIS/Lab in 1996, the first independent test lab of its type; in 2008, he developed Safety Analytics, using advanced analytics to address workplace injury frequency and severity. He also worked with the U.S. Department of Labor on a solution to improve the performance of benefits programs through the use of advanced analytics and targeted interventions.
Source: Origami Risk