Struppeck Wins 1999 Reserves Prize
Thomas Struppeck won the 1999 Reserves Prize for his paper, "Premium Earning Patterns for Multi-Year Policies with Aggregate Deductibles." Stuart B. Suchoff, chairperson of the Committee on Reserves, presented the award to Struppeck at the general session of the 1999 Casualty Loss Reserve Seminar on September 13 in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Reserves Prize is awarded to the author of the best paper submitted in response to a call for papers regarding reserves whenever the program is conducted by the Casualty Actuarial Society. Papers are judged by a specially appointed committee on the basis of originality, research, readability, completeness, and other factors. Recipients need not be members of the Casualty Actuarial Society. The amount of the Reserves Prize is determined annually. Struppeck's paper and other papers presented at the CLRS can be found on the CAS Web Site at http://www.casact.org/pubs/forum/99fforum/99fftoc.htm or in the 1999 Fall Forum.