Patrick Wiese ASA

Lead Modeling Researcher, Society of Actuaries

Contact Information

Society of Actuaries
475 N. Martingale Road
Suite 600
Schaumburg, IL 60173
571 336 7296
Patrick is an actuary in the Society of Actuaries’ (SOA) research department, where he builds simulation models and database tabulation/visualization tools that cover a diverse range of areas including retirement security, climate change analysis, mortality improvement, and, in recent months, analysis of COVID-19 data. Prior to joining the SOA in 2012, Patrick worked for 10+ years overseas, developing long-range forecasting models of social security and retirement systems in developing countries in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and South America, for projects funded by the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank. Throughout his career, both to analyze historical data and to project the future, Patrick has written computer code on almost a daily basis, and has developed a deep fondness for C++, VBA and R.


Climate Change: How Does It Impact Our Actuarial Perspective? Climate Change: How Does It Impact Our Actuarial Perspective? Webinar (November 18, 2020)


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