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An Inconvenient Truth: Pricing Without Credit Is Possible and Problematic

Start Date:10/28/2021

Start Time:1:00 PM CDT

Duration:45 minutes


When the National Council of Insurance Legislators passed model legislation on the use of credit data for insurance pricing in 2002, it seemed the big fight over the use of credit had come to an end. Most states allowed it, a handful did not, and the market settled down. However, due in part to the social turmoil of 2020, the door to reexamine the use of credit in insurance has been opened. The use of credit data is being challenged on the premise that the practice may have a disparate impact on certain consumers. Washington State’s regulator unilaterally restricted credit this year, and other regulators are asking hard questions. In this session, we’ll discuss what might happen if insurers lose the ability to consider credit data and take a deeper look at scenarios in which credit has been removed from rating plans.

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Stothard Deal

Vice President, P&C Strategic Planning


Stothard Deal is responsible for TransUnion’s insurance market strategy for the global property and casualty markets. Prior to joining TransUnion, he spent 13 years working in product management roles for Infinity Insurance, Nationwide Insurance, and AIG. Deal holds a bachelor's degree in finance from Georgia Southern University and an MBA from the University of Georgia.

Courtney Anderson

Senior Manager, Data Science and Analytics


Courtney Anderson oversees the analytics and model development of risk solutions for personal auto and property insurance markets. Anderson joined TransUnion in 2010. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science and a master’s degree in mathematics and statistics from Loyola University Chicago.

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