John Grosso, FSA, MAAA , is a Senior Vice President, health care consultant, and actuary in the Health and Benefits practice at Aon Hewitt. He has 21 years of experience in the health care consulting industry with an additional 3 years of experience with a major U.S. insurer.
He specializes in retiree health care design and strategy consulting for large, multi-site employers and has significant experience with post retirement welfare benefits plan valuations.
John leads the national Retiree Health Care Sub-Practice, which is a team of actuaries and subject matter experts focused on retiree health care market tracking, product innovation & client consulting.
He is one of Aon Hewitt’s national subject matter experts on the retiree health care strategy, design, and accounting implications of federal health care reform. He has led many consulting projects for large complex clients interested in exploring both group-based and individual market-based health care strategies for current and future Pre-Medicare and Medicare-eligible retirees.
John has been quoted in a number of publications on the subject of the Affordable Care Act and its impact on retiree health care design and strategy. He speaks at industry and client conferences at venues across the country and was interviewed on CNBC concerning the implications of the Act on the retiree health care market.
John also leads active and retiree health care design and strategy consulting projects with a particular focus on actuarial analysis including pricing, budgeting, forecasting, and reserving.
Some of his recent clients include Moody’s Corporation, Norfolk Southern, Siemens Corporation, The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation, United Technologies Corporation & Verizon Communications Inc.
John is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA) with a concentration in group health benefits, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (MAAA), and has a B.S. in mathematics from Fairfield University.