Pierre Etienne Banville

Pierre Etienne Banville

Pierre Etienne Banville is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries who specializes in providing actuarial evidence and risk management solutions. He has been involved with complex cases related to personal injury damages, criminal interest rate calculations and life estate valuations. His knowledge in the field of actuarial evidence allow him to act as an expert witness in litigation cases. He also has 7 years of experience providing design, governance, funding and investment recommendations to defined benefit and defined contribution pension plan sponsors. In addition, he has significant experience helping microfinance institutions in developing countries with their risk management, providing them with the tools that will allow them to grow while mitigating their credit and liquidity risks.

Pierre Etienne is not the typical actuary buried in his books and numbers. He has a passion for mountaineering, always looking for new peaks to conquer. He has also won public speaking contests with Toastmasters, is an avid traveler (30 countries and counting) and loves listening to world music.

Pierre Etienne also has a heart for helping the less fortunate in developing countries. He is the co-founder with his wife of a not-for-profit organization in Ecuador called Uno a Uno, providing free English classes and tutoring services to over 100 local Ecuadorians.

Pierre Etienne is deeply committed to his clients, always considering their ever-changing needs and looking for outside-the-box solutions. He prides himself in providing efficient and quality services to his clients and is keeping on top of the latest developments in the areas of risk management and expert actuarial evidence.


Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (2011)
Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (2010)
Laval University, Quebec, Bachelor’s Degree in Actuarial Sciences (2007)


English, French and Spanish

Professional Associations:

Member of the “Canadian Institute of Actuaries”
Member of the “Society of Actuaries”