The board of the American Academy of Actuaries has voted unanimously to elect Ken Hohman to be the group’s president-elect.
Hohman will take office Oct. 26 during the AAA’s annual meeting in Boston, the group says.
Hohman is a consulting actuary and principal in the Louisville, Ky., office of Bryan Pendleton Swats & McAllister L.L.C. In 2007, he was president of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, Long Grove, Ill.
The board vote follows what appears to be the end of a dispute between the AAA board and Bruce Schobel, the previous president-elect.
The AAA took away the president-elect title Aug. 5, saying it was acting at the request of 19 former AAA presidents. Schobel filed his suit Sept. 1.
The AAA board and Schobel said in September that they had settled the dispute.