Reserving & Actuarial Function | Nearly/Newly Qualified Actuary

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A key requirement for the successful candidate is to have excellent communication skills, with the ability to explain complicated processes and concepts to non-experts.

Main tasks: –
Supporting the Reserving & Actuarial Function including:
-Quarterly production to determine Loss Reserves, Mathematical Reserves and Claims & Premium Provision incl. Future Cash Flows, Risk Margins and how they develop over valuation periods
-Contribution to risk capital quantification under Solvency II standard model
-Model validation and key control assessment with audit track
-Actuarial Function Report and other Regulatory Reports
-Development and Enhancements of related IT systems, analytical tools and reporting engines
-Project Management and Supervision of Junior staff
-Profitability Assessment and contribution to Planning and Steering of Business

Experience Required
-Qualified or nearly qualified Actuary
-Strong understanding of insurance business
-Demonstrated problem solving capabilities
-Project Management Experience: liaising with, and coordinating efforts of others

Please email Paul@acumen-resources.com or call 016099404 for further information

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