Protection Life Valuation Actuary - International

2 days left

Location
Paris
Salary
€ excellent
Posted
23 Sep 2020
Closes
23 Oct 2020
Ref
Star6371
Experience/Function
Qualified
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our client, a global reinsurer, has an exciting opportunity for a qualified life actuary to manage and monitor a large and strategic portfolio of long and short term protection products in EMELA.

In this key role, you will produce quarterly reserves on applicable bases (USGAAP, SII, VIF,…)

You will also prepare and sign-off of the Solvency II results including the shocks and Analysis of Change together with the GAAP / statutory accounting.

In addition, you will draft the Annual Assumption Review of base mortality and morbidity, disability termination rates, morbidity deterioration, mortality improvements, lapses and other relevant assumptions on the portfolio.

Strong IT and data management skills essential.

Knowledge of MoSes/Risk Agility/AXIS and of the R/VBA/SQL coding language would be an advantage, as would reinsurance knowledge.

An excellent career opportunity within a market-leader.

Please contact us to discuss this vacancy or for an informal discussion regarding your career goals. We are very happy to perform bespoke research on your behalf.

Jan Sparks FIA, Partner

M: +44 (0)7477 757151

E: jan.sparks@staractuarial.com

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