Capital Actuary

1 day left

Location
London
Salary
£ excellent + bonus + benefits
Posted
27 Oct 2020
Closes
27 Nov 2020
Ref
Star6380
Experience/Function
Nearly qual (11+ exams), Qualified
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our client, a leading provider of a range of financial solutions across global platforms, has a fantastic opportunity for a qualified non-life actuary to be responsible for executing a wide range of Solvency II risk and capital reporting efforts with a specific focus on the overall delivery of the quantitative aspects of Lloyd’s Solvency II regulatory capital reporting.

In this key role, you will enhance and augment management information around Solvency II risk and capital, communicating results of model runs, model validation, and model use or model development to the senior management team.

In addition, you will manage the ongoing model validation processes, with a view to supporting the creation of the annual Validation Report.

An experienced professional with experience of working in a modelling/risk or related environment, the successful candidate will possess knowledge of Solvency II requirements and/or economic capital modelling principles.

SQL skills would be an added advantage.

Contact us now for more information regarding this exciting career opportunity.

Paul Cook, Associate Director

M: +44 7740 285 139

E: paul.cook@staractuarial.com

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