HOT JOB: International Reserving Actuary

Island Location
Six figure salary on offer with excellent bonus potential
08 Jan 2021
08 Feb 2021
Nearly qual (11+ exams)
Contract Type
Full Time

Major global provider of financial solutions has a fantastic opportunity for a qualified GI actuary to be responsible for providing actuarial analysis to calculate the reserves needed to support the exposures of the company re/insurance products.

In this exciting role, you will develop reporting patterns and monitor rate activity and other indices needed to better understand the company’s various reserving classes, making decisions regarding actuarial assumptions used in the reserving process, both on a GAAP and Solvency II basis.

You will also support the design, system implementation and ongoing management, validation and reporting of technical solutions, e.g. Stochastic Reserve Risk, Technical Provisions etc.

With professional actuarial (P&C) experience, the successful candidate must have an extensive knowledge of loss reserving and forecasting techniques.  

In addition, you will possess experience in the regulatory environment, specifically Solvency II requirements, alongside knowledge of the latest and most widely accepted and used actuarial reserving techniques for (re)insurance liabilities.

Contact us now for more information regarding this excellent career opportunity within a market leader.

Paul Cook, Associate Director

M: +44 7740 285 139


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