HOT JOB: Head Of Reserving - International

Island Location
Six figure salary on offer with excellent bonus potential
08 Jan 2021
08 Feb 2021
Qualified, Qualified (executive)
Contract Type
Full Time

Leading provider of financial solutions has a fantastic opportunity for a qualified non-life actuary with extensive knowledge of loss reserving and forecasting techniques to manage the reserving team responsible for European territories.

In this key leadership position, you will develop reporting patterns and monitor indices needed to better understand the company’s various reserving classes, making decisions regarding actuarial assumptions used in the reserving process.

You will also be responsible for the consultation, design, system implementation and on-going management, validation and reporting of technical solutions e.g. Stochastic Reserve Risk, Technical Provisions etc.

With strong communication skills, the successful candidate will must have a solid understanding of accounting and financial concepts and their impact on re/insurance.  

In addition, you will possess strong knowledge of the latest and most widely accepted and used actuarial reserving techniques for (re)insurance liabilities.

Experience in the Swiss regulatory environment is beneficial.

Contact us now regarding this exciting and highly visible career opportunity.

Paul Cook, Associate Director

M: +44 7740 285 139


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