Stress and Scenario Testing Actuaries

Location
Flexible location
Salary
£ excellent
Posted
20 Apr 2021
Closes
20 May 2021
Ref
Star6600
Experience/Function
Qualified
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our client, a major insurer, has a number of opportunities for qualified life actuaries to join their team on either a permanent or fixed-term basis where you will undertake Stress and Scenario Testing analysis.

In these key role, you will produce/review a wide range of single factor sensitivities on a quarterly basis, providing analysis and commentary on impacts and changes over time.

You will also support the derivation and calibration of a range of stress scenarios of varying severities, with reference to the risks faced by the business.

In addition, you will produce analysis for a wide range of stress scenarios, considering impacts across a range of sub-funds, metrics and time periods.

The successful candidates will possess a good understanding of Solvency metrics, in particular Solvency II.

Knowledge of stress testing, scenario analysis and solvency projection roll-forward and estimation techniques also required.

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.

Peter Baker, Partner

M: +44 7860 602 586

E: peter.baker@staractuarial.com

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