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Senior Student/Newly Qualified - MIXED ROLE, LARGE PRICING EMPHASIS

Fairbank Partners
London (Greater)
Depending on experience
Closing date
1 Dec 2021
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Fairbank Partners seek a senior Actuarial student or even a newly qualified Actuary with lesser overall experience.

This role works with a variety of stakeholders in respect of pricing, business planning, reserving and capital parameterisation.

From a Pricing perspective the role will support the development of underwriter exposure rating tools and pricing platforms as well as individual account pricing and performance monitoring. THIS ACCOUNTS FOR 2/3 OF THE ROLE.

For Capital and Business Planning, you'll look at expected loss ratio and Capital Management premium risk parameterisation processes.

For Reserving the responsibility is for parameterising the biannual reserving process.

To be considered, we are looking for relevant work experience in the general insurance, reinsurance or consultancy field, ideally with between 4-5 years.

To discuss this role please submit your CV or contact Ashley Beatens at Fairbank Partners on 07834 551 325. Fairbank Partners has access to a wide range of actuarial jobs and acts as an employment agency. 


Fairbank Partners is one of the world's leading specialist actuarial recruitment consultancies. Covering the UK and International Actuarial market, we pride ourselves on being market experts working with you to find the right opportunity. Our consultants specialise in Life Insurance/Re-Insurance, General Insurance, Insurance Risk and Pensions/Investments operating at all levels from Students to Senior Searches. If you are interested in any of our vacancies, or curious about opportunities available to you, do get in touch.

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+44 (0) 203 869 2000
10-13 Lovat Lane
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