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M&A Actuary

Employer
pmactuarial
Location
London (Central), London (Greater), Homeworking
Salary
£60,000 - £90,000/annum depending on experience
Closing date
19 May 2022
Reference
pm230
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Job Details

pmactuarial specialise in actuarial search within UK Life insurance.  We have been asked to find a number of M&A Actuaries.

Our client provides advice to both buy and sell side clients and can offer a varied role covering the following:

*  Due Diligence prior and during transactions

*  Identification and management of potential insurance targets

*  Balance sheet and business plan reviews

*  Valuation model build

*  IPO analysis

*  Work across both UK and European insurance markets.

The ideal candidate will be a nearly/newly qualified Actuary up to a few years PQE.  Previous M&A experience would be highly desirable although those from a commercial role i.e. Pricing, would be encouraged to apply.

To apply, please submit a copy of your CV and I will call you back.  For more information, please contact Phil Moore on 07470 960 691 or phil@pmactuarial.com

 

Company

pmactuarial is a specialist Actuarial recruiter focusing on the UK Life Insurance market.  We pride ourselves on recognising the importance of the right career move. pmactuarial is led by Phil Moore, an experienced recruiter with over 20 years recruitment experience.  Phil was previously the Head of Actuarial recruitment at KPMG and founder of one of the largest and most successful Actuarial recruiters in the UK.  Phil is well known within the UK Life Insurance market and combines an extensive network with experience of recruiting Actuarial vacancies from Student to Board level. pmactuarial provide a personalised service based on knowledge, thoroughness and discretion.  We understand that each individual’s requirements are unique.

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