Senior Catastrophe Modeller

Employer
Eames Consulting
Location
England, London
Salary
£60000 - £85000 per annum
Closing date
2 Feb 2023
Reference
PA469

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Sector
General insurance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Experience/Function
Part qual (1-10 exams)
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Senior Catastrophe Modeller

A top performing Lloyd's syndicate is looking for a Senior Exposure Management Analyst to focusing on all Nat-Cat lines with a large property book. This is an exciting opportunity to become a key member of this syndicate and work closely with the Head of Catastrophe Modelling.

The successful candidate will be a visible member of this syndicate and will bridge the gap between the junior and senior with the opportunity to manage if desired. In order to be considered for this role London Market experience is a must and the selected candidate will be a confident modeller with the ability to have and express an opinion on modelled results to underwriters and other stakeholders.

For more information regarding this role or to discuss other opportunities within Catastrophe Risk please submit your CV to patrick.archer@eamesconsulting.com or call 07427 987678

Eames Consulting is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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