Capital & Risk Actuarial Analyst

Employer
Eames Consulting
Location
England, Surrey
Salary
£45000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
Closing date
9 Feb 2023
Reference
SB179

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Sector
General insurance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Experience/Function
Part qual (1-10 exams), Graduate/post-graduate
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Capital & Risk Actuarial Analyst

A leading home & motor insurer is looking to grow its capital & risk team, seeking a part qualified actuary with an interest in technical work.

This role will focus on developing the capital model in Tyche. You'll also support a range of risk projects, including risk analytics, producing the ORSA, and stress testing.

This is an excellent opportunity to broaden your actuarial exposure and take ownership over various aspects of the capital function over time.

The ideal candidate is making progress through the IFoA exams and has a background in general insurance. Although candidates from a Life or Pensions background are encouraged to apply.

Please apply below. For more information or a confidential conversation around any actuarial opportunities, please get in touch: sam.baker@eamesconsulting.com

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

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