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Senior Actuarial Analyst - Model Development

Employer
Arthur Financial
Location
London
Salary
£50000 - £75000 per annum
Closing date
23 Nov 2023
Reference
BH-16461-1

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Sector
General insurance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Experience/Function
Nearly qual (11+ exams)

Job Details

We are working with a well-known global re/insurer who are looking for a technically strong student actuary to join their team in London. The role will be developing and monitoring pricing models across the business to support the underwriting strategy across the companies product portfolios but with a focus on the property books. It's a visible position that will work not only with the wider actuarial team, but also underwriting, data analytics and exposure management. 

The day to day will change depending on internal demand, but will focus on the development and maintenance of internal pricing models using multiple languages, including VBA, Tyche, Python and R. There will also be involvement in capital, reserving and risk models too. 

The ideal candidate will be a part / nearly qualified actuary with 2 - 5 years of general insurance experience and have a high level of proficiency in a coding language, and preferably prior model development experience.

This role will require you to be in the office 3 days a week.

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Company

Actuaries have some of the brightest minds on the planet. Their ability to calculate risk and future events gives them a unique skill set which is in high demand by employers.

The Actuarial desk at Arthur Recruitment connects Actuaries to their future employers. We are building our network within The UK Insurance Market and will be emailing market news, jobs and interviews with some of the leading actuaries in the market.

 

Company info
Telephone
0203 587 7754
Location
80 Leadenhall Street
London
London
EC3A 3DH
GB

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