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Senior Catastrophe Analyst - Client Lead

Eames Consulting
London, England
Closing date
3 Jul 2024

Job Details

Want to take the next step in your career and move into a commercial role working closely with key clients?

Eames Consulting has partnered with a Global Broker in the search for a Senior Catastrophe Analyst to join its London Modelling team and act as a Subject Mater Expert for senior brokers and key clients. This is an excellent opportunity if you are looking for a role where you can see your modelled results make an impact on business decisions.

Along with taking on a client lead position the selected candidate will have the option to manage multiple junior analysts, work on consultancy projects for clients (covering view of risk), and assist with process improvement projects.

The ideal candidate will have CAT Modelling experience at a broker, (re)insurer, or syndicate and desire to move into a visible position working with key clients and senior stakeholders. In order to be considered for this role 6+ years of experience and strong technical skills is required (RMS/Verisk, SQL, Pyton, PowerBI, etc.).

To learn more about this role please share your CV and availability to

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


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