General Insurance

Ireland (IE)
both 140k-159k and 160k+
02 Mar 2018
02 Apr 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Reporting to the CFO, the Head of Actuarial Function will be responsible for management of the company’s Actuarial support regarding all internal and external financial and regulatory reporting.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: 

  • Working with local and foreign regulatory entities to ensure compliance with evolving regulatory regime, including:
  1. Oversight for all Solvency II Pillar 3 reporting (e.g. QRT’s, SFCR, RSR)
  2. Primary responsibility for Solvency II Pillar 1 valuations (e.g. technical provisions, SCR)
  3. Contribution to Solvency II Pillar 2 compliance as guided by Risk Management (e.g. Risk Policies, Risk Appetite)
  4. Other requirements of the Central Bank of Ireland
  • Supporting internal and external reporting requirements, including primary responsibility for the Actuarial Function Report, attendance at Company Board meetings, and meetings with external partners including regulators
  • Providing the Risk Management function with technical support of ongoing quantification, reporting, and management of the company’s risks (e.g. ORSA, ROE monitoring)
  • Supporting other aspects of the business, including financial modeling, internal and external audits, collateral management, experience studies, sensitivity testing and reserving for reinsurance contracts
  • Coordination with Group HQ’s actuarial and risk management teams in the analysis and reporting of financial valuations and risk measurement for their book of business

Contact or +35316099404 for further details.

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