Senior

  • 32880
  • Life - Actuarial
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  • Quebec, Canada
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  • Sep 18, 2017
Consulting Company
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Develop working knowledge of engagement objectives and the client's language/industry terms.
  • Learn/apply data processes, test controls, and perform substantive procedures. Create work products that document engagement procedures.
  • Establish/manage priorities, create/manage work plans, communicate the status of activities, and successfully meet deadlines.
  • Maintain a strong client focus and maintain/develop productive working relationships with clients. Stay informed of current business/economic developments relevant to the client.
  • Demonstrate team spirit, integrity, and leadership.
  • Use technology to continually learn, share knowledge with team members, and enhance service delivery.
  • Respect/protect confidential client information.
  • Bring potential business opportunities to the team's attention. Seek, develop, and present ideas to apply the company’s services and bring value to clients.
  • Participate in engagements involving:
  • Financial modelling (conversion of models to AXIS, validation of pricing and valuation models).
  • Assessment and disclosure of financial information (financial modelling of reserves, reviews of experience studies, validation of the integration of changes in assumptions into the valuation system, validation of economic assumptions, deterministic and stochastic scenario testing).
  • Various actuarial advisory services in connection with internal audit assistance, experience analysis, product development and pricing, capital requirement validation and M&A engagements (assistance in determining enterprise value, benchmarking of valuation assumptions).
  • Risk management (development of risk management tools, assessment of risk management controls and procedures, quantification of risk exposure).
QUALIFICATIONS
  • An undergraduate or graduate degree in actuarial science, mathematics, statistics, or other related major.
  • ASA designation or being closed to obtaining the designation.
  • Three-to-five years’ relevant experience in the measurement of insurance contract liabilities and/or financial modelling.
  • Excellent interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills, in both French and English.
  • Strong IT skills (knowledge of AXIS is an asset).
  • Must be aiming for the FCIA designation and be bilingual (French and English spoken and written).