• 33173
  • Life - Actuarial
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  • England
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  • Dec 7, 2017
  • To play a leading role in the co-ordination and consolidation of statutory reporting across the Division including; analysis/review of results, liaising with auditors and preparation of internal and external reporting materials.
  • Suggest and support process improvements within the team, with a particular focus on regulatory reporting. To include system enhancements and changes/improvements to controls.
  • Support the Divisional Head of Actuarial Reporting to establish consistent processes and controls across all Business Units for US GAAP, statutory and economic capital reporting.
  • Managing the workflow and personal development of direct reports.
  • Ad hoc projects and information requests from Division Management and the Group.
  • Qualified Actuary.
  • Excellent technical and analytical skills.
  • Comfortable with software packages, such as Excel and Word.
  • Experience with Actuarial projection software (MoSes desirable).
  • Knowledge of Economic Capital, Solvency II and US GAAP.
  • Ability to communicate, particularly with actuarial teams in Business Units and across other functions
  • Needs to be organized and deadline focused.
  • Ability to independently develop and implement new methodologies.
  • Demonstrates an appropriate level of technical skills for their role and an appreciation of current issues affecting their profession and the life reinsurance industry.
  • Takes responsibility for the quality, completeness and accuracy of work.
  • Shows initiative, flexibility and resourcefulness.
  • Critically evaluates and challenges current work practices.
  • Is able to deal with challenging deadlines and prioritizes effectively.
  • Provides accurate and timely updates on status of work and escalates issues appropriately.
  • Participates actively in meetings, has ‘meeting presence’.
  • Committed team member who shares information, knowledge, and experience openly.
  • Communicates in a clear and practical manner both verbally and in writing.
  • Has a good attendance and timekeeping record.
  • Demonstrable understanding of the life insurance (or reinsurance) industry.