Exposure Management Manager

  • 34114
  • Non-Life - CAT Modeling
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  • England
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  • Aug 30, 2018
Reinsurance
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Company's Minimum Standards for Exposure Management, requirements and guidelines; set, maintain and evaluate syndicate compliance.
  • Syndicate Business Plans & Capital submissions; qualitative review and evaluation from an exposure management perspective.
  • Syndicate reporting; administration; validation, monitoring and analysis of catastrophe risk in conjunction with other oversight teams, especially account management.
  • Regulatory requirements; compliance, reporting and technical engagement.
  • Management of technical referrals.
  • Cat risk technical guidance.
  • Proactively contribute to wider company's projects and business objectives as and when required, with a special focus on exposure management subject matter expertise.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Strong numeric / mathematical skills.
  • Strong computing skills & capability, including:
  • Working knowledge of all standard Microsoft products.
  • Working knowledge of advanced Excel tools, e.g. pivot tables.
  • Knowledge of, or capability to develop, database skills, including SQL.
  • Working knowledge of one or more catastrophe modelling tools.
  • Ability to explain complex technical information effectively to a variety of stakeholders.
  • Ability to communicate confidently at a senior level and demonstrate technical credibility.
  • Ability to document assessment processes thoroughly and equitably.
  • Ability to influence and manage senior stakeholders.
  • Ability to structure and distil information concisely and clearly.
  • Knowledge of principles underpinning the assessment of catastrophe risk, including probability, risk modelling and catastrophe modelling.
  • Knowledge of catastrophe modelling practice, ideally from an underwriting organization.
  • Up to date knowledge of challenges, issues and trends in exposure management field.
  • Market knowledge.
  • Working knowledge of other exposure management tools including aggregation systems, GIS, policy administration systems, underwriting workbenches.
  • Experience of the company's market is preferred, but other strong catastrophe management experience can be considered.
  • Experience of improving and implementing effective processes.
  • Experience of man-made risk exposure management approaches a strong benefit.