Senior Actuarial Analyst

  • 34283
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Ontario, Canada
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  • Sep 24, 2018
  • Provide professional actuarial support and advice to business partners, including insights into underlying performance and implications for the business.
  • Analyze data and undertake complex modeling using established methodologies to quantify risk and support business decision making.
  • Perform more complex analyses as assigned.
  • Manage projects, take ownership of deadlines and communicate requirements to stakeholders.
  • Contribute to Virtuous Circle and Profitability Review/performance assessment discussions by providing insights from own area in order to promote cross-functional sharing of information.
  • Ensure that processes and standards are consistent with internal actuarial policies and guidance and, where relevant, compliant with regulations; lead the implementation of systems and process improvements in own area.
  • Participate in analyses and provide high quality actuarial advice to facilitate business decisions related to mergers & acquisitions and/or special projects that are outside of normal business as usual or geographic responsibilities.
  • Assist in the development of risk based capital models as well as parameterization and allocation activities to support actuarial services.
  • Research best actuarial practice and review/analyze current practice area to support senior management in developing and improving processes and systems.
  • Make informed actuarial recommendations based on professional judgment and experience.
  • Bachelor Degree in Mathematics/Statistics or Actuarial Sciences and 3 - 5 or more years of experience in the Actuarial area and ACAS.
  • FCIA / FCAS Preferred.
  • Experience in multiple functional areas and in multiple business units.
  • Proven ability to manage to tight deadlines and priorities.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills with the ability to effectively influence others as well as present issues, options and recommendations to both technical and non-technical audiences.