Senior Analyst

  • 35224
  • Life - Other
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  • Ontario, Canada
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  • May 21, 2019
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RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Providing deep and specialized expertise to the company’s actuarial work including but not limited to actuarial valuation, capital adequacy assessment, financial statement projection and analysis.
  • Develop new models and process related to actuarial valuation and insurance contract accounting in order to be aligned to IFRS 17.
  • Ensuring appropriate documentation and maintenance for all actuarial models/analysis/processes.
  • Ensuring that model outputs and actuarial analysis are provided in a timely manner to meet corporate financial reporting requirements.
  • Responding to ad-hoc actuarial/finance requests from internal and external stakeholders such as Management Committee members, Board members or OSFI or Department of Finance by developing accurate results, and using strong communication skills to promote understanding of the issue and provide appropriate interpretation and context.
  • Maintaining current knowledge on best practices and recent developments in relevant actuarial/quantitative approaches and techniques through training and professional development activities.
  • Maintaining current knowledge of regulatory requirements in the areas of insurance valuation and other relevant actuarial fields.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a quantitative discipline such as Actuarial Sciences, Quantitative Finance, Finance, Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, with a minimum of three years of relevant work experience; or an equivalent combination of related education and experience may also be accepted.
  • A PhD is considered an asset.
  • Demonstrated work experience in in a similar role in financial industry including banks, insurance companies, pension funds etc.
  • Associate or Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries, Casualty Actuarial Society, Society of Actuaries.
  • Designations from PRMIA, GARP, CFA, CAIA, or other comparable certifications an asset.
  • Understanding of and demonstrated experience with actuarial valuation methodologies, mathematical finance methodologies and risk analysis.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision on technical and/or analytical work.
  • Strong communication, presentation, and collaboration skills at all levels of the organization.
  • Good personal, interpersonal skills and ability to contribute in a team working environment.
  • Results oriented, accountable for performance, and taking complete ownership of projects.
  • Knowledge of the company's business, mandate and objectives.
  • Knowledge of regulatory requirements and best practices with respect to insurance valuation or other actuarial related fields.