IFRS17 Non Life Actuary

  • 36133
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Ireland - Republic
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  • Oct 28, 2019
  • Calculation, testing and maintenance of IFRS17 CSM, risk adjustment, discounting, cashflows for group and legal entities leveraging Solvency II calculations where appropriate by working closely with the non-life and life actuarial teams, Finance, IT and external vendors to ensure IFRS17 compliance and maintenance of these processes post IFRS 17 implementation.
  • Modelling to support IFRS17 policy decisions.
  • Maintaining documentation of processes and procedures.
  • Working closely with Finance to ensure the efficient production of inputs to quarterly and annual IFRS17 financial statements.
  • Contributing to the monitoring of changes in rules and guidances or market practice relating to the calculation of IFRS 17 requirements.
  • You should contribute to the continued enhancement of the IFRS17 actuarial environment.
  • Will also be responsible for the building and monitoring of the controls process relating to the IFRS17 environment and liaise with external Auditors to provide data required for their quarterly/year-end procedures post IFRS17 implementation.
  • You may be required to provide assistance on other Group related tasks as required post IFRS 17 implementation.
  • Have attained or are close to attaining the Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries designation, Associate or Fellow of the Casualty Actuary Society or equivalent.
  • Degree in actuarial science, mathematics, or a related field.
  • At least five years of non-life actuarial experience either in reinsurance, insurance or consulting. Prior experience of IFRS 17 would be a distinct advantage, with experience in Solvency II, reserving and financial reporting also being helpful.
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel, IT, data management and modeling skills; knowledge of visual basic and Business Objects reporting would be an advantage
  • Strong communication, good written skills and proficiency in English.
  • High motivation, team-orientation and adaptability.