Catastrophe Risk Analyst

  • 37178
  • Non-Life - CAT Modeling
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  • Illinois, United States
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  • Apr 9, 2020
  • Running Catastrophe loss modelling software (Natural perils and Terrorism) and preparing regular and ad-hoc data extracts and reports for the monitoring of the company global loss potential - including portfolio analyses, CAT limit monitoring, supporting global business steering and providing input to ensure adequate Reinsurance protection.
  • Contribute to define scope, timeframes and execute deliverables with internal and external clients.
  • Collaboration with CUO LOBs and other relevant functions (Actuarial, Risk Management, Reinsurance, CAT Capacity Steering Desk - CCSD, ARC, Claims, etc.) to support business steering and portfolio management, Solvency II requirements, Reinsurance renewals and Data Quality improvements.
  • Provide on the spot consultancy and translate or explain CAT Modeling results and reports to users in CxO.
  • Communication and explanation of portfolio impact (e.g., from model changes) to internal clients.
  • Training and education across the company as well as clients.
  • Drive innovation and change through managing the evaluation process relating to modelling upgrades, GIS applications and other vendor catastrophe loss modelling software, including technical and portfolio impact analyses and complete documentations.
  • Professional insurance and/or reinsurance experience;
  • Understanding of underwriting practice for industrial risks and corporate business on a global basis;
  • Practical experience and familiarity with multiple vendor tools;
  • Project Management experience;
  • Catastrophe Modeling Software experience (RMS, AIR, EQECAT);
  • GIS (Geographical Information Systems) applications experience;
  • Experience with Microsoft Excel, Access and SQL;
  • Ability to communicate with required levels/functions internally and externally in a global environment;
  • Results oriented;
  • Drive innovation and change; and
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Geosciences, Engineering or Mathematics.