Senior Actuary

  • 37847
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Switzerland
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  • Jul 30, 2020
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  • French, German
  • Act as responsible actuary on behalf of a number of captive and insurance company clients and take care of the client's regulatory duties and ensures the necessary reporting tasks to the Regulator in Switzerland and in the Principality of Liechtenstein, which includes Reserving Report, SST or Solvency II calculation and reporting, Statement of the Actuarial Opinion and the Own Risk Management and Solvency Assessment as well as any ad-hoc reportings, in due time and the required quality. Represent the actuarial function towards the regulator on behalf of the client.
  • Assist clients with ad-hoc actuarial support for solvency calculations, pricing studies, portfolio restructuring and business plan changes, premium allocation, data analytics and others.
  • Engage in risk finance consulting projects for the company’s clients and provide the necessary quantitative support for total cost of risk optimization, optimal retention/risk financing structure analysis, risk tolerance and risk appetite modelling, loss forecasting, nat cat modelling, pricing review, data analytics for the evaluation for risk improvement measures, pricing and structuring of non-traditional solutions and other data analytics projects.
  • Assists the team lead in managing the book of business as well as supports the business development.
  • Engages in the training and on-the-job development of junior actuaries.
  • 3-5 years of experience as a Senior Actuary.
  • Qualified for taking on responsible actuary mandates under both the SST and Solvency II regime.
  • Owning the designation of and having the membership in the Swiss Association of Actuaries will be considered an important asset.
  • Having a very good understanding of SST or Solvency II reporting requirements in terms of performing the necessary calculations and report writing.
  • Experience and excellent know-how in stochastic modelling as well as in other relevant actuarial methods and technics.
  • Excellent knowledge of relevant programing languages and tools as well as programming skills will be considered an asset.
  • Master or bachelor’s degree in applied actuarial science, applied mathematics, physics or economics or any other similar subject.
  • Proficiency in either German or French as well as in English is a must.