Senior Pricing Manager

  • 37885
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Germany
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  • Aug 5, 2020
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  • German
  • Develop and maintain pricing tools, in particular, this involves refinement of the tools through recalibrations and the development of appropriate statistical pricing methodologies.
  • Provide management and leadership within the pricing team: deputize for the Head of Pricing when required, peer review work from other team members, provide guidance to junior team members.
  • Establish an excellent working relationship with Underwriting and senior management to ensure their long-term support for the pricing tools.
  • Keep abreast of or lead on projects which affect the use of technical pricing and influence the direction of these projects so that technical pricing is promoted at the company.
  • Provide regular and ad-hoc reporting and analysis from the pricing tool data, to assist management with the active steering of the portfolio, particularly monitoring of risk adjusted rate changes.
  • Develop strong processes around modelling, reporting and analysis.
  • Analyze the profitability of individual accounts and/or business segments, as required.
  • Coordination of global, cross-team projects as required.
  • Successfully collaborate across Portfolio Management team and all the company departments.
  • Qualified P&C Actuary with significant post qualified experience.
  • Extensive experience of commercial lines pricing with a focus on developing exposure based pricing models.
  • Knowledge of long tail lines an advantage.
  • Experienced in influencing, particularly over those without direct authority.
  • Experienced in discussing with and presenting information to senior leaders.
  • Ability to build strong working relationships within management and the business areas.
  • Strong results orientation with a proven track-record of delivering on-time projects and process improvements.
  • Good computer skills with a working knowledge of Excel, VBA & SQL.
  • Ability to work in an international environment.
  • Desire to be involved in wider corporate issues.