Manager

  • 39220
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Ontario, Canada
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  • Mar 4, 2021
Insurance
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Provide leadership to the team
  • Provide regular performance feedback and ensure career development plans in place for all direct reports.Accountable for employee engagement and ensure sufficient depth of talent for succession and coverage
  • Work closely with other managers to support engagement and development within the greater team
  • Accountable for adequacy of policy liability provisions for Property and Casualty lines
  • Review responsibility on P&C lines of business in quarterly reserving valuations
  • Collaborate with team to identify areas of concerns and claims development insights
  • Collaborate with team on common assumptions including loss trends, rate tracking, and mix of business
  • Represent the team with effective stakeholder management and communication of claims insights to the business
  • Accountable for adequacy of policy liability provisions for latent claims
  • Ownership of the data workstream deliverables and projects
  • Coordinate deliverables with analysts in workstream, providing support on training and organization
  • Ensure timely and accurate production of analysis data, including support for Reserving and external customers on request and queries
  • Drive continued improvements and new developments to the data systems and pipelines
  • Support the development and implementation of the infrastructure vision
  • Support the annual preparation of the Actuary’s Report for all legal entities
  • Liaise with external peer reviewers and auditors for year-end related inquires
  • Support Finance for successful delivery of monthly financial packages and quarterly regulatory reporting
  • Work with other Reserving managers to ensure compliance with Professional, Regulatory, External Audit, Internal Audit, Financial Reporting Control Framework and Risk Management requirements of the department
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Near Fellow (FCAS) or Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society (ACAS)
  • Five years actuarial experience
  • Strong knowledge of CIA Standards of Practice, Canadian IFRS and regulatory requirements
  • Good knowledge of actuarial reserving, process control techniques and insurance company operations and products
  • Ability to present and explain complex technical issues to Actuaries and non-Actuaries
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Fundamentals of data management
  • Ability to lead and develop employees through hiring, technical growth and performance management