Intermediate Actuarial Analyst

  • 39256
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • British Columbia, Canada
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  • Mar 4, 2021
  • Develop knowledge of actuarial operations and the insurance business, such as reserving, underwriting, claims handling, pricing, product development, and financial planning
  • Develop knowledge of the investment portfolios and key sources of market and credit risk
  • Leverage professional experience with spreadsheets, databases, and statistical software to collect, compile, categorize, and report data used in economic capital modeling and related analysis
  • Perform analysis on relevant data sources to come up with reasonable modeling assumptions, parameters, and update economic capital modeling in a timely fashion
  • Produce data exhibits, analyses, and reports relating to measuring, tracking, and monitoring the company’s capital status
  • Research and communicate economic capital modeling concepts, and make recommendations to management both verbally and in writing with supporting documentation
  • Develop bespoke risk analyses, scenario tests, and solutions upon request
  • Develop and maintain related economic capital modeling documentation
  • Collaborate with other departments and engage key stakeholders to collect information for economic capital modeling updates and new initiatives
  • Prepare model inputs, assumptions, and parameter calibration for economic capital modeling on a regular basis
  • Validate model results and management reports and support implementation of economic capital modeling in ORSA
  • Research and develop new modeling functionalities and methodologies
  • Produce and communicate economic capital modeling reports with relevant stakeholders
  • Take initiative in reporting enhancements and productivity improvements
  • Support other capital management and Corporate Actuarial projects as needed
  • Support upper management and work on Financial Condition Testing, budget balance sheet support, reinsurance support, exposure data management and Cat monitoring reports
  • Bachelor’s degree in an analytical field of study (Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics, or other related fields). Master’s degree considered an asset
  • Completion of 3 exams (minimum) of the Casualty Actuarial Society
  • 1-3 years of relevant full-time experience; experience of capital modeling is preferred
  • Team player and able to work with multiple stakeholders. Also, able to take initiative and work independently at times on ad-hoc projects
  • Must have strong communication, organization, problem-solving and financial reporting skills
  • Must be a self-starter and able to explain technical concepts to non-technical personnel
  • Very strong technical computing skills particularly in the use of Microsoft Excel (incl. VBA). Strong knowledge of other Microsoft applications (Word, PowerPoint, Access, etc.)
  • SQL database/programming skills and knowledge of statistical modeling software (e.g. SAS) considered an asset.
  • Experience with stochastic capital modeling software considered an asset