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Senior Valuation Actuary Reinsurance job in London, South East England

Senior Valuation Actuary Reinsurance job in London, South East England
  • PublishedNovember 15, 2022

 London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

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Senior Valuation Actuary sought for a Global Re-Insurer within their Valuations team within Corporate Actuarial in Central London.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Qualified Actuary to join a Global Re-Insurer and make the next step in their career to become a SeniorValuation Actuary.

The SeniorValuation Actuary will act as second in command to the Head of Reporting, offering great exposure to senior stakeholders across the business.

This client is going through a period of change, with multiple projects ongoing and scheduled to improve processes, efficiencies and productivity. This team is key to this change programme and the SeniorValuation Actuary will be an active part of these projects.

Responsibilities of the SeniorValuation Actuary:

  • Support quarterly reporting across multiple bases including SII and IFRS
  • Challenge existing processes, suggest & develop solutions and drive change within the team
  • As a senior leader in the team, assist in managing performance and development of junior colleagues
  • Work with colleagues across multiple internal teams to produce, analyse and communicate valuation results

Key Experience of the SeniorValuation Actuary:

  • Qualified Actuary
  • Life Insurance, Reinsurance or Consulting background
  • Valuation experience would be highly beneficial
  • Strong communication skills

The recruitment of a strong SeniorValuation Actuary is of the highest importance to our client who are looking to arrange interviews as soon as possible.

If you are excited about the prospect of becoming a SeniorValuation Actuary at a Global Re-Insurer then please apply with your CV below or contact Jack Dykins.

Sellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and circumstances, including underrepresented and disadvantaged groups and those with disabilities. Please note our advertisements use years’ experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice which can be found in the footer on our website.

Required skills

  • Consulting
  •  IFRS
  •  Life Insurance
  •  Productivity
  •  Reinsurance
  •  Reporting
  •  Valuations
  •  Solvency II
  •  Qualified
  •  Change
  •  Leader
  •  Actuarial
  •  SII
  •  Senior Valuation Actuary

Actuarial Change Analyst job in  Stoke Gifford, Avon

 Stoke Gifford, Avon

 Permanent, full-time

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Senior / Actuarial Analyst

Salary: Competitive + Excellent Benefits

Location: Peterborough or Bristol

Who are Diligenta?

Diligenta’s vision is to be acknowledged as Best in-class Platform based Life and Pensions Administration Service provider. Customer service is at the heart of everything we do and our aim is to transform our clients’ operations. A business that has been described as ‘home’ by existing employees, we drive a culture that is founded on positive change and development.

The Opportunity

Due to increased work across one of our large transformation programmes, our Actuarial Calculations team are now looking for Actuarial Analysts to join us in supporting the requirement analysis, design, build and testing of the calculations. This is an exciting opportunity to develop your actuarial career whilst working on a large, complex and unique transformation programme with exposure to a large client, diverse stakeholders, multiple legacy systems, in a role that will provide depth, complexity and reward.

You’ll be:

  • Understanding the actuarial and product manuals and develop the required calculation specifications in MS Word / Excel format.
  • Required to understand TCS BaNCS calculations specifications specified in MS word / MS Excel format by our actuarial team and responsible to support design and build teams with query resolutions
  • Specifying the test conditions to test the calculations and responsible to execute the test conditions against the test tools
  • Responsible for analysing calculations mismatches identified during testing, liaising with actuarial, IT developers, product experts to resolve the mismatches
  • Responsible for consolidating the static data /standing data from various calculation specifications and converting the same to a predefined format as specified by the Platform
  • Responsible for developing, maintaining and enhancing relationships with key stakeholders, customers, project teams and third parties

You should apply if you:

  • You possess or are currently working towards the Associate of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
  • Excellent analytical ability & problem-solving skills
  • Advanced knowledge of Excel – VBA / Macros
  • Possess experience of the financial Services industry (particularly Life and pensions processes and products)

The Perks

  • 25 days holidays + 8 bank holidays
  • Discretionary annual bonus
  • Company pension scheme membership
  • Gain professional accreditation on completion at no extra cost through our bespoke 24/7 professionally accredited online learning and development tools
  • Access to our Confidential Helpline is available to be used by you and your family
  • Develop your career through a wider global organisation of the TCS family

Required skills

  • actuarial; calculations; VBA

Protection Pricing Actuary job in  London, South East England

 London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

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Protection Pricing Actuary

Salary: up to £85,000 (dependent on experience)

Location: Flexible

This company will provide you with the work-life balance that you need and a culture that will give you the support to further your career.  you’re wanting more responsibility and more varied work then this could be the perfect move for you. You will be getting exposure to a range of protection products where you’ll play a key part in their success. In addition to this, there will also be involvement in enhancing propositions, modifying pricing approaches and validating the pricing models to help the business get ahead in the market.

To be considered for this role, you must have:

  • Either qualified as an actuary or be part-way through the exams
  • Detailed understanding of life insurance and pricing approaches (UK market)
  • Strong communication skills and be comfortable dealing with a range of stakeholders
  • Experience of UK protection products (some flexibility on this for candidates with strong pricing experience in other areas)
  • Comfortable with analysing and interpreting large data sets
  • Strong technical skills – software/programming

Apply now for immediate consideration and/or more information on the role

Actuarial Change Analyst job in  Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

 Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

 Permanent, full-time

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Actuarial Change Analyst

Salary: c. £60,000 – £65,000 + Competitive Benefits

Location: Peterborough or Edinburgh

Who are Diligenta?

Diligenta’s vision is to be acknowledged as Best in-class Platform based Life and Pensions Administration Service provider. Customer service is at the heart of everything we do and our aim is to transform our clients’ operations. A business that has been described as ‘home’ by existing employees, we drive a culture that is founded on positive change and development.

The Opportunity

We are looking for proactive, knowledgeable and confident Actuarial Change Analyst to join our Transformation & Change team. As such, you will have excellent understanding and knowledge of L&P products, as well as outstanding PC and problem-solving skills. Mainly responsible to support the requirement analysis, design, build and testing of the calculations.

You’ll be:

  • Working as permanent member of the calculation workstream within the transformation and change team.
  • Required to understand the actuarial and product manuals and develop the required calculation specifications in MS Word / Excel format.
  • Required to understand TCS BaNCS calculations specifications specified in MS word / MS Excel format by our actuarial team and responsible to support design and build teams with query resolutions
  • Specifying the test conditions to test the calculations and responsible for executing the test conditions against the test tools (e.g. based on excel or Python) and TCS BaNCS
  • Analysing calculations mismatches identified during testing liaising with actuarial, IT developers, product experts to resolve the mismatches
  • Consolidating the static data /standing data from various calculation specifications and converting the same to a predefined format as specified by TCS BaNCS Platform
  • Developing, maintaining and enhancing relationships with key stakeholders, customers, project teams and third parties

You should apply if you:

  • Possess / currently working towards the Associate of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries or alternatively possess proven experience and technical understanding of UK life and pension products
  • Excellent analytical ability, problem-solving and report writing skills
  • Advanced knowledge of Excel – VBA and Data base skills an advantage
  • Possess an in-depth knowledge of a range of life assurance and pensions product types and charges

The Perks

  • 25 days holidays + 8 bank holidays
  • Discretionary annual bonus
  • Company pension scheme membership
  • Gain professional accreditation on completion at no extra cost through our bespoke 24/7 professionally accredited online learning and development tools
  • Access to our Confidential Helpline is available to be used by you and your family
  • Develop your career through a wider global organisation of the TCS family

Required skills

  • actuarial; calculations; VBA

Reserving Actuary Damage and Accident job in Germany

 Germany

 Permanent, full-time

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My client (a leading international insurer) is seeking a motivated analytically expert to join a well established and diverse reserving team in Dusseldorf.

The company is an established insurance entity, financially backed by one of the largest re-insurers globally. Due to expansion following an exciting period of growth, there is a need for a talented reserving actuary to join the team. The role will offer exposure to:

– Portfolio assessment for IFRS financial statements

– Actuarial reporting with VAG & SII

– Cross team interaction (Communicating results to stakeholders)

– Profitability analysis for all branches of the business

Candidates must have:

– Minimum 2 years of non-life actuarial experience

– At least 1 year of insurance reserving

– Technical skills in SAS, R, or ResQ

– Fluent English and some level of German (A1-C2)

– EU passport or right to work in German

Technical Change Actuary job in  London, South East England 

London, South East England

Permanent, full-time

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We have been mandated to help source a qualified Technical Change Actuary for a leading client in London.

The role will play a key role in the delivery of business growth and operational transformation.

The position involves work with multiple stakeholders across the group and takes a lead on projects to deliver changes across models, modelling methodologies, reporting processes etc.

They are looking for a qualified actuary who has post-qualified experience from working within a life company or consultancy.

Ideally you will have had good exposure to asset modelling, project management and hands-on experience with programming languages such as Python, VBA and C++.

For more information please contact me for a confidential discussion.

Required skills

  • python
  •  actuary

Regulatory Actuary – Director for Investments job in  London, South East England

 London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

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A unique role has arisen for a senior investments actuary to join a regulator as a Director, Investments, with a focus on improving actuarial standards and providing clearer guidance for actuaries in a rapidly evolving area. Hot topics such as insurers increasing exposure to illiquid assets and to infrastructure projects, and to esg investing are driving changes in the type of work that investment actuaries are doing, and so a role has arisen for a senior actuary with relevant investments experience to join the regulator and to help shape policy decisions which impacts on the work that all actuaries undertake.

Are you analytically minded and keen to think about problems facing the industry and keen to be involved in projects to steer policy decisions which will make things better?

Would you like a much better work life balance and to work with very friendly like-minded colleagues in a non-commercially driven organisation, where profitability is not on the agenda?

This is a highly interactive role with senior figures across the industry so you will need to possess strong oral and written communications, including strong presentation skills and experience of speaking to large and challenging audiences. You will also be comfortable in taking ownership and responsibility for timely delivery of high quality of projects. This is a role which will involve working collaboratively in a team environment and also to work independently when required.

If you have deep knowledge of investments work (either from an insurer, pensions consultancy or bank) and you are familiar with emerging topics such as illiquid assets, then please contact or to find out more. This is a fast moving area where actuaries can do a lot of thinking and need some better guidance from experts in this field.

Typical projects will be more around setting assumptions around investment returns and some work around esg (environmental, social and governmental) investing.

In our company values we aim for equity at all stages of the recruitment process, please let us know if we can do anything to make the process more accessible to you.

Senior Longevity Actuary job in  London, South East England

 London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

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You will be a Qualified Actuary with Longevity experience within either a mid-tier | Big4 Consultancy or within Life Insurance. Experience of Reinsurance would be very valuable or experience work working across numerous Longevity Transactions.

Key Responsibilities:

* Providing high quality longevity support to our insurance and reinsurance clients both in the UK and globally, either on a consulting basis or potentially via secondment to the client, delivering projects on time and within budget.

* Support longevity proposition development, with a particular focus on longevity transactions and reinsurance.

* Developing and maintaining a good relationship with nominated clients and prospects, building a strong network of contacts in the life insurance industry.

* Collaborating across the business, particularly with our risk transfer team and longevity specialists, to deliver on cross-practice projects.

* Helping to promote our insurance offerings to a wider audience, which includes conference speaking and writing articles.

Required skills

  • actuary
  •  qualified actuary
  •  longevity

Senior Actuarial Systems Manager job in Birmingham, West Midlands

Birmingham, West Midlands

 Permanent, full-time

 Work from home

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Senior Actuarial Systems Manager

Hybrid Working – Flexible around location however travel to the Midlands is required.

Our client is a leading life insurer which prides itself on its culture and values. They’re experiencing exponential growth and are currently looking to recruit a key role as part of their senior leadership team to support their continued success.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Actuarial Systems Manager; leading a small team you will be part of our clients Actuarial Reporting Team in a highly influential role overseeing the integrity of our clients actuarial systems including the development and delivery of change of those actuarial systems.

The role mixes technical & business knowledge with stakeholder and influencing skills to ensure the smooth delivery of designs through governance into delivery.

You will manage a number of technical SMEs as they produce designs across a range of systems and projects ensuring they are fit for purpose and fit for the business as our client transitions through change.

Experience required:

* Significant experience of actuarial systems development with the ability to review and understand model specifications.

* We’re happy to consider either a qualified actuary or someone that’s not completed actuarial exams.

* Knowledge of IT finance or actuarial systems architecture is required.

To hear more please send your CV online.

Required skills

  • actuarial
  •  Actuarial Systems Manager
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