"I gained great confidence in the advice provided from the fact you have had years of experience in various actuarial fields"
The number of actuaries working within non-life insurance or general insurance has increased significantly in recent years and continues to do so. There are a wide range of employers within the non-life sector, including insurers, reinsurers, Lloyd’s syndicates, banks, brokers, consultancies, rating agencies and regulators.
Actuaries working in this sector tend to provide advice in three main areas: pricing; reserving; and capital modelling. In addition, actuaries are becoming increasingly involved in catastrophe modelling and wider enterprise risk management within the non-life insurance sector. Some roles provide the opportunity to specialise in one particular area, whereas others provide exposure to two or more areas.
Our Managing Director, Antony Buxton FIA, worked as Head of Actuarial Services for Legal & General’s non-life business. As such, we have direct experience working within this sector and many strong client relationships. We have enjoyed significant success in placing candidates of all levels in non-life actuarial vacancies.
Please contact us for a market update or a confidential discussion regarding our current non-life vacancies.
Our client, a dynamic financial consultancy, has a fantastic opportunity for a part-qualified or qualified non-life actuary with a speciality in reserving and good technical skills to provide cutting-edge solutions for a number of major, client-facing projects.
A strong communicator and good at building relationships, the successful candidate will ideally possess experience of coding and developing actuarial modelling systems.
Full study package provided for candidates still studying ...
Leading London Market managing agent has a fantastic opportunity for a qualified non-life actuary with reserving experience to manage the development and parameterisation of syndicate capital models including signing off on complex changes in the capital modelling platform, ensuring compliance with Solvency II policies.
With experience in actuarial capital modelling alongside excellent IT skills, the successful candidate will possess well-honed interpersonal and communication skills.
Leading insurer is seeking a part-qualified non-life actuary to join its home pricing team where you will develop recommendations to improve the pricing performance and longer-term pricing capability, whilst maintaining underwriting discipline.
In this key role, you will develop accurate pricing models, monitoring the effectiveness of models on an ongoing basis to ensure they are fit for purpose and deliver improvements where necessary.
In addition, you will identify, own and manage the ri...
Our client, a leading insurer, is seeking a part qualified GI actuary (or talented actuarial graduate) to b responsible for pricing work on products within Motor, Travel, PMI and Home insurance.
In this fantastic career-development opportunity, you will monitor the pricing performance of each product whilst recommending changes to gross rating structures to maximise revenue yield.
In addition, you will carry out testing of rate changes and other IT projects with testing teams and support e...
Major insurer has a fantastic opportunity for a qualified GI actuary to take up this leadership position, ensuring that the firm adheres to all relevant home and host-state regulation and compliance requirements.
In conjunction with the underwriting deptartment, you will ensure that underwriting and policy wordings for all products are in line with best practice.
In addition, you will lead on the effective and efficient management of existing and new distribution relations...
Our client has an integral 12 month fixed term vacancy for a qualified non-life actuary to take up this leadership position, calculating quarterly and year-end Reserves and Solvency II Technical Provisions.
The successful candidate will bring with them a wealth of experience and knowledge of the UK personal lines insurance market and expertise in reserving practices and Solvency II.
In addition, you will have great communication skills and the desire to mentor and develop those a...
Our client, a global consultancy, has a fantastic opportunity for a part-qualified GI actuary to join its a highly collaborative P&C department in Bermuda where you will play a key role in loss reserving analysis across all lines of business.
In this excellent, international career-development opportunity, you will play a key role in supporting a number of diverse workstreams including: regulatory capital modelling; predictive modelling and customer analytics; rate setting ...
Our client has a number of exciting opportunities for part-qualified non-life actuaries, at all levels of experience, to join their reserving team where you will undertake internal reserve reviews across the Motor and Home portfolios to produce an IFRS best estimate.
In these excellent career-development opportunities, you will support reserve variability assessments alongside the production of Solvency 2 technical provision assessments.
In addition, you will support the Risk fun...
We have a number of exciting opportunities for actuaries of all levels based in Leeds. Now is the perfect time to contact us to discuss your next move. Who knows where it might lead?
Our client is seeking a part-qualified GI actuary with excellent technical knowledge of pricing and analytical techniques to be responsible for statistical analysis for the pricing and marketing teams.
In this key role, you will investigate and drive forward market leading pricing capabilities whilst developing forecasting models & explaining weekly/yearly variances vs forecast.
Highly numerate with strong analytical & problem-solving skills, the successful candidate will possess e...
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