"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.
Leading-edge client operating within the global insurance and reinsurance market seeks a number of qualified GI actuaries to contribute to the production of robust transaction assessments for various entities across multiple jurisdictions under the Group’s ownership.
In these key roles, you will produce models of potential transactions reflecting the extent of data provided and highlight the strengths and weaknesses of models produced.
You will also produce robu...
Our client, a major insurer, has multiple opportunities for graduates and part-qualified GI actuaries to join their team where you will focus on the Household line of business, developing and maintaining product pricing for prospective new products and new business tenders.
In these diverse career development opportunities, you will manage periodic risk rate analyses, investigate new techniques and sources of data that will improve risk selection, retention and new business conversi...
Seeking a part-qualified actuary with experience within general insurance reserving to undertake internal reviews across the Motor and Home portfolios to produce a best estimate whilst producing Solvency II Technical Provisions.
In this exciting career development opportunity, you will report results to internal parties including Reserve and Audit Committees, producing formal Actuarial reports.
You will also carry out data manipulation using SQL to help investigate...
Our client is seeking a part-qualified non-life actuary to assist with the provision of 2nd line of defence oversight of and challenge to the business to identify, measure, manage, monitor and report risk.
In this exciting career development opportunity, you will assist in formulating and maintaining the company’s risk appetite, tolerances and limits.
You will also support the development of the capital model and ORSA process (including stress testing and scenario ana...
Our client, a leading managing agency, has a fantastic career development opportunity for a part-qualified non-life actuary to support the Internal Model build, alongside the on-going development, parameterization and validation of syndicates under management.
In this key role, you will be involved in quarterly GAAP and Solvency II reserving, supporting the Head of Reserving.
You will also support wider lines of business including property, casualty and financial lines whil...
Our client, a major global consultancy, has a fantastic opportunity for a qualified actuary from a life or non-life (re)insurance background to join their office located in the Mediterranean where you will support reserving, financial reporting (e.g. IFRS 17) or audit activities.
In this key role, you will use or review mathematical modelling techniques and statistical concepts to determine probability and assess risks, such as analysing insurance liabilities.
Our client is seeking a part-qualified or qualified non-life actuary to lead the development and delivery of appropriate GLM analysis and technical pricing models.
With strong analytical and statistical experience including GLMs, the successful candidate will be confident with analytics tools including Emblem, programming languages (particularly SAS), Excel etc.
In addition, you will have -experience and an understanding of Commercial Lines insurance and products.
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Our client has an exciting opportunity for a part-qualified non-life actuarial contractor to conduct the quarterly assessment of in-house actuarial reserve indications on both an ultimate basis and an earned basis.
In this key role, you will monitor the quarterly run-off of reserves and assist with regular monitoring of plan versus actual.
You will also conduct the parameterisation of the Prior Year Risk element of the capital model.
In addition, you will provide an...
Leading consultancy has an exciting opportunity for a part-qualified non-life actuary to provide support for a number of projects, primarily within the capital and reserving workstreams.
In this key role, you will build, update, parameterise and modify actuarial models, including those used to project reserves and model capital.
Working as part of a team, you will also assist in tenders and pitches for new business.
Prior experience of capital and reserving would be an advantage.
Our client is seeking non-life risk actuaries to support the validation team. This role offers the opportunity to learn about a wider range of topics than a traditional role.
The role will be exposed to all the different elements of the internal model, as well as areas ranging from pricing, reserving, regulatory requirements for different countries, investments, underwriting, stress and scenario testing, risk appetite and tolerances, financial reporting, risk management and gov...
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