"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.
Join a team of high-calibre actuaries in these exciting client-focused roles, driving change, providing innovative and practical solutions, and helping clients stay ahead.
With a natural affinity for problem solving, useful skills and experience could include P&C reserving, risk, SII technical provisions, reserve risk assessments, process improvement, change projects and transformation, and/or capital modelling. Any personal lines experience would also be an advantage.
Candidates with ...
Lloyd’s Syndicate seeks Chief Actuary with strong problem-solving and interpersonal skills to lead and develop its actuarial team. Please contact us for more information.
Major insurer has a fantastic opportunity for a part-qualified non-life actuary to maintain, update, communicate and develop specific sections of the Internal Economic Capital Model (IECM) and interact with the business and the Financial Risk team to help them use the model for decision making.
In this key role, you will oversee market risk (ESG) and credit risk (e.g. reinsurance) elements of the model, having significant interaction with 2nd line financial risk team and Investment team,...
Major insurer is seeking a part-qualified non-life actuary to produce insightful analysis and recommendations to the team managers & internal stakeholders, to inform Reserving, Forecasting, Monitoring and associated Business decision making.
In this key role, you will lead specialised investigations, produce reports and contribute to the delivery of presentations to internal stakeholders.
In addition, you will research and build models for specific tasks for reserving or...
Join the best team in the market in a cutting-edge, pricing-focused project environment.
You will bring sophisticated knowledge of pricing and analytics, with excellent abilities in software, programming, and data manipulation. A passion for new approaches utilising machine learning and data science will be well-placed.
You will learn from the best, interact with many stakeholders, gain a strategic view, whilst also being afforded deep technical involvement.
A creative, innovative...
Leading insurer has a number of exciting opportunities for part-qualified or qualified non-life actuaries with experience gained working within a pricing function to play a key role in the performance and profitable development of products through control of technical pricing in response to claims trends, market conditions and regulatory impact.
Talented exam-stoppers will be considered.
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Leading global provider of reinsurance solutions has a fantastic opportunity for a part-qualified GI actuary to help to develop the casualty pricing tools and price individual deals to enable the organization to make informed commercial decisions.
Working very closely with underwriters and the Senior Casualty Insurance Analyst, you will perform the necessary qualitative, numerical and actuarial analysis on Casualty and Specialty deals, leading to underwriting recommendations.
Our client has an exciting opportunity for a part-qualified or qualified GI actuary with technical reserving experience to review the Underwriting performance of a number of business lines and to drive the development of the actuarial function.
A confident communicator with excellent interpersonal skills, the successful candidate will be able to challenge and review in a precise and pragmatic manner.
Contact us now for more information on this excellent career opportunity within a growing ...
Seeking an actuarial candidate ideally with IFRS 17 business development experience or / and IFRS 17 data management experience.
Sales skills are not essential but client consultancy will form part of the role so the succesful candidate must have strong communication skills.
If you have IFRS 17 program management/data analysis/model build/systems update skills then please get in touch for more information.
Our client is seeking a part-qualified or qualified non-life actuary to calculate the business’ economic capital benchmark by running the internal models whilst carrying out Solvency II calculations.
In this excellent, diverse career-development opportunity, you will support the production of the ORSA paper whilst carrying out the quarterly reserving exercises by line of business, running the reserving model to check the reserve levels set.
In addition, you will review changes t...
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