"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 is seeking a qualified (or part-qualified) non-life actuary with pricing or reserving experience and excellent academics to join their London-based consultancy.
An excellent opportunity for an ambitious actuary who is excited by a commercial role in a niche business.
Major global London Market company has a unique opportunity for a qualified GI actuarial contractor to lead on the development of the IFRS17 reporting requirements whilst also acting as the actuarial project lead for the EEA Part VII transfer as part of the firm's solution to Brexit.
Advanced knowledge of Solvency II and preferably of IFRS17 essential, as is knowledge of reserving tools including ResQ or similar.
FTC: 12 - 18 months.
Leading London Market firm has a fantastic fixed term contract opportunity for a qualified non-life actuary take the lead on the development of the IFRS17 reporting requirements whilst supporting the design and implementation of new reserving and capital modelling processes.
With advanced knowledge of Solvency II and preferably of IFRS17, the successful candidate will possess knowledge of various IT tools including Excel, Access, Word. ...
Our client is seeking a qualified non-life actuary with a track record of pricing and underwriting to take up this 6-month fixed term contract position, reviewing non-life insurers' pricing and underwriting practices.
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Take this great opportunity to develop your career within a broad role in a thriving Southern European location. A qualified GI actuary, you must be a highly-motivated team player, with excellent leadership, communication and time-management skills. A good understanding of Solvency II is also required.
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Our client is seeking a part-qualified or qualified GI actuary to take the lead on innovative pricing, developing and contributing towards a pricing sophistication roadmap to enable market leading portfolio management.
In this key role, you will work with account underwriters to update and devise new rating algorithms.
In addition, you will coordinate and implement accurate analysis, rate reviews and oversight of test procedures and results.
Experience of utilising pricin...
Our client is seeking a part-qualified non-life actuary to build and develop pricing models, undertake price optimizations and carry out price changes tin order to drive profitability and growth of the business.
Ensuring modelling practices are followed and document model builds, you will assess model performance on a continuous basis and highlight changes that need to be made.
In addition, you will suggest new techniques and tools that can be used to improve ...
Leading Lloyd’s motor specialist is has a fantastic career-development opportunity for a part-qualified non-life actuary (preferably with experience in motor lines of business) to assist in the management of the actuarial reserving function.
In this key role, you will contribute to the reserve reviews on a quarterly basis, i.e. modeling of reserves and monitoring of emergent experience.
You will also support the calculation of Technical Provisions for Solvency II whilst pro...
Major insurer is seeking a part-qualified non-life actuary to provide actuarial analysis to support the assessment of capital requirement in respect of claims risks as part of the delivery of the internal capital model.
With strong analytical skills or programming experience and business acumen, the successful candidate will ideally possess experience of working with programming language such as VBA, R or SAS.
Well-honed communication and interpersonal skills also essential.
Our client is seeking a part-qualified or qualified GI actuary (or CII/MBA) with knowledge of Data Science techniques to develop and maintain multivariate statistical models whilst also supporting the development of the retail optimisation models.
In this key role, you will work with the pricing analytics team to develop optimisation models that achieve the business targets in a changing environment.
You will also develop pricing controls, working with internal and external partners t...
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