Actuarial Analyst

Job Locations UK-London
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(16/09/2021 15:56)
Job ID
2021-1044
# of Openings
1
Category
Actuarial

Overview

Are you our new Actuarial Analyst? Are you analytical and want to start a career in a fast-moving field with endless opportunities?

 

Our Actuarial team includes a diverse group of senior and junior actuaries who provide support to the business through evaluation, management and advice in relation to financial risks. Our opinion and insight are highly sought and valued. We want to build a market leading team where each member challenges the status quo and wants to push the boundaries. Whilst we are responsible for the maintenance and running of the Capital and Reserving models for both of our Lloyds Syndicates, ERS and IQUW, we are also encouraged to collaborate with our colleagues across all teams to drive innovation.

 

Our Actuarial Analysts provide analysis and insight to a variety of stakeholders such as Underwriting, Finance, Claims and Executive management. We are in our start-up phase, which is a very exciting time to be involved in the building of all tools and models, where you’ll have the opportunity to bring your own unique perspective to the team. We primarily use industry modelling platforms (Igloo and Tyche) but are very keen to collaborate with our Head of Innovation to deploy automation tools, AI and visualisation tools, your enthusiasm will be key to ensuring these initiatives are a success.

 

Within the role you can expect Actuarial Study support and salary increases in line with exam completions aligned to the market rate.

 

The location for this role is our London office, we are currently trialling a mix of office and home working patterns at IQUW Group. During the selection process we will discuss indicative home / office patterns for this role.

 

Reporting to the Capital Manager, your responsibilities in the role will be to:

  • Assist the actuarial team in assessing the sufficiency and quality of the data available
  • Assisting with regular model updates as required, including updates to methodology, coding, parameters, data, exposure and reinsurance inputs
  • Proactively seeking to improve efficiency through automation using appropriate automation tools (such as SQL, Python, R, visualisation tools)
  • Development, maintenance and enhancement of data templates, with the aim of improving data quality and efficiency of analysis
  • Maintenance of policies and processes documentation
  • Production of analysis and commentary to support internal and external reporting

 

We’d like to hear from you, if you have:

  • A quantitative background (including but not limited to Mathematical, Physics, Economics degree or equivalent)
  • Experience using programming languages such as SQL, Python, R or similar
  • Knowledge and experience of handling complex datasets and utilising them in structured analysis would be desirable but not essential
  • An interest/understanding of the insurance market
  • The drive to qualify as an actuary

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