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Position: Life Reporting Actuary
Institution: Placement through Fenchurch Associates
Location: United Kingdom
Duties: Under minimal supervision, assist in the implementation of the new IFRS 17 process: Validate the financial outcomes from dry runs; Refine working assumptions in parameters and models; Assist with the resolution of identified defects; Validate and forecast new IFRS 17 financial metrics; Provide thought leadership on activities with a low to moderate level of complexity and contribute to problem solving on activities with a higher level of complexity; Engage in peer reviews of methodology, models and documentation, providing appropriate challenge and suggestion for improvements; Work collaboratively in a technical change team to deliver effective solutions, within project timelines and to required quality, overcoming challenges as they arise
Requirements: Senior student or newly qualified fellow of IFoA, with two or more years’ experience of working in an life actuarial team, and some experience of working in an actuarial life assurance reporting team; Experience of reporting procedures, processes and operating controls for a robust delivery of reliable and accurate financial reporting to auditable standards; Ability to interpret technical guidance and produce technical documentation; Ability to plan work activity to realistic deadlines and deliver to schedule; Confident communicator that is able to document and explain technical material to a range of stakeholders; Excellent IT skills, specifically Word and Excel; SQL skills or similar coding language experience
   
Text: We are looking for a senior student or newly qualified actuary (or candidate with equivalent expertise) to join our client's actuarial consulting team, initially supporting the IFRS 17 project. The team influences and delivers change across both local and global teams. The team works in collaboration with the Chief Life Actuary, Executives and Head Office. They provide effective solutions to regulatory and business changes, working in an agile, flexible, collaborative manner across a number of business areas. They are looking for a self-driven senior student or newly qualified actuary, with life assurance reporting experience, to enhance the team’s capabilities to implement IFRS 17 and other significant business projects. This role would suit a candidate with good technical, analytical and communication skills, capable of working with a variety of people. Main Accountabilities: Under minimal supervision, assist in the implementation of the new IFRS 17 process: Validate the financial outcomes from dry runs Refine working assumptions in parameters and models Assist with the resolution of identified defects Validate and forecast new IFRS 17 financial metrics Provide thought leadership on activities with a low to moderate level of complexity and contribute to problem solving on activities with a higher level of complexity Engage in peer reviews of methodology, models and documentation, providing appropriate challenge and suggestion for improvements Work collaboratively in a technical change team to deliver effective solutions, within project timelines and to required quality, overcoming challenges as they arise Make informed actuarial and business recommendations based on professional judgment and experience. Develop a culture of continuous improvement that focuses on enhancing the service provided to the stakeholders Create and maintain strong working relationships Requirements Your skills and experience: Senior student or newly qualified fellow of IFoA, with two or more years’ experience of working in an life actuarial team, and some experience of working in an actuarial life assurance reporting team Experience of reporting procedures, processes and operating controls for a robust delivery of reliable and accurate financial reporting to auditable standards Ability to interpret technical guidance and produce technical documentation Ability to plan work activity to realistic deadlines and deliver to schedule Confident communicator that is able to document and explain technical material to a range of stakeholders Excellent IT skills, specifically Word and Excel SQL skills or similar coding language experience Benefits The Reward: We offer an excellent lifestyle benefits package which includes: Financial package including basic salary and car allowance. Industry leading Defined Contribution Pension scheme where employer contributions are 12 % of base salary 25 days holiday per year, plus an additional 3 volunteering days Private Medical Insurance Annual company bonus Discounted gym membership Discounted technology offers Virtual GP appointments Plus many more!
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