At Just we are recruiting for our future and we currently have an exciting opportunity to join our Reporting & Analysis Team as a Senior Actuarial Analyst on a permanent basis from our London office.
Working alongside our Reporting & Analysis Actuary you will maintain the delivery of the Group’s actuarial reporting requirements for Solvency II, IFRS, EV and risk-based capital metrics. You will also support the delivery of actuarial aspects of business planning and prepare associate MI to support the objectives of the Finance, ALM, Capital and Investment teams.
You will support and perform production of Group actuarial reports and relevant analysis, including IFRS, Solvency I, Solvency II, economic capital and MCEV, and deliver reinsurer reporting requirements in line with Group treaties.
Furthermore you’ll engage in production of business projections, including scenarios and stress testing to support business planning, forecasting and risk management processes, the Group’s risk capital metrics and other relevant actuarial management information as required.
Finally you will perform the review of methodologies and assumptions deployed in actuarial systems used to fulfil the team’s objectives in order to develop and improve the modelling methodologies and reporting tools used and test reporting tools developed by the IT function and Actuarial Systems team.
This is an exciting opportunity carrying a good degree of autonomy and responsibility, we are also pleased to be able to offer full study support to the individual in this role.
Skills we are looking for
•Good problem analysis and resolution skills.
•Good verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to present complex financial concepts in a clear and concise manner.
•Awareness of the products and services provided by the Group.
•Proven technical and analytical skills with knowledge of Solvency II, IFRS, EV & risk-based capital metrics being beneficial.
•Reporting experience with an understanding of Annuities, DB’s, LTM’s or GiFL products would be beneficial.