Actuarial Analyst - Life Insurance

£40,000 | Kent | Permanent
Posted 25 days ago

InterQuest are currently working with a Life Insurance client who are looking for an Actuarial Analyst to support the business with their Solvency II Reporting.

The role will give variety within the Actuarial function, allowing you to develop skills in a number of areas. You will be looking at model changes and appraoching these with an analytical mindset. Reports will then be produced that cover all pillars of Solvency II.

This role will be suited to a Part Qualified Actuary who is making good progress within the CT exams and has a knowledge/experience of Life Insurance products. Additional knowledge of Actuarial Modelling and Solvency II will be highly desirable.

This is an excellent opportunity to gain exposure across a Life Insurance Actuarial function, using varied softwares and adding value to key documentation for the business during a time of significant growth. In addition, you will also be assisted with a fantastic study support scheme, allowing you to have mentorship within the business, as well as time off for study/exams.

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For more information about this role, please contact:

Adam Jones

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