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Short Term Insurance Reserving Senior Analyst – SA1214

Our client is the holding company of some of South Africa’s leading financial service providers. Their portfolio includes short-term insurers and a long-term insurer. They have a position for a Senior Actuarial Analyst to provide actuarial technical support and coach/mentor junior analysts in the Corporate Actuarial team. You will regularly produce reserve estimates using commonly used reserving methods, monitor reserve development experience and assist with quarterly and annual regulatory solvency reporting. 

Candidates who are interested should be making good progress toward their Actuarial qualification, with four or more years’ experience in a short-term insurance environment, preferably within the corporate actuarial space. 

Responsibilities will include: 

  • Performing reserving and regulatory reporting by regularly producing reserve estimates using commonly used reserving methods, monitoring reserve development experience and assisting with quarterly and annual regulatory solvency reporting. 
  • Collaborating with internal (Actuarial) and external (Business) stakeholders to keep them informed and up to date with project delivery and give feedback.     
  • Collecting data from a wide range of sources to analyse key themes and identify possible impacts on the business and for reporting purposes. 
  • Developing, maintaining and implementing actuarial models and processes. 
  • Translating and validating the monitoring results to be understood by Business. 
  • Reviewing existing operations in own area of work and implementing innovation processes to generate new ideas and ensure continuous improvements. 
  • Mentoring and coaching staff on a technical and professional front to develop the pertinent skills. 

For more information, please contact Henda ([email protected] or +27 (0)83 603 2961). 

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