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Longevity Modeller/Analyst

Salary

£40,000 - £90,000

Location

Central London

Date Posted

3 weeks ago

BWD are a trusted recruitment partner for a wide range of Insurers, Reinsurers, Consulting firms, Broking Houses and Investment Banks. 

 The Actuarial profession continues to grow and expand, Actuaries are still in short supply around the world. As the world expands into new territories such as Artificial Intelligence the demand for insurance and protection will only increase due to society being exposed to new risks. Our specialist Actuarial division works across; Non-Life, Life and Health, whilst collaborating and complimenting the Pension/Investment Actuarial roles undertaken by the Pension & Benefits Division. 

 As a candidate, we can offer expertise, advice and market guidance so you can make an informed decision. We will guide you through the process without prejudice and of course with complete discretion.

Job description

Experience needed



Location: London

Salary: £40,000 - £90,000


Our client, one of the largest multinational data analytics companies, is seeking modellers and analysts to join their fast-growing longevity team. Their high year-on-year growth and flexible working policies make them one of the best employers to work for in 2024.

As an Analyst/Modeller, you will be responsible for:

  • Structuring and developing models for longevity analytics.
  • Undertaking longevity research and analytics.
  • Presentation of research and analytics findings to both internal teams and clients.
  • Ability to publish your results, analysis and findings.


What they are looking for:

  • Open to candidates from an actuarial, data science or research background.
  • Junior and Senior roles available - 2-15 years of experience.
  • R Programming Skills (Essential).
  • Longevity/demography/mortality/morbidity experience (Desirable).


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