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Pricing Actuary - Leading Syndicate

Salary

£100,000

Location

Central London

Date Posted

5 months ago

Focusing on the junior-senior level within the UK & Ireland, the Actuarial Team at Arthur provides talent solutions to a broad range of insurance clients. These have included Lloyd’s/London market, personal and commercial lines insurers; life insurers, reinsurers, brokers, consultancies, regulators and non-traditional businesses such as banks, investment funds and software houses. 


Our extensive network of market contacts; links to professional bodies, and knowledge of candidate needs in this space does mean we can provide excellent services to both clients and candidates alike. Our services include contingent and retained search, market mapping and salary & benefits benchmarking. 


For more information on our capabilities, please do contact our team

Job description

Experience needed



Location: London

Salary: £100,000


An opportunity has arisen for a Pricing Actuary to join a high performing Lloyd’s syndicate. The successful candidate for this vacancy will be a Qualified Actuary and will have commercial knowledge, a competent user of one or more of the following: Excel, VBA, Access, SQL, SAS, and R.


Role responsibilities will include:

  • Working with the underwriters, claims managers, to ensure the quality and suitability of the data used for pricing
  • Maintenance of the pricing model documentation
  • Maintain industry practice levels, and be astute in adapting to changes in regulatory requirements


Desirables:

  • Degree in Numerical field
  • Actuarial qualification
  • Demonstrable communication skills
  • Lloyd’s/London market knowledge
  • Self-motivated
  • Attention to detail


To apply for this role please contact Harry Springall at hs@arthur.co.uk quoting job reference Pricing Actuary Leading Syndicate/ActuariesOnline

 

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