Longevity Risk Senior Consultant

  • Location:

    London, England

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  • Salary:

    £60000 - £84000 per annum + bonus + excellent benefits

  • Contact:

    Bradley Grant

  • Job ref:

    bg 6246_1542114823

  • Published:

    8 months ago

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A leading global risk management consultancy who are at the forefront of driving cutting edge industry innovations across the life insurance sector are seeking to hire a qualified actuary to become their Longevity Risk - Senior Consultant, based in London. In this role as a Longevity Risk Senior Consultant you will play a leading role in consulting with prospective clients and on pitches. You will become an expert in the services / products offered. Typical solutions are wide ranging and cover areas such as:

Leading (or participating) in the quantitative aspects of client consulting projects in which you will assess excess mortality and longevity risk;

Cash flow modelling

Structuring support for swaps and securitisations (including exposure to asset managers, banks, reinsurer

Optimising reinsurance structures

Driving changes in underwriting practices

Ideally you will be a qualified actuary with a strong client manner / communication style. Prior consulting experience isn't necessary although you will be able to demonstrate an excellent client manner in networking. Expertise in longevity / mortality is not a pre-requisite although any exposure would be useful (but not essential). You will be meeting with CROs, Chief Actuaries and Head of Pricing / Research at life insurers in this position. Projects will range from assessing the risk in an insurer's portfolio to supporting capital market transactions. You will be a qualified actuary with modelling experience from either life insurance or pensions.

If you would like to discuss this role further, please contact Bradley at Goodman Masson on 020 7019 8869, or please email Bradley.Grant@goodmanmasson.com


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