We are seeking a Manager from a non-life insurance background to join our Actuarial practice. You'll work on Reserving, Pricing and/or Risk and Capital projects across the London/Lloyd's market and/or the Personal & Commercial lines market, as well as multidisciplinary projects around areas such as transactions, organisational transformation, cost reduction and start-ups. You'll be open to new challenges, self-motivated, agile and be able to leverage your existing skills in new areas like IFRS 17.About the team:
The PwC Actuarial practice comprises over 300 partners and staff. With offices in London, Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol and Mumbai, our consultants focus on non-life, life, banking and non-insurance, led by a fifteen strong partner team. This makes us the largest actuarial practice within the large accounting firms. We play the leading role in the 1000+ strong actuarial community in PwC worldwide and often work with specialists from other disciplines within PwC.Responsibilities:
- You'll manage and deliver a wide range of concurrent actuarial and multidisciplinary assignments.
- You'll interact with clients, often as the main point of contact on assignments.
- You'll have the opportunity to work in multidisciplinary teams or with people from our network firms overseas.
- You'll take an active role in supporting the strategic management and running of the practice, e.g. through being involved in developing one of our core product areas such as IFRS 17, risk and capital or developing and presenting training programs for graduates and staff.
- You'll be involved in the development of more junior staff through on the job coaching, or acting as a career coach, mentor or study mentor.
- Background either as a recognised general insurance consultant or have successfully delivered significant, actuarially related projects from within the general insurance industry.
- Have led actuarial or multidisciplinary projects, being responsible for project management and delivery, including the management, development and growth of staff, delegation of responsibilities and delivering projects to time and budget.
- Good understanding of a broad range of commonly used reserving and/or pricing techniques, the key actuarially-orientated and regulatory issues faced by the market, and a good working knowledge of one or more of financial reporting, risk and capital, Solvency II, model validation or other related non-life insurance work.
- Experience of implementation of Solvency II or IFRS 17, or related experience, would be a benefit.
- Be able to communicate complex technical matters in a clear way.
- Wider commercial awareness, including the understanding of wider business issues facing the insurance industry.