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Actuarial Intern

Insurers are looking closely at ways in which they can transform their business and operating models to remain competitive but compliant in a changing regulatory landscape. The KPMG Actuarial Services team has been steadily growing, and consists of three domains: Life Insurance, Non-life Insurance, and Employee Benefits.

You will be involved in/responsible for a wide variety of projects in mainly the Insurance sector. These assignments are varied and include IFRS 17, Solvency II (Pillar 1-2-3), financial reporting, pricing, actuarial function, valuation of insurance companies and portfolios, ALM, new product development, modeling of propensity to buy/churn, fraud detection, risk management, and strategic consulting.

Because of our customized services, the projects are often in collaboration with our insurance experts from other disciplines such as Business Services, Deal Advisory, Tax, Technology advisory.

You will be given the opportunity to work with not only local Belgian colleagues but also with KPMG experts from our global network. You will make use of our wide range of tools, for which you can take initiatives to further develop them. In addition, you will contribute to the further expansion of our actuarial services, and to the consolidation of our strong position in the insurance industry.

Skills & Qualifications

We are looking for students who have, or will soon hold, a university Master’s degree in Actuarial sciences. But, while we believe academic qualifications are an important pointer as to how you might succeed at our firm, these are far from being the only thing you'll be assessed on.

Besides a technically strong basis, we are looking for people who:

  • Take responsibility to deliver high-quality service.
  • Build collaborative relationships.
  • Seek feedback & motivate others.
  • Create an environment in which all team members feel like they belong.
  • Communicate with impact (Dutch/French/English).
  • Will soon graduate and can start full-time mid-September 2023.
  • Are in their first or last Master's and want to do their part-time/full-time internship at KPMG.

We offer

At KPMG, we commit ourselves to encouraging true team spirit and creating an international and dynamic working environment in which each can pursue the knowledge needed to boost their career. Additionally, we highly invest in our people’s development of soft skills and technical know-how.

We also offer:

  • An inclusive workspace that encourages diversity and pursues mutual respect and tolerance for each other’s beliefs and backgrounds.
  • A competitive and attractive compensation package and a great number of extra-legal advantages.
  • A flexible, hybrid working schedule where employees can work on different locations: at home, at the office, on the go, or at a client’s site.
  • A wide range of team-building activities and social events (e.g. after-work drinks, network evenings, annual national receptions, etc.) that enable new joiners to meet colleagues within the wider KPMG community and have some fun along the way.
  • A comprehensive well-being program that includes hospitalization insurance and several initiatives that focus on mental health.
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