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Solvency II Reporting Actuary

Working closely with the Lead Consolidation Actuary and Head of Actuarial Function, the role supports the review and consolidation of entity level SII results for timely submission of actuarial reports to the MetLife Europe Board and the Central Bank of Ireland.

This role is required to maintain the commitment to the Central Bank of Ireland of maintaining a certain headcount in the Dublin based team led by the Head of Actuarial Function.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Supporting the Lead Actuary - Consolidation in preparing the ME and MEI Actuarial Function and related reports as per the CBI’s Domestic Actuarial Regime
  • Understanding of SII results at ME/MEI branch level, providing sufficient review and challenge to reasons of changes in technical provisions and SCR
  • Supporting the Lead Actuary - Consolidation in presenting quarterly SII results to EMEA Chief Actuary and CFO. Explaining movements in results and helping communicate risks that the company is exposed to
  • Prepare and collate responses to CBI and other regulatory queries or remediation plans as and when required
  • Assist with annual audit and bi-annual peer review process and any CBI reviews and assessments
  • Support in aligning the Actuarial teams (Analysis/Production/GAM/ES) to ensure that Board reports and CBI responses are delivered in time and are of good quality

Essential Business Experience and Technical Skills:


  • Knowledge of Solvency II requirements
  • Knowledge of CBI’s Domestic Actuarial Regime
  • Ability to work collaboratively with other teams to meet tight deadlines
  • Nearly qualified and studying towards full qualification


  • Prior work experience in Solvency II or similar regulatory regime

About MetLife

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Bring your true self to work every day, receive the development and support you need to perform at your best, opportunities to advance your career and surround yourself with likeminded people.

Equal opportunities

MetLife is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to attracting, retaining and maximizing the performance of a diverse and inclusive workforce. It is the policy of MetLife to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination on any basis protected by law. We welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds, ethnicities, genders, religions and sexual orientations.

We strive to find the best candidate for all positions and a diverse range of applicants ensures we widen our talent pool in order to achieve this. Any applicants with disabilities and neurodiverse conditions, please do let us know about your reasonable adjustments to ensure that we can best meet your needs.

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