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Part Qualified Actuary

When you join KPMG Ireland, you are joining a community of over 4,200 employees who collectively work together, both in person and virtually, to achieve their full potential. We are known as an organisation who want you to come as you are and do work that truly matters.

Joining KPMG Ireland is an opportunity to enhance your career, not only in the work that you enjoy doing, but equally through the global connections that you make, the lifelong learning that you can accomplish and the chance to make your mark.

A snapshot of your peer group:

  • At least 2 years relevant work experience as a part qualified non-life actuary
  • Evidence of steady progress through exams
  • Strong technical skills
  • Financial modelling capabilities
  • Coding, automation and data analytics capabilities
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work on own initiative and manage time effectively
  • A team player who can integrate into small multi-disciplinary teams
  • Eager to expand knowledge and skills given the broaden nature of the work

Your responsibilities and achievements will evolve as you enhance your career with us. Here is what you can initially expect:

  • Liaising with a portfolio of clients and advising on all relevant actuarial issues
  • Provision of outsourced actuarial services
  • Provision of formal actuarial opinions across a wide range of technical issues
  • Independent actuarial assessments including reserve reviews, portfolio transfers, expert opinions, transfer pricing support and company valuations for merger & acquisition
  • Profitability reviews and pricing support
  • Work with KPMG's multi-disciplinary professionals on assisting our clients across audit, tax, corporate finance, regulatory, risk and management/ IT consulting
  • Involved in the development of KPMG's initiatives across Solvency II, IFRS 17 and other emerging regulatory, accounting and actuarial requirements
  • Involved in the development of the advisory practice capabilities in Applied Intelligence
  • Taking an active role in development of the practice including building and maintaining effective relationships with clients, responding to emerging issues and/or prepare for future challenges

Your team:

The Actuarial Advisory practice offers a full range of services to our insurance and reinsurance across independent actuarial reviews, outsourced statutory actuarial roles, Solvency II advice, internal/ standard model development and validation, technical support to our audit practice, financial reporting advice, resource support and working alongside other KPMG professionals including tax, regulatory, risk management, applied intelligence and management/ IT consulting advisory services.

The actuarial practice has been established for a number of years and we are looking to further grow the team as part of a further stage of expansion to meet the growing demands of the insurance sector due to the continued regulatory, accounting, market and strategic challenges and the continued attractiveness of Ireland as a location for our clients.

Here's how KPMG can benefit more than just your career:

  • Discounted health insurance
  • The purchase of additional annual leave
  • Frequent social events to help you build your network
  • Early finish Fridays on bank holiday weekends and throughout the summer months.
  • Relocation assistance for those moving to Ireland
  • Complimentary access to a range of Learning & Development programmes including LinkedIn Learning.
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