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KPMG is hiring a
Senior Consulting Actuary (Non-life)
KPMG is one of the world's leading professional firms providing audit, tax and advisory services, with 236,000 employees in 144 countries. We have already worked with 72 of Hungary's Top 100 companies, and we're not stopping there! Whatever you are interested in around the world, we can really help you get there. In a dynamic environment with intelligent people you can learn how to use your knowledge well. Are you wondering about how? Read our job advertisement and learn about what you can expect in reality if you decide to join us. It is clear for us that your ambition can drive us to our future together. #poweredbyyou
We help our clients with industry-specific services to create value and manage risks. Our wide-ranging client portfolio enables you to gain real-life experience in industries such as telecommunications, energy, IT, finance or sports, and to work on ground-breaking projects.
What we offer:
- Opportunity to work in a team that is one of the leading professional service providers in Hungary, in the CEE region, Europe and globally;
- Possibility to enhance your theoretical and practical knowledge and skills;
- Valuable experience in an international environment;
- Attractive and competitive benefit package;
- Internal and external training opportunities that fit your personal development needs;
- Long term career opportunity.
- Support the KPMG actuarial team in various advisory engagements involving actuarial modelling;
- Participate in advisory engagements aiming to facilitate the readiness of insurers for IFRS17;
- Support the KPMG actuarial team in audit support engagements involving actuarial modelling;
- Collaborate with colleagues in the Hungarian office and in other KPMG offices and with clients.
- 4+ years of practice in actuarial non-life valuation of insurance obligations;
- Modelling experience - using Python is an advantage;
- Understanding of basics of other financial services is an advantage;
- Excellent analytical skills;
- Ability to work both individually and as a member of a team;
- Good command of English and Hungarian, knowledge of German or another CEE language is an advantage;
- Advanced MS Office skills;
- Friendship with IFRSs is an advantage.
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