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KPMG is hiring a
Senior Actuarial Manager (Non-Life)
This is an exciting opportunity to work within a fast growing general insurance team that is working across many different types of work and exposed to a variety of clients. The candidate will be working as a leader, within the team supporting both on development of opportunities in the market and development of more junior resource in team, whilst being integral to high quality deliverables to our clients.
Roles & Responsibilities
- Leading client engagement teams and in some instances working as part of a multi-disciplinary team
- Providing a high quality advisory service to our clients
- Building and maintaining strong relationships with both new and existing clients as well as within KPMG
- Reserving for clients in the Lloyd's / London Market, including for Lloyd's Statements of Actuarial Opinion and Solvency II Technical Provisions
- Winning new business through marketing and sales activities
- Creation and contribution to high quality thought leadership through written publications, training events, client seminars and conferences
- Contributing to the development of new products and services
- Sharing knowledge and experience and contributing to the development of the team
- Marketing and raising the profile of KPMG
- A willingness to undertake travel will be required on occasion
Qualifications and Skills
The successful candidate is expected to have experience of working in an Actuarial function or be a qualified actuary
- Significant Lloyd's / London Market reserving or pricing experience
- Knowledge of the workings of the Lloyd's market will be advantageous
- The capability to manage concurrent engagements and play a part in shaping and implementing KPMG's tailored solutions
- The ability to develop productive relationships that bring in business
- Strong technical and communication skills (both written and oral) and the ability to deal with clients and senior personnel from day one
- Flexibility and an enjoyment of working on challenging projects, and interacting with teams from other business groups
- Strong project and people management skills, and an ability to structure task allocations around critical goals
- Strong coaching skills to develop the capabilities of junior team members
- Experience gained within either a consultancy or company environment are both equally advantageous
- Curiosity and flexibility to new approaches
- Consulting experience
- Market exposure
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