Our client is looking for a Non-Life Pricing Actuary to join the Actuarial P&C department. The mission of the department is to develop and to price products, to follow up and perform profitability analysis and participate in processes that are linked to Solvency II.
The Non-Life Pricing Actuary will be in charge of the following:
Suggest, conduct and update actuarial studies
Design, develop, implement and update actuarial solutions that have strategic and financial impact for the organization, in order to determine the value and profitability of the portfolio, of the reserves and the earnings related to the activity and pricing
Present and defend these studies and / or solutions
His/her main tasks will be:
To develop and update the actuarial calculation tools and models
To determine the pricing
To conduct portfolio studies and monitor the profitability
To participate and collaborate with the Financial Department to the processes of Solvency II
Hold a Master’s degree in insurance, economics, finance, actuarial or applied sciences (quantitative financial and/or economic)
Good knowledge of Solvency II
Knowledge of broker insurance and experience in working with real estate agents is an asset
Have strong analytical skills
Have excellent organizational skills
Ability to defend his/her point of view in a constructive way
Our client is looking for a Risk Actuary to help with insurance risk modelling and insurance portfolio profitability analyses for the Value Reporting Team. You will also contribute to general projects as part of developments such as Solvency II, IFRS17 and the optimisation of risk processes in the company.
Analyse the profitability and risks of the insurance portfolio (Embedded Value, Economic Capital, etc.) based on market-consistent techniques (Monte Carlo, Replicating Portfolios, etc.).
Formulate clear and powerful conclusions on the basis of your analyses for senior management.
Learn how to work with the internal actuarial assessment model and draft technical memoranda efficiently describing methodological and procedural improvements.
The expansion of a robust and efficient IT infrastructure for valuation and capital calculations in the context of Solvency II and IFRS 17 is one of your key tasks.
Actively participate in the technical committee that deals with Life Liabilities and Life Underwriting Risk modelling and help to set and calibrate the underlying hypotheses.
A Master's Degree with a thorough mathematical background. A postgraduate Master's Degree in Actuarial Science is considered an asset, but is not a requirement.
2 to 5 years of relevant experience in actuarial life and/or risk management. Affinity with IT concepts and process management within an insurance company is an absolute plus.
A very good knowledge of common software (MS Office) and a great interest in working with AFM, Visual Basic and other tools.
Very good knowledge of English, French and/or Dutch.
A person with a positive attitude and strong analytical skills.
Our client is looking for a Product Manager Car Insurance, to join a team in the Product Offering & Pricing Service. For both retail and corporate markets, you will be responsible for developing and managing innovative products and services that correspond to market trends, customer expectations and legal or regulatory requirements. Your main tasks will be the following:
Stay updated about the market evolution and the competition’s offer
Collect, analyse, and interpret market- and technical insurance data in order to create and develop a competitive and innovative product offer.
Manage your products offer portfolio in a dynamic way, in accordance with compliance rules and operational excellence.
Ensure the ongoing processes of renewal/implementation of your offers (for development of new products or modification of existing products).
Ensure efficient information exchange with all involved departments and services.
Ensure the correct definition of general and specific terms and conditions, and of the underwriting and acceptance rules.
Provide the necessary input for communication, information, and trainings (both internal and external) related to the products evolution, and future & existing innovations.
Hold a Master degree with an economic orientation, engineer, …
Minimum 6 years’ experience in car insurances
Fluent in French or Dutch with a good knowledge of the other language, and also of English
Critical, you have excellent analytical skills and ability to summarize. You work rigorously in a changing environment.
Constantly looking for the improvement of processes and develop solutions in a proactive way.
Negotiation- and communication skills in collaborative purposes
Good interpersonal skills and ability to place the collective interests before the individual interests
As part of the Risk Management team, you will deal with the quantitative assessment of risks in accordance with requirements of the company, group guidelines, Solvency II regulation and the legislation that applies in Belgium.
Your tasks will be the following:
Document changes and results.
Support the regular Solvency II calculation.
Profit testing: monitor and assess the profitability of (new) products.
Draw up forecasts.
Conduct stress tests and back-testing.
Contribute to the success of one-off projects related to specific topics.
Interpret and validate results.
Introduce further quality controls.
Derive input for the simulations such as assumptions, portfolio data, etc.
Enhance and keep model up to date in line with regulation and requirements.
Prepare underlying documents for various stakeholders such as auditor, management.
Knowledge of economics with a sufficient background in mathematics (Master’s in an economics-based subject or equivalent gained through experience).
Good knowledge of English (both spoken and written).
Some initial experience in Solvency II.
The ability to look beyond figures alone / insight into the company / to see the way the various factors connect.
Communication skills: producing written descriptions and establishing multiple verbal contacts with work colleagues and other departments.
Team-player, but also able to work independently to complete a task successfully.
Our client is looking for a Pricing Actuary who will be working on the Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA) market in the Regional Pricing Team. In this position, you will be in charge of:
The support of the market pricing
Assist local entities within the EMEA region developing local pricing models and benchmarks
Help local pricing teams for specific modelling
Support the business department on the product development on subjects such as pricing, risk & profitability
Support the local teams in the risk assessment and pricing
Provide support to new business activities (client visits, presentations, solutions)
The process of pricing, governance, methods and tools
Participate to the development of the pricing processes
Contribute to the evolution of worldwide and regional pricing methods and tools
Train the local pricing teams on subjects such as the methods, tools, governance and processes
Secure the good pricing risk management by monitoring of application of processes through cross-reviews, peer-reviews
Ensure the quality of the pricing reporting
Hold a Master’s degree in Mathematics, Actuarial Sciences or another scientific discipline (statistics, physics, etc.), or a Financial qualification or equivalent from a recognized actuarial organisation
Have at least 5 years of experience in a (re)insurance with a focus on actuarial subjects and have a significant experience in pricing
Have a strong experience in statistical and/or actuarial methods and tools (SAS, Prophet, …)
Have excellent communication skills
Be fluent in English
Fluency in French, Spanish and/or German is a strong asset