Actuarial Manager - Sandton Verfied

Salary Negotiable Sandton, Gauteng Sandton, Gauteng more than 14 days ago 25-03-2024 8:02:24 AM
VARIOUS OTHER ACTUARIAL ROLES IN GAUTENG, CAPE TOWN AND OVERSEAS

• Fellow Actuary specialising in Non-Life
• Min 8 years’ relevant work experience
• Advanced understanding of the components of SCR of a Non-Life insurer as prescribed by the prudential standards.
• Cell captive specific experience advantages
• Understanding of relevant legislation, ie. Insurance act, Prudential standards, IFRS 4 and IFSR17
• Advanced understanding of triangulation methods including large loss reserving methods and liability valuation methods

• Manage an actuarial team responsible for analytical analysis and capital modelling, to ensure financial stability clients and provide modelling
support for the valuation of IFRS 17 compliant technical provisions.
• Play a leading role in the analysis of results, liaising with auditors and preparation of internal and external reporting material.
• Establish consistent processes and controls across the business, to ensure accurate reporting and risk management.
• Develop and maintain reserving and capital models.
• Manage the vetting of accounting data, asset data, reinsurance data and exposure data used for actuarial valuations.
• Deliver the quantitative projections for the annual ORSA.
• Deliver annual, quarterly and monthly SCR analysis and its cells in line with Group practices and policies.
• Participate in providing financial insights to proposed product developments and reinsurance arrangements.
• Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders.
• Build and maintain relationships with clients and stakeholders.
• Contribute to sustaining a competitive edge through external networking and benchmarking and representation on related forums.
• Engage with key internal and external stakeholders to identify changing client needs and make recommendations to align service offering with client needs.
• Create a positive work climate and culture to energise employees, give meaning to work, minimise work disruption and maximise employee productivity.
• Demonstrate exemplary leadership behaviour, through personal involvement, commitment and dedication in support of organisational values
• Drive a culture that guides and directs best practice, fostering an environment of continuous learning, improvement and cohesiveness.
• Enable a learning and growth culture whereby information regarding successes, issues, trends and ideas are actively shared between team members
• Execute effective workforce planning practices to ensure that staffing requirements are accurately forecasted.
• Identify employee growth and development needs and schedule interventions to enable ongoing development, training and personal growth
• Manage high risk and problematic financial and capital issues in area of accountability and contribute to the development of policy.
• Implement and manage financial risk methodologies, techniques and systems and use to monitor and report on financial activities.
• Implement and provide feedback on the effectiveness of financial policy, practice and procedures: preventing illegal, unethical or improper conduct
• Implement risk management, governance and compliance policies in own practice area, to identify and manage governance and risk exposure liability.