Our client is a multinational organisation famed for their company culture and are market leaders throughout Europe. They work on both the life and non-life side, so a great way to get varied experience. They are looking for 2 modelling actuaries to join them, one as an actuarial modelling analyst position and one as a specialised Prophet/ALM analyst. The roles are both based in the Dublin city centre based office.
The duties for the Prophet and ALM analyst will include maintaining and controlling the environment around Prophet, assessing and implementing model evolutions, quarterly ALM reporting and assisting IFRS17 and Solvency II assessment and development.
For the actuarial modelling analyst position, duties involved will be Solvency II reporting, new business point of sale, ORSA and QRTs.
The ideal canidiates will have previous experience in Prophet and modelling as well as Solvency II. Candidates interested in these roles should contact Susan Bradley at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 015311400 or 0860499335.
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