Mitchell Actuarial Recruiting Company Information
- United States
The Actuarial Financial Reporting department is currently seeking a Research and Development Actuary. Responsibilities Support the Actuarial Financial Reporting department through research and development in order to create long-term value for the company. Examples include: Development of educational tools to aid in executive management�s decision-making Research of regulatory pronouncements including FASB standards and statutory regulations Research and development of various valuation methodologies Collaboration with line-of-business valuation owners to enhance various analytics including sensitivities, rules of thumb and the sources of earnings presentation Development and maintenance of the sensitivities and scenarios register Inforce research including existing and potential reinsurance Research of continuing process improvement to increase time for strategic activities Active participation in the development of the AFR�s objectives Qualifications FSA, FIA or FCIA 5+ years of overall actuarial experience after attainment of the FSA Significant working knowledge of fixed-indexed annuities is required Financial reporting / analysis experience with fixed-indexed annuities is strongly preferred Working knowledge of deferred annuities and life insurance is preferred Knowledge of Polysystems is preferred Required Competencies: Strong interpersonal skills Ability and strong desire to think outside the box, find ways to consider new approaches Ability to work in situations with no road maps Solid emphasis on collaboration and teamwork Options
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