Dublin | Ireland
The Finance and Actuarial team contributes to the reserving and reporting requirements of New Ireland. This includes accounting, Solvency II, embedded value and associated information as well as Bank of Ireland mandated information. It involves, in tandem with accounting professionals, preparation of assumptions based on business analysis, managing actuarial models, analysing reported numbers. It contributes to business understanding, e.g. new and existing business profitability.
The IFRS17 project leader is responsible for implementing IFRS17, a key new accounting convention which is expected to be introduced for the insurance industry in 2022, in New Ireland. A little more on this opportunity:
Qualified actuary, with substantial post-qualification experience.
Essential Skills & Experience
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