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Everest Re Group
Everest Re has an immediate vacancy for a Trainee for our Actuarial department in London , offering a competitive package. We are looking for bright talent to join our growing team working in the London Reinsurance market. Ideal qualifications include: A
Willis Towers Watson
Actuarial Analyst (Japanese speaking) – Willis Re Graduate Programme, London London, GB JOB DESCRIPTION Willis Re, part of the Investment, Risk & Reinsurance segment of Willis Towers Watson, is one of the world’s leading reinsurance advisory and broking b
Capita Internal Resourcing
Becoming a Graduate Actuarial Analyst with Employee Solutions: Are you a talented graduate seeking to start a rewarding career as an Actuarial Analyst? We have a vacancy to join our well-established Actuarial Technical Centre (ATC) in Harrogate. The succe
Fantastic opportunity with a leading Lloyd's/London Market insurer looking for an excellent graduate to join their team. The role will provide a solid foundation for your actuarial career and open the doors to excellent future career opportunities. The id
Graduate Actuarial Analyst Location: London Sector: General Insurance Reporting to: Senior Actuary and Head of Analytics Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time Salary: £30,000 - £36,000 basic P/A Further Information Our Client, a broker in the Lloyd`
Actuarial science is the science of assessing risk, often in a financial setting, using mathematics and statistics. The sector is responsible for measuring the probability of future events, and what the financial impact of these events might be on a business or on its clients. Many actuaries work within the insurance sector, although there are opportunities in other sectors too. Actuaries in the UK are accredited and regulated by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).
Day-to-day tasks for an actuary might include building statistical models to predict risk in areas including insurance, pensions or other areas of finance, and reporting back on findings. The work actuaries do is essential across a number of areas and industries, including those in the financial services sector like investment and banking, and those that are unrelated, like healthcare.
A career in actuarial is well paid, intellectually satisfying, globally recognised, and offers great variety as well as an enviable work/life balance. A specific skillset means that you’re always likely to be in demand – definitely not something everyone can say about their industries!
Types of jobs within actuarial:
Not all of those working in actuarial need to work directly as an actuary. As a Certified Actuarial Analyst (CAA), you could work within a team in data analysis, or pricing and financial model in marketing, earning a professional qualification at the same time. It is up to you which of these routes you’d like to take.