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Graduate Actuarial Analyst - London

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Graduate Actuarial Analyst London £30000 - £35000 per annum I am currently working with a highly-successful London Market Insurer looking to add a bright and ambitious graduate to their Pricing team. The business is highly selective, therefore, in order t

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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`

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Graduate Actuarial Analyst - Lloyd's

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GRADUATE ACTUARIAL ANALYST - LONDON - £33,000 Goodman Masson are working with a Market Leading Lloyd's Insurer who are looking to expand their Actuarial team. As part of their plans, an exciting opportunity has opened up for an aspiring Actuary. In this r

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Graduate Actuarial Analyst

Oliver James Associates

I am currently working with a highly-successful London Market Insurer looking to add a bright and ambitious graduate to their Pricing team. I am currently working with a highly-successful London Market Insurer looking to add a bright and ambitious graduat

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Graduate Actuarial Analyst

High Finance T/A HFG

We have partnered with a leading London insurer to find them a Graduate Actuarial Analyst. The successful candidate will have access to cutting edge statistical modelling techniques and pricing models. This excellent opportunity offers great exposure to o

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Graduate Actuarial Analyst

High Finance

We have partnered with a leading London insurer to find them a Graduate Actuarial Analyst. The successful candidate will have access to cutting edge statistical modelling techniques and pricing models. This excellent opportunity offers great exposure to o

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Graduate Actuarial Analyst

High Finance T/A HFG

We have partnered with a leading London insurer to find them a Graduate Actuarial Analyst. The successful candidate will have access to cutting edge statistical modelling techniques and pricing models. This excellent opportunity offers great exposure to o

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Graduate Actuarial Analyst

High Finance

We have partnered with a leading London insurer to find them a Graduate Actuarial Analyst. The successful candidate will have access to cutting edge statistical modelling techniques and pricing models. This excellent opportunity offers great exposure to o

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Helping you find a career as an Actuarial analyst

An actuarial analyst uses statistics and mathematics to calculate risks on behalf of insurance firms.


What does an Actuarial analyst do?
Your responsibilities will include:
  • Understanding and using complex mathematical formulae

  • Using spreadsheets and software to complete analysis

  • Providing technical support to a team of actuaries

  • Writing reports on your findings and presenting them to relevant figures
What skills and interests should an Actuarial analyst have?
Actuarial analysts will have:
  • Strong mathematical and statistical abilities

  • Capacity to analyse data and solve problems

  • Capacity to carry out statistical analysis

  • Ability to produce clear reports and summaries

  • Good communication skills

  • Good commercial awareness

  • Ability to work alone and as part of a team
What hours does an Actuarial analyst typically do?
You will typically work 9 to 5, Monday to Friday, but overtime may occasionally be required.
What environment is an Actuarial analyst based in?
For the most part, actuarial analysts will be based in an office.
How much does an Actuarial analyst travel?
This is likely to be local or national – wherever your clients are based.
How much does an Actuarial analyst get paid?
The average starting salary is around £20,000. Professional actuaries earn on average £52,000, whilst consultant and senior roles will pay more.
Perks & benefits
There will be opportunities to work in the UK and overseas, as an actuarial qualification with the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) is internationally recognised.

With experience, you will be demand in many areas of the financial services sector, such as pensions and life insurance. You may progress to become a senior actuarial analyst.
What qualifications does an Actuarial analyst need?
Work experience in the financial services industry, such as insurance, will put you at an advantage. You may be able to undertake work experience in consultancies such as Ernst & Young or Deloitte. Other skills in numeracy, IT and problem solving, will also be beneficial.

If you wish to become a qualified actuary, you will need to take several exams while working as an analyst or trainee actuary.
Useful subjects to study at school & university
Specific degrees are not essential but may be beneficial in subjects such as business studies, economics, engineering, physics, maths, or statistics.
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