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  • Director, IFRS 17 Actuarial, SLF Canada – Sun Life Financial – Toronto or Waterloo, ON

    The adoption of the IFRS 17 accounting standards presents a generational change for the insurance industry.  Sun Life Financial is looking for a number of Director level candidates to fill current and future IFRS17 openings in its Toronto and Waterloo offices. The roles offer a wealth of opportunities to develop a robust understanding of the IFRS17 Financial Reporting Standard, and to join on a collaborative team of actuarial and finance professionals working toward the successful transition of Sun Life Financial Canadian insurance businesses to the new International Insurance Accounting Standard.


    Some of the areas of work include:


    • Assessing the impact of IFRS 17 on New and Inforce Product Profitability, and Reinsurance Strategy
    • Support the integration of new tools and technology in actuarial valuation processes
    • Support the development and application of internal IFRS 17 Policies and corporate guidance in our actuarial functions across all Canadian business units
    • Designing, testing and implementing product optimization strategies
    • Joining a team of IFRS 17 Subject Matter experts in delivering education sessions to peers within the Canadian business units


    Required Competencies


    • FSA/FCIA designation with a minimum of 7 years of experience in an actuarial valuation and/or pricing role
    • Deep understanding of Canadian Life Insurance Contract Measurement Standard (CALM / IFRS4)
    • Independent self-starter with strong project management skills
    • Strong analytical, innovation and problem solving skills required to lead others to seek new and better ways to achieve objectives.
    • Ability to transform high level objectives into actionable execution plan
    • Communicates confidently and effectively with different audiences


    To Apply:



    Date affichée : 2019-02-20 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-22

  • Senior Actuarial Associate, Rate Framework Modernization – WSIB – Toronto, ON

    The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) helps people overcome workplace injuries and illnesses and helps business owners make their workplaces safe and healthy. Our people are at the heart of what we do. Bring your enthusiasm and expertise to the WSIB, and we’ll help you achieve your personal and professional goals through meaningful work, development opportunities and a culture of compassion, integrity and teamwork.


    We are the WSIB. And we’re here to help.


    Senior Actuarial Associate, Rate Framework Modernization
    This is a temporary opportunity.


    As a member of a team provide technical support in the provision of reliable, accurate, comprehensive and timely actuarial services to internal and external clients.  Participate in various actuarial assignments and projects such as analysis of the impact of changes in various strategic factors affecting the workplace safety and insurance system in Ontario and development or revision of actuarial models to perform analyses for use by the Actuarial Management in providing sound actuarial advice to WSIB management and the Ontario Ministry of Labour (MOL).




    Participate as a member of a number of ongoing or special project teams, as assigned by Management of Actuarial Services, functioning in a technical capacity for some assignments or as project co-ordinator in others. Projects can be divided into three groups: primary, secondary and ad hoc, according to the need for ongoing information and analyses and the time, staff and financial resources allocated to them.  Project responsibilities include assisting in the research of new and adjustment of existing actuarial models (using sound assumptions and valuation methods which adhere to accepted actuarial practices), compiling and validating data, executing model, analyzing and preparing results for assessment by Actuarial Management, Executive Director and Chief Actuary. Participate in meetings, presentations and information sessions with internal and external clients.


    1. The four primary project teams, which are ongoing and permanently staffed, involve work on one or more of the following major actuarial projects:


    • Classification and pricing - use current WSIB rate-setting strategy and assumptions, economic forecasts and other financial information to derive annual premium rates following the Rate Framework pricing model and classification for Schedule 1 employers and participate in premium rate consultation with industry groups; produce communication materials such as Premium Rates Manual which is posted on WSIB website for use by both internal staff and external stakeholders; provide table of premium rates to Operations for billing employers; support the Rate Framework implementation project;
    • Valuation of liabilities – perform valuation of benefit liabilities calculations; prepare various reports detailing benefit liabilities and cash flows; collect and validate data for reasonableness and completeness and confirm data integrity; perform experience analysis and create/ design, revise and review models and assumptions to determine the present value of expected future benefit payments for all incurred injuries on a quarterly basis and at year end for publication in the annual report;
    • Projection of financial position - develop long-term forecasts of revenues and expenditures, assets and liabilities to determine WSIB funding sufficiency; monitor experience and prepare analyses of results for senior management and MOL use in strategic planning and legislative development;
    • Experience rating - develop and review experience rating models, reserves and other factors to reflect current situation; forecast rebate/surcharge for ER programs; prepare response to employers' requests or questions about ER programs or account information; advise industry committees and associations on construction industry experience rating plan (CAD-7) and new experimental experience rating plan (NEER) matters and monitor these programs.


    2. Participate in secondary projects:


    • Provide support and participate in claims experience, mortality, termination and occupational disease studies – research, create actuarial models and analyze claims experience.
    • Prepare valuation of liabilities for Schedule 2 employers - Provide claims details files; prepare year-end valuation calculations of liabilities and provide detailed summaries.
    • Work with Internal/ External Auditors – provide year end valuation results, models and assumptions used in benefit liabilities calculations; provide support to auditor to complete sign off of the annual audit and assist in all audit requests.
    • Generate net average earnings tables for Operations’ benefit payment system
    • Determine indexation of benefits
    • Analyze claims experience
    • Prepare report to the  Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada (AWCBC)
    • Co-ordinate information requests


    3. Participate in ad hoc actuarial support projects, as assigned:


    • Perform funding and costing exercises to convey impacts of potential legislative amendments under the supervision of Actuarial Management for both the Ministry of Labour and Ministry of Finance
    • Maintain and update WSIB actuarial systems to reflect legislative, policy or operational changes.  Liaise with IS staff in developing system and data requirements for changes and/or enhancements for information retrieval and report generation.
    • Liaise with staff in other WSIB areas such as Financial Reporting, Revenue, Communications, Policy and BTS to obtain accurate and adequate information and facilitate effective interactions on matters requiring actuarial knowledge and expertise.
    • Liaise with various external agencies including other WSIBs, government agencies (eg. Statistics Canada and Canada Revenue Agency), insurance groups and organizations as well as external stakeholders such as employers and industry associations.  Respond to requests for reports, information or explanations on actuarial matters and obtain data required to conduct actuarial analyses.


    4. Perform other related duties as assigned


    Professional requirements and qualifications


    1. Education (Level and Specialty / Discipline):


    • University degree in mathematics or actuarial science or business


    2. Experience (Years of Related Experience and Type of Experience):


    • 3 years of actuarial  experience


    3. Technical or Professional Qualifications or Certifications/Designations:


    • Associate of the Society of Actuaries (ASA) or Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society (ACAS) or ACIA (Associate of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries)


    As a precondition of employment, the WSIB will require a prospective candidate to undergo a criminal records name check prior to or at any time following hire.


    To apply for this position, please submit your application by the closing date noted above on our Job Opportunities page:


    We appreciate the interest of all candidates.  Due to the volumes of applications we receive, we are only able to contact candidates that are selected to move forward in the recruitment process. The WSIB is an equal opportunity employer.


    We appreciate the interest of all candidates.  Due to the volumes of applications we receive, we are only able to contact candidates that are selected to move forward in the recruitment process. The WSIB is an equal opportunity employer.


    The WSIB is an equal opportunity employer and provides accommodation for job applicants in accordance with the Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If you are an individual with a disability and you need accommodation in order to apply for this position, please contact If you are invited to participate in the assessment process, please provide your accommodation needs at that time. Please be advised that you may be required to provide medical documentation to the WSIB’s Corporate Health Department so that appropriate accommodation can be provided to you throughout the recruitment process.


    Date affichée : 2019-02-19 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-21


    BCI offers an exceptional opportunity to work at a world-class organization while living in a west coast setting. We are a significant institutional investor whose investments span the world. Our major clients are pension plans, and the work we do helps to secure the retirements of hundreds of thousands of people. Our success depends on our employees. BCI empowers high-performing people in the continuous pursuit of excellence and sustainable success for our clients. The people who work here live our values – clients and BCI first, performance focused, world class, accountability, transparency, and integrity – each and every day.


    We are expanding our team and our skill base to equip BCI for the future.




    BCI is currently seeking a permanent full-time Manager, Investment Consulting to support our Investment Strategy & Risk department.


    The Manager, Investment Consulting advises BCI clients on a range of investment-related topics, including strategic asset allocation. The Manager works with the Director and SVP, and, in many cases, the external actuary, to prepare ALMs and other custom analyses to ensure that clients’ investment strategies and policies are appropriate given the nature of the liabilities and unique characteristics. The Manager also supports the decision making of senior management on total fund issues by leading annual investment planning to ensure alignment between clients’ needs and BCI product shelf and total fund orientation.


    The Investment Strategy & Risk (ISR) department plays a key role in BCI’s long-term investment strategy by influencing and advising on investment decisions made by clients, management and asset classes. ISR consists of three branches: Investment Strategy, Investment Consulting and Investment Risk. The Investment Consulting branch assists clients with developing tailored investment policies that achieve their investment objectives consistent with their investment philosophies, funding policies and risk tolerances.




    Must have:


    • An undergraduate degree in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Finance, or a related discipline
    • At least 10 years of direct experience in investment or actuarial consulting, or similar capacity in the actuarial or financial industry
    • Expert-level knowledge of actuarial and pension investment concepts such as ALM, strategic asset allocation and risk tolerance assessments
    • Broad knowledge of capital markets and familiarity with all asset classes including alternative and private market assets
    • Familiarity with the Canadian institutional investment landscape, in particular for pension plans
    • Strong oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to explain complex pension and investment concepts to both lay and professional audiences
    • Proven ability to work collaboratively across departments to build credibility and strong relationships
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced and team-oriented environment, where priorities change frequently and deadlines are often under significant time pressure




    • Associate or Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (ASA/FSA), Associate or Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (ACIA/FCIA), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) or similar designation


    Closing Date: Open Until Filled


    To learn more about this position and apply, go to


    BCI provides employees with a productive and fast-paced work environment, competitive compensation, a performance incentive plan, four weeks of vacation, employer-funded health & wellness plans, and a defined benefit pension plan.


    Our recruitment process requires that the successful candidate agrees to undergo a criminal record search, education and designation verification; to provide a declaration of no previous or current criminal status; and to comply with our corporate Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct.


    Interested in joining our team and want to learn of other career opportunities with BCI? Create a profile and sign up for job alerts at


    Date affichée : 2019-02-19 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-21

  • Actuary – Manitoba Blue Cross – Winnipeg, MB



    This position is the most senior pricing position in the organization responsible for both group and individual lines of business. As a member of the Product Development & Pricing team you will also work on product development and analytical tasks to support the growth, retention and improvement of both lines of business. You will also support the Group Underwriting team with complex quotes and renewals.




    • Establishes and leads the methods, formulae and procedures to be used in rating health and dental coverage for both group and individual business.
    • Establishes rates for all product lines and recommends the appropriate rates to ensure financial viability.
    • Leads plan option pricing for group medical, dental, disability, life and prescription drug benefit plans including consumer-driven health options.
    • Leads the preparation of comprehensive costing factors for inclusion in administrative expense loads of the products.
    • Instrumental in the innovative development of new products and benefits.
    • Develops pricing strategies for new products.
    • Reviews the competiveness of benefit plans and administrative contracts.
    • Prices stop loss insurance programs.
    • Leads the analysis of the plan design and administrative needs of an employer’s benefit plans.
    • Recommends development, implementation and management of underwriting policies and business processes; improvements in quality and/or productivity, cost reductions, competitive benchmarking, organizational analysis and customer service improvements.
    • Evaluates and negotiates administrative and insurance bids.
    • Performs advanced strategy and design consulting to include the following: benefit strategy, goal setting, benchmarking, plan design, pricing strategy, bid/selection projects, health plan management.
    • Oversees the performance of detailed experience analyses including comparisons to benchmarks.
    • Responsible for leading, motivating, coaching and supporting a team of staff.
    • Represents Manitoba Blue Cross on national and/or industry committees.
    • Oversees the negotiating and management of reinsurance arrangements.
    • Ensures satisfactory experience in insurance risks.
    • Monitors the corporate capital levels and IBNR claims reserves.
    • Exhibits leadership in business judgment in anticipating client/project needs and developing alternate solutions.
    • Participates in/facilitates complex client meetings to measurable results.
    • Exhibits thought leadership for Manitoba Blue Cross. Understands and can articulate Manitoba Blue Cross point of view to clients.
    • Create the effective environment to ensure the underwriting function is lead, motivated, and developed with clear performance objectives.
    • Ensures appropriate and effective staffing levels within the department through effective workforce planning, interviewing and candidate selection, as required.
    • Provides strategic advice and recommends policy on underwriting issues to the Corporate Actuary.
    • Provides underwriting expertise and guidance to underwriting, sales and marketing personnel.
    • Forms effective teams; sharing client background and goals, measuring results, sharing ideas, identifying process improvements, and providing timely and regular coaching and feedback to team members.
    • Acts as a strategic resource for Group Business Account Executives.
    • Actively engages in peer review; has documentation reviewed before distribution outside the organization and reviews others work.
    • Participates in the development of strategic and operational objectives at a departmental and corporate level.
    • Acts as Corporate Client Leader for a variety of corporate initiatives under his/her area of expertise.




    • Preference will be given to Fellows of the Society of Actuaries and Canadian Institute of Actuaries. Associates completing Fellowship will also be considered.
    • At least 7-10 years of experience within the life and health insurance industry.
    • Dedicated to the principles of exceptional service; committed to responding to, anticipating and addressing customer needs, for both internal and external customers.
    • Significant level of mathematics or statistics knowledge and ability.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with strict attention to detail and accuracy.
    • Self-directed, with exceptional organizational skills and a proven record of managing and prioritizing multiple tasks within varied and dynamic timelines on an ongoing basis.
    • Self-motivated individual; able to work independently with minimal supervision.
    • Accepts personal responsibility for completing tasks and takes appropriate action as required.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to deal with all levels within the organization in a team environment.
    • Exercises sound judgment, tact and discretion when handling confidential corporate records.
    • Effective communicator with strong verbal, written and reporting writing skills.
    • Strong change management and time management acumen.
    • Demonstrated leadership skills, with proven ability to motivate, coach and support a team of staff.
    • Broad business knowledge/prospective.


    Apply Here


    Date affichée : 2019-02-14 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-01

  • Directeur(trice) Régimes de retraite – CN – Montréal, QC

    Rôle :


    Dans le but de faire face aux problèmes liés aux départs à la retraite tout en tenant compte des nouvelles possibilités sur le marché, le CN s’efforce de renouveler son effectif, qui le mènera au cœur du 21e siècle. Nous offrons une rémunération globale concurrentielle et la possibilité de bâtir une carrière dans une entreprise solide, novatrice et en pleine croissance. Il n’est pas étonnant que de nombreux membres du personnel fassent une longue carrière au CN.




    Le directeur ou la directrice Régimes de retraite fera partie d’une équipe qui est responsable de l’administration des régimes de retraite canadiens et américains à prestations déterminées et à cotisations déterminées du CN. Les tâches de l’équipe incluent, notamment :


    • Régimes de retraite à prestations déterminées
      • Superviser la gouvernance des régimes et le dépôt des documents réglementaires;
      • Coordonner et participer activement aux réunions des comités de retraite;
      • Veiller à la mise à jour des documents relatifs aux régimes et à la conformité aux lois applicables;
      • Se charger des négociations et de la gestion des fournisseurs de services, tels que les actuaires-conseils, les tiers administrateurs et les fiduciaires de caisses de retraite; surveiller la qualité du processus d’administration des régimes de retraite, d’évaluation actuarielle et de facturation;
      • Préparer les estimations actuarielles internes, les évaluations de coûts relatifs aux prestations de retraite et les analyses sur le passif;
      • Analyser les changements relatifs à la conception du régime, mettre ces changements en application et en évaluer les coûts;
      • Examiner les outils de communication et de formation en matière de retraite;
      • Appuyer les RH, les Finances et la Comptabilité lors des décisions relatives au financement des régimes de retraite, de l’examen de la conception des régimes et de la stratégie de gestion des risques;
      • Participer à l’élaboration de la stratégie des régimes à long terme.
    • Régimes de retraite à cotisations déterminées
      • Mettre au point des stratégies de communication et de sensibilisation visant les participants des régimes;
      • Participer à l’examen des gestionnaires de fonds et de la gamme de fonds de placement;
      • Superviser la gouvernance des régimes et le dépôt des documents réglementaires;
      • Coordonner et participer activement aux réunions du Comité de retraite;
      • Veiller à la mise à jour des documents relatifs aux régimes et à la conformité aux lois applicables;
      • Se charger des négociations et de la gestion des fournisseurs et des tiers administrateurs; superviser l’administration des régimes et le processus de facturation;
      • Travailler directement avec la Feuille de paie à la résolution des questions de nature administrative.
      • Participer aux efforts d’intégration et faire preuve de diligence raisonnable relativement aux fusions et aux acquisitions.




    • Au moins 8 ans d’expérience dans le secteur des régimes de retraite
    • Diplôme d’études universitaires en actuariat ou dans une discipline connexe
    • FSA, FCIA, de préférence
    • Excellentes aptitudes pour la communication
    • Bilinguisme en communication orale et écrite, en français et en anglais
    • Capacité de travailler en équipe
    • Précision et souci du détail
    • Compétences informatiques : connaissance approfondie des outils Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint et Outlook)


    Date affichée : 2019-02-12 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-08

  • Senior Manager, Actuarial, Pensions – KPMG – GTA, ON

    Job Title

    Senior Manager, Actuarial, Pensions

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    Job Function


    Service Line








    Job Description

    You’ve got big plans. We have opportunities to match, and we’re committed to empowering you to become a better you, no matter what you do.


    When you join KPMG you’ll be one of over 200,000 professionals providing audit, tax, advisory and business enablement services across 154 countries.


    With the support to do things differently, grow personally and professionally and bring your whole self to work, there’s no limit to the impact you can make. Let’s do this.


    Overview of the opportunity:


    Are you a talented leader with a proven track record for motivating teams and delivering exceptional client service?


    Our National Actuarial practice is looking for an experienced Senior Manager with the skills and drive to lead our Pensions team in the GTA.


    This role will involve a leadership component, including being responsible for strategic, marketing, proposal and people-related initiatives, as well as providing pension and other HR-related advice to a range of clients, related to:


    • Acquisitions and divestitures
    • Financial statement audits
    • Accounting standards
    • Actuarial valuations
    • Risk management


    What you will do:


    As a Senior Manager, you will be learning from the some of the best in the industry and growing your personal skillset by:


    • LeadingHR due diligence and integration projects including defined benefit plans for a broad range of clients
    • Developing and executing on strategic growth plans for the Pension team
    • Developing and maintaining key relationships with external and internal clients
    • Mentoring and supervising team members, and managing their workflow
    • Providing peer review on audits of financial statement defined benefit plan disclosures
    • Providing peer review on pension consulting projects, including valuations and pension administration  


    At times, business needs arise and employees are required and agree to work beyond their normal work day or work week to fulfill the accountabilities required for their job. Likewise, people need time to devote to personal matters, and our approach to flexibility provides for this.


    What you bring to the role:


    Your experience should include:


    • Significant experience leading HR due diligence and integration projects
    • Over ten years (10) experience in a pension actuarial and/or HR advisory role
    • Knowledge of Canadian pension regulations across different jurisdictions
    • Knowledge of ProVal is considered an asset
    • Ability to work in French is ideal
    • Knowledge of IFRS, Canadian and US accounting standards, and experience with complex pension accounting issues
    • Fellow, Society of Actuaries and Fellow, Canadian Institute of Actuaries


    Keys to your success:


    • Entrepreneurial, with strong leadership skills and an ability to manage teams and influence senior leadership
    • You’re a communicative leader who strives for excellence, innovation and collaboration, and have the ability to build strong client relationships while juggling conflicting demands.


    Learn more about where a career at KPMG can take you.


    Date affichée : 2019-02-12 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-14

  • Conseiller adjoint en régimes de retraite – Mercer – Ville de Québec, QC

    Fonctions du conseiller adjoint en régimes de retraite:


    Un conseiller adjoint en régimes de retraite accomplit différentes tâches liées à des projets actuariels incluant des calculs et des analyses pour les régimes de retraite de clients variés afin d’en assurer la bonne gestion et la conformité aux exigences légales. Les tâches du conseiller adjoint en régimes de retraite sont les suivantes :


    • Supporter, superviser et valider le travail de l’équipe en charge de préparer les évaluations actuarielles sous base de capitalisation et de comptabilité et collaborer à la préparation des différents rapports
    • Supporter les conseillers et conseillers principaux dans la préparation de calculs et de rapports pour des projets ad hoc liés à la bonne gestion des régimes de retraite des clients
    • Préparer et participer à des rencontres avec divers clients
    • Superviser la cueillette, l'analyse et l'interprétation de données propres aux régimes
    • Analyser l’expérience des régimes et préparer des recommandations préliminaires quant aux hypothèses afférentes
    • Contribuer à des projets de gestion des risques
    • Valider le travail effectué par les analystes
    • Fournir un soutien à l’équipe d’administration de régimes de retraite pour valider des informations  en lien avec les lois ou les règlements de régime
    • Offrir conseils, formation et rétroaction aux membres de l'équipe
    • S'assurer que les procédures de documentation soient soigneusement respectées par tous les membres de l'équipe
    • Le travail du conseiller adjoint en régimes de retraite peut également englober les tâches suivantes:
      • Faciliter les échanges lors de rencontres avec des clients internes et externes et composer avec les nouvelles priorités
      • Gérer les échéanciers des projets clients pour s'assurer qu'ils seront exécutés à temps dans le cadre des budgets établis
      • Assurer un encadrement en milieu de travail et dispenser une formation structurée (p. ex. ateliers, présentations)
      • Participer aux initiatives qui permettront d'enrichir le capital intellectuel de la Société et le perfectionnement des employés


    Qualifications :


    • Avoir complété une formation universitaire de premier cycle en actuariat ou en mathématiques ou dans un domaine connexe
    • De 5 à 8 ans d'expérience, de préférence dans le domaine de la consultation en régimes de retraite
    • Excellent esprit d'analyse
    • Maîtrise des logiciels de la suite Microsoft Office (Excel, Word)
    • Démontre une connaissance approfondie des principes actuariels et de l’environnement des régimes de retraite
    • Capacité de travailler en équipe et de gérer plusieurs priorités en même temps
    • Entregent; excellentes aptitudes de communication orale et écrite
    • Souci du détail et excellent sens de l'organisation
    • Engagement marqué envers la satisfaction du client
    • Désignation de l'ASA ou de l'AICA est un atout
    • Le bilinguisme (anglais et français écrits et parlés) est un atout


    Mercer offre des services-conseils et des solutions axées sur la technologie qui aident les organisations à répondre aux besoins changeants de leur main-d’œuvre dans les domaines Santé, Avoirs et Carrière. La Société compte plus de 22 000 employés répartis dans 44 pays et elle exerce ses activités dans plus de 130 pays. Elle est une filiale en propriété exclusive de Marsh & McLennan Companies (symbole MMC à la Bourse de New York), la plus importante société de services professionnels d’envergure mondiale dans les domaines du risque, de la stratégie et du capital humain. Forte d’un effectif mondial de quelque 65 000 employés et d’un chiffre d’affaires annuel de plus de 14 milliards de dollars ainsi que de ses sociétés-conseils de premier ordre, soit Marsh, Guy Carpenter et Oliver Wyman, Marsh & McLennan aide ses clients à naviguer dans un environnement de plus en plus dynamique et complexe. Pour de plus amples renseignements, consultez le site Suivez Mercer sur Twitter @MercerCanada.


    Date affichée : 2019-02-12 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-14

  • Analyste en actuariat junior – La Capitale – Québec, QC

    Poste permanent
    625, rue Jacques-Parizeau – Québec (Québec)


    L'essentiel, c'est vous.


    La Capitale assurances générales veut consolider sa position de leader dans les marchés qu’elle dessert. Nous sommes donc à la recherche de gens compétents et motivés pour joindre notre équipe d'actuaires responsable de la stratégie de tarification des lignes personnelles de l'assurance de dommage


    • Vous souhaitez joindre une équipe soudée, jeune et dynamique dans une ambiance de travail des plus agréables?
    • Vous détenez un titre actuariel canadien AICA?
    • Vous désirez participer à des projets d'envergure en collaboration avec les autres secteurs de l'entreprise (ventes, informatique, marketing, indemnisation, etc.)?
    • Vous avez un désir d'apprendre, êtes orienté vers l'action et aimez travailler en équipe?
    • Vous avez une expérience en actuariat pertinente?


    Vous avez répondu par l'affirmatif à ces questions? On peut vous assurer que joindre cette équipe sera un bon calcul à votre carrière!


    À titre d'analyste en actuariat, vous prendrez part à l'établissement de la stratégie de tarification des lignes personnelles. En plus des mandats de tarification, vous aurez la possibilité de participer à des projets d’actuariat corporatif et de collaborer à l'intégration des solutions d'innovation de l'équipe de recherche. Plus précisément :


    • vous participerez à des projets multidisciplinaires d’envergure;
    • vous effectuerez des analyses approfondies de tarification à l’aide de la modélisation et autres outils statistiques;
    • vous réaliserez des analyses en fonction des conditions du marché et des différents suivis des résultats;
    • vous effectuerez les projections financières, l'analyse des réserves et de la suffisance du capital.


    Pour postuler, voir l’offre.


    Merci de votre intérêt. Seules les personnes dont la candidature sera retenue seront contactées.


    Numéro du poste : A19-13


    Date affichée : 2019-02-07 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-09

  • Conseiller en actuariat senior – La Capitale – Québec, QC

    Poste permanent
    625, rue Jacques-Parizeau – Québec (Québec)


    L'essentiel, c'est vous.


    La Capitale assurances générales veut consolider sa position de leader dans les marchés qu’elle dessert. Nous sommes donc à la recherche de gens compétents et motivés pour joindre notre équipe d'actuaires responsable de la stratégie de tarification des lignes personnelles de l'assurance de dommage


    • Vous souhaitez joindre une équipe soudée, jeune et dynamique dans une ambiance de travail des plus agréable?
    • Vous détenez un titre actuariel canadien AICA?
    • Vous désirez participer à des projets d'envergure en collaboration avec les autres secteurs de l'entreprise (ventes, informatique, marketing, indemnisation, etc.)?
    • Vous aimeriez que vos travaux et votre opinion soient considérés et aient de l'impact?
    • Vous avez plusieurs années d'expérience à votre actif?


    Vous avez répondu par l'affirmatif à ces questions? On peut vous assurer que joindre cette équipe sera un bon calcul à votre carrière!


    À titre de conseiller senior en actuariat, vous prendrez part à l'établissement de la stratégie de tarification des lignes personnelles. En plus des mandats de tarification, vous aurez la possibilité de prendre en charge des projets d’actuariat corporatif et de collaborer à l'intégration des solutions d'innovation de l'équipe de recherche. Plus précisément :


    • vous collaborerez activement à des projets multidisciplinaires d’envergure;
    • vous effectuerez des analyses approfondies de tarification à l’aide de la modélisation et autres outils statistiques;
    • vous suggérerez des analyses en fonction des conditions du marché et des différents suivis des résultats;
    • vous effectuerez les projections financières, l'analyse des réserves et de la suffisance du capital;
    • vous serez appelé à encadrer techniquement des analystes en actuariat afin de contribuer à leur développement.


    Pour postuler, voir l’offre.


    Merci de votre intérêt. Seules les personnes dont la candidature sera retenue seront contactées.


    Numéro du poste : A19-12


    Date affichée : 2019-02-07 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-09

  • Consultant - Actuarial & Financial Services (H/F) – Optimind – Paris, France

    Vous souhaitez ou avez une expérience en Epargne, Retraite, Prévoyance, Santé, IARD, ou réassurance, sur des missions liées à la modélisation, à Solvabilité 2, IFRS, à la gestion actif-passif ou encore à la Data Science ?


    Vous détenez un titre actuariel Canadien FICA ou AICA (un atout) ?


    Votre profil nous intéresse !


    En tant que Consultant, au sein de la plus forte concentration d’actuaires conseil en France, vous capitalisez sur vos connaissances et votre expérience tout en développant de nouvelles compétences sur des sujets variés en :


    • Tarification, conception et modélisation de produits au travers d’approches novatrices ;
    • Provisionnement stochastique, réassurance, suivi de la rentabilité Solvabilité II (tous piliers & modèle interne), et IFRS 17 ;
    • Modélisation prospective et gestion actif/passif.


    Pour réussir vos missions, vous pourrez vous appuyer sur le partage de connaissances des équipes, des différents pôles d’expertises et de R&D de l’écosystème Optimind.


    Notre devise : Partager, Challenger, et Innover !


    Vous apprécierez travailler au sein de notre structure à taille humaine, bienveillante, avec un fort ADN entrepreneurial, particulièrement attentive au suivi de ses collaborateurs, et dans laquelle l’effort individuel est visible dans l’effort collectif. Société de conseil en forte croissance avec des ambitions affichées, Optimind est LE tremplin pour votre carrière !


    Package attractif et évolutif en fonction de vos performances : Fixe + variable, mutuelle prise en charge à 100%, PEE, participation, tickets restaurant. Poste basé à Paris.


    Avec 200 collaborateurs, OPTIMIND est devenu le leader français en gestion des risques. Aujourd'hui, nous accompagnons nos clients en leur apportant des solutions à la fois globales et personnalisées à travers nos lignes de services : Strategy, Finance, Risk, Compliance, Human Resources, Digital Transformation, Market, Data & BPO.


    Plus d’informations sur notre site


    Date affichée : 2019-02-07 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-09

  • Analyste en actuariat – La Capitale – Québec, QC

    Analyste en actuariat


    Poste permanent


    625, rue Jacques-Parizeau – Québec (Québec)


    L'essentiel, c'est vous.


    Vous cherchez de nouveaux défis à la hauteur de vos compétences et de vos aspirations!


    Vous souhaitez joindre une équipe dynamique œuvrant dans un environnement de travail aux qualités humaines exceptionnelles, et ce, dans un contexte d’intervention des plus stimulants?


    On peut vous assurer que nous ajouter à votre carrière est un bon calcul!


    Située au cœur de la vieille capitale et entourée par les festivités et les bons restaurants, La Capitale est une entreprise où les employés peuvent s’épanouir à travers des défis stimulants et des équipes de travail dynamiques en plus de pouvoir bénéficier d’avantages sociaux compétitifs. Venez y découvrir un monde de possibilités!

    Vous relèverez les défis professionnels suivants :


    À titre d'analyste en actuariat, vous aurez comme principal défi le développement, la recherche et la tarification du portefeuille de produits de rentes, d’épargne et de prêts hypothécaires offerts aux différents réseaux de distribution de La Capitale (réseaux carrière, courtage et direct). Vous serez appelé à être chargé de projets dans le cadre de ces développements. Aussi, vous recommanderez des améliorations au portefeuille de produits, proposerez le design de nouveaux produits et des ajustements aux produits existants. Vous collaborerez à leur tarification, vous vous assurerez de leur rentabilité et recommanderez les hypothèses de tarification en collaboration avec d’autres départements, notamment l’actuariat corporatif et l’équipe des placements.


    Profil recherché :


    • Détenir un baccalauréat en actuariat ou être en voie de l'obtenir.*
    • Démontrer de l’intérêt et avoir des connaissances en programmation (VBA et SAS un atout).
    • Excellente connaissance des logiciels Excel et Word.
    • Excellente connaissance de la langue française, tant parlée qu’écrite.
    • Connaissance de la langue anglaise, tant parlée qu’écrite (un atout).
    • Avoir réussi quelques examens de la SOA (un atout).
    • Avoir de l’expérience pertinente (un atout).
    • Le dernier relevé de notes universitaire sera demandé aux candidats ayant moins de 4 années d'expérience.


    * Dans l’éventualité où vous êtes toujours aux études, vous devrez être disponible à travailler quelques heures par semaine, et ce, jusqu’à l’obtention de votre diplôme.


    Pour postuler, voir l’offre.


    Merci de votre intérêt. Seules les personnes dont la candidature sera retenue seront contactées.


    Numéro du poste : M19-05


    Date affichée : 2019-02-05 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-07

  • Conseiller en actuariat – recherche et modélisation – La Capitale – Québec, QC

    Poste permanent


    625, rue Jacques-Parizeau – Québec (Québec)


    L'essentiel, c'est vous.


    • Vous souhaitez joindre une équipe motivée et innovante et mettre à profit vos compétentes techniques spécialisées en analytique et modélisation?
    • Vous détenez un titre actuariel canadien AICA?
    • Vous faites preuve d'autonomie, de leadership et de créativité dans votre quotidien?
    • Vous aimeriez que vos travaux et votre opinion soient considérés et aient de l'impact?
    • Vous avez répondu par l'affirmatif à ces questions? On peut vous assurer que joindre cette équipe sera un bon calcul à votre carrière!


    À titre de conseiller en actuariat - recherche et modélisation, vous serez un acteur important de différents projets de recherche, en lien avec les objectifs d'entreprise, pour les divers secteurs de l'assurance générale. Vous aurez la responsabilité de conseiller l’équipe et ses gestionnaires sur les méthodes de travail et d’analyse à utiliser. Plus précisément :


    • vous appliquerez, partagerez et développerez vos connaissances techniques en analytique, en modélisation et en programmation;
    • vous adapterez vos compétences au domaine d’affaires et apporterez des solutions réalistes;
    • vous partagerez votre expertise et mettrez de l'avant l’utilisation de méthodes statistiques appropriées au sein de l’organisation;
    • vous élaborerez et participerez à des preuves de concept, afin de faire les recommandations nécessaires pour la prise de décision;
    • vous développerez votre réseau et créerez des liens avec le milieu académique.


    Pour postuler, voir l’offre.


    Merci de votre intérêt. Seules les personnes dont la candidature sera retenue seront contactées.


    Numéro du poste : A19-07


    Date affichée : 2019-02-05 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-07

  • Actuarial Associate – Assurant – Toronto, ON

    The Actuarial Associate assembles and verifies data used in creating actuarial analysis to support Assurant Lifestyle.  The Actuarial Associate will apply more complex actuarial/statistical techniques to achieve goals that contribute to the attainment of revenue and profitability targets. They will act as a strategic partner within the Actuarial group and our key customers, as well as across the multiple functions of our various business partners. In this role, they will be a problem solver, helping to support the ongoing demands of this business.


    This business operates in a dynamic, but highly visible regulatory environment, requiring creativity and attention to detail. This role reports to the VP, Sr Actuary of our Canadian team.




    • Responsible for Extended Service Contract (ESC) business rate development, projection and analysis of product profitability.  Participates in the structuring of deals, capital requirements and valuation for the Canadian Operations.
    • Provide top quality support to Assurant’s current and future clients.
    • Work effectively with Clients, Product Managers and Client Relationship Managers.
    • Conducts the broadest and most complex analytical assignments.  Ensures completeness, accuracy and appropriateness of all insurance data used in the production of outputs.  Assist in the completion of DCAT, and Experience Studies.
    • Serves as a subject matter expert, provides technical guidance to less experienced professionals.
    • Resolves the most complex issues and problems and evaluates matters that may have a major bearing on conduct of company business.
    • Ensures cooperation and coordination with other departments.
    • Interprets and applies company policy.
    • Uses advanced actuarial concepts to develop procedures, develops actuarial assumptions, conduct research and make recommendations to management. Calculates premium rates and reserves.  Initiates, organizes, directs and analyzes actuarial research and audits.
    • Assist in the implementation, documentation, and monitoring of ongoing quality assurance for Assistant Actuarial function. Ensures compliance with regulatory agency guidelines and standards.  Conducts quarterly reviews on profitability, initiates improvement plans.
    • Duties include, but are not limited to, DCAT support, producing pricing sheets, presenting pricing results to interested parties, participating in product design, systems support and coordination with counterparts in Atlanta.


    Basic Qualifications


    • Two years of progressively more responsible and related experience.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Actuarial Science, Finance, Mathematics or related field.
    • Successfully passed 4 actuarial examinations.
    • Experienced working directly with internal and external stakeholders.


    Other requirements


    • Demonstration of leadership abilities
    • Excel, SAS, Cognos and SAR Reports
    • Managed projects to required deadlines in a changing environment.
    • Strong communication skills, both written and oral, are essential.
    • Canadian or US GAAP reserving
    • financial reporting


    Preferred experience


    • Knowledge of any of extended warranty products


    Please click on the following link for more details and to apply directly:



    Date affichée : 2019-01-31 Date d'expiration : 2019-03-02

  • Vice President, ALM & Liquidity Risk – Met Life – Whippany, NJ, USA

    Role Value Proposition:


    As a result of the growth of our risk function overseeing MetLife’s insurance business, which includes $420 billion of general account assets as of December 31, 2017, MetLife is seeking the Vice President, ALM and Liquidity. This position will maintain the global market risk framework (enterprise policy and market risk appetite) and will provide the Global Risk Management (GRM) perspective within Asset Liability Management (ALM) working groups for both the US and MetLife Holdings segments, as well as the enterprise liquidity working group.  The position will oversee a team involved in developing, reviewing and maintaining guidelines, reporting, stress tests, risk sensitivities, risk metrics and portfolio strategies.  The position will also be responsible for providing market risk input and review for various submissions (rating agency, SEC reporting, etc.), maintaining and evolving the market risk portion of the EC model, and reporting on enterprise market risk analytics.


    Key Responsibilities:




    • Develop Risk Appetite Statement:  market, capital, liquidity, earnings stability, stress scenarios & regional cascade
    • Participate in ALM working groups: Retirement Income Solutions, Retail Annuities, Retail Life, Retail Reinsurance, Group, A&H, Capital Markets, US/Int’l Hybrid and provide updates to head of market risk
    • Review/recommend/approve portfolio strategies, guidelines, risk metrics, compliance
    • Participate in Non-Qualified Met Employee Benefits ALM working group & oversee stochastic surplus analysis
    • Develop and maintain enterprise market risk policy
    • Develop / champion development of economic, statutory and GAAP financial statement sensitivities
    • Compile market risk sensitivities for the dedicated business review and regional market risk dashboard
    • Project net income results based on sensitivities
    • Support market risk requirements of various submissions (rating agency, Board reports, etc.)
    • Represent Market Risk team on Economic Capital Projection Model Technical committee
    • Support/analyze/propose market risk reduction strategies
    • Calculate impact to economic metrics and guidelines of market risk strategies
    • Develop and recommend ALM best practice
    • Oversee quarterly review of Market Risk Disclosure and 10-K sensitivities


    Liquidity Risk


    • Participate in liquidity working group:  review Liquidity Stress Model (LSM) results, current market environment, liquidity position of portfolios, securities lending derivative collateral capacity, and liquidity impact of enterprise strategies
    • Review contingent funding plan quarterly
    • Review enterprise liquidity risk policy and liquidity coverage ratio limits
    • Review enhancements to LSM process and models
    • Manage annual GRM challenge of liquidity stress testing assumptions
    • Support MetLife’s participation in industry liquidity-related working groups
    • Recommend approach to set a risk appetite for collateralized funding and lending transactions (CFL)


    Other Market Risk


    • Maintain and develop the market risk portion of the economic capital framework
    • Maintain and develop reporting of enterprise market risk analytics


    Essential Business Experience and Technical Skills:


    • 15+ years of risk management experience with specific background in ALM, market and liquidity risk management or equivalent investment experience
    • Accomplished change management leader, able to operate effectively in a highly matrixed organization
    • Relationship management expertise
    • Strong communication and partnering skills
    • Ability to develop talent, empower individuals and manage diverse teams to drive engagement and performance
    • Demonstrated ability to influence policy and strategy through effective collaboration
    • Undergraduate degree required; advanced degree preferred
    • Actuarial designation and insurance industry experience highly desired
    • Proven ability to solve complex risk management problems


    Leadership Competencies:


    • Thinks Strategically – Sets direction aligned to the company’s strategy, applying external and global perspective to meet local and global needs.
    • Motivates People – Gains people commitment to achieve business objectives through clear communication of the company’s vision and flexing leadership styles to inspire high performance.
    • Creates Partnerships – Authentically builds trusted relationships and collaborates across global, diverse and multi-functional teams to successfully drive business objectives.
    • Seizes Opportunity – Seeks new opportunities and ways to create balanced business growth while improving operational capabilities.
    • Grows Talent – Inclusively and pro-actively develops talent, empowers individuals and manages diverse teams to drive engagement and performance.
    • Models our Values – Creates a culture that promotes the company’s values and standards through role modeling, accountability and ownership of decisions.
    • Focuses on Customers – Promotes customer centricity and ensures focus on creating great customer experiences to achieve competitive advantage.
    • Drives Results – Sets aggressive goals and is accountable for continuously driving improved performance, leading change and ensuring high standards.


    Key Relationships:


    • Reports to: the SVP, Market Risk
    • Direct reports/team: 3/6-7
    • Key Stakeholders: AIC Portfolio Strategies, ALM, Treasury, Actuarial, Accounting, CFO Organization, MIM Derivatives and CMG teams




    MetLife, through its subsidiaries and affiliates, is one of the world’s leading financial services companies, providing insurance, annuities, employee benefits and asset management to help its individual and institutional customers navigate their changing world. Founded in 1868, MetLife has operations in more than 40 countries and holds leading market positions in the United States, Japan, Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.


    We are one of the largest institutional investors in the U.S. with more than $580 billion in managed assets as of December 31, 2017. We are ranked #42 on the Fortune 500 list for 2017. In 2017, we were named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for the second year in a row. DJSI is a global index to track the leading sustainability-driven companies.


    While we have tremendous respect for the past, we are a company firmly focused on the future. To adapt to a changing world, we are undergoing one of the most dramatic transformations in our history to reinvent how we do business so we can thrive in any environment. We are moving away from a traditional product-development model to one driven by customer insights. We are challenging historical norms by humanizing our industry and designing every customer experience to reflect the modern company we’re becoming. Our goal in everything we do is to offer customers truly differentiated value propositions that allow us to establish clear competitive advantages. We pride ourselves on being a trusted partner to our customers as they navigate life’s twists and turns.


    At the center of our business strategy is a commitment to One MetLife – collaborating, sharing best practices, and recruiting, developing and retaining the best talent in the industry. We live by our values:  Put Customers First, Be the Best, Make Things Easier, and Succeed Together. They guide how we operate every day.


    MetLife is a proud equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to attracting, retaining, and maximizing the performance of a diverse and inclusive workforce. It is MetLife's policy to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, national origin, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, genetic information, citizenship status, uniformed service member or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


    MetLife maintains a drug-free workplace.


    Apply here


    Date affichée : 2019-01-25 Date d'expiration : 2019-02-24

  • Associate, Actuarial Specialist – Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan – Toronto, ON

    The Opportunity


    Have you acheived or are working towards your Associate or Fellow Actuary certification? Do you want to join a dynamic and innovative organization? We are currently seeking an Associate - Actuarial Specialist to provide strong support to the Manager, Actuarial Services and Tax on a variety of actuarial assignments including maintenance of actuarial applications, management of the actuarial valuation data, contentious/complex calculations, and implementation of relevant taxation changes.


    What you’ll do


    • Guide and assist the team in testing actuarial valuation data for accuracy and completeness;
    • Clean data and / or provide supplementary data or information as needed;
    • Reconcile the valuation extract data:
    • Review and analyze data queries received from the Plan’s actuary and report on those findings.
    • Build and maintain actuarial applications/algorithms used to calculate member entitlements
    • Be responsible for the integrity of the actuarial applications employed in our Member Services division;
    • Liaise with developers / testers in coding / testing to ensure actuarial concepts in broadly used desktop applications are correct;
    • Identify areas for improvement and recommend/implement solutions;
    • Oversee testing of all changes to actuarial applications;
    • Accountable for the scheduled updates of rate tables, test rate table updates, year-end inflation reconciliation rate updates and other necessary statistics used in all applications
    • Review various actuarial components of member entitlement calculations too complex for the existing entitlement processing systems
    • Provide required entitlement calculations and optimal processing advice.
    • Conduct research, perform analysis and report findings for key actuarial studies related to: pension plan demographic experience, impact of pension plan changes/issues, and corporate/divisional projects.
    • Provide support to other departments with actuarial and tax-related changes to systems, processes and procedures, and reciprocal transfer calculations and rules.
    • Be a key resource for all actuarial processes including programming of calculations and working directly with other internal experts on necessary changes to forms, disclosures, calculations, etc.
    • Prepare and/or review actuarial and tax-related instructional materials and updates in laymen’s terms for distribution to internal clients.
    • Monitor developments to the meaningful standards of practice of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and identify impact of any changes in standards on internal systems and processes working to effect updates as required.
    • Conduct analysis on the impact of potential funding changes / plan amendments to member benefit entitlements
    • Assist in preparing detailed analyses related to the inter-plan transfers, Income Tax Act regulations and other important legislation for reporting to the Senior Staff and external bodies.
    • Provide guidance and training to more junior colleagues
    • Determine economic rates and tax rates to be used in member calculations according to standards/regulations and decisions in place.


    What you’ll need


    • Associate of the Society of Actuaries or Associate of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries certification. (This position is designed for an ASA / ACIA who is pursuing their fellowship designation, ideally along the SOA Retirement Benefits Specialty Track.)
    • Minimum 5 years of experience in defined pension plan administration or pension actuarial consulting.
    • Must have experience in calculation of pension entitlements (retirement, termination and death), commuted values, PAs, PSPAs, PARs
    • Deep understanding of how the data provided to Plan Actuary will impact the valuation results
    • Proficiency in the actuarial valuation process related to sufficiency and reliability of the data
    • Thorough knowledge of compound interest and life contingencies
    • An understanding of pension plans and related legislation (Income Tax Act, Pension Benefits Act (Ontario)).
    • Excellent working knowledge of and ability to program in Visual Basic and excel
    • Knowledge of Jointly Sponsored Pension Plan legislation a strong asset Knowledge of Retirement Compensation Agreements is an asset


    What we’re offering


    • Pay for performance environment that offers competitive salary and incentives
    • Numerous opportunities for professional growth and development
    • Comprehensive employer paid benefits coverage, including a Health Spending Account
    • Guaranteed retirement income through a defined benefit pension plan
    • Competitive time off
    • Discount programs including Edvantage and Perkopolis


    At Ontario Teachers', diversity is one of our core strengths. We are a globally minded organization and take pride ensuring that the people we hire and the culture we create reflect and celebrate diversity of thought, background and experience.
    Accommodations are available upon request for individuals with a disability taking part in the recruitment process and once hired.


    How to apply


    Are you ready to pursue new challenges and take your career to the next level? Apply today!
    We thank you for applying, however, only those selected to continue will be contacted. Note that candidates must be legally entitled to work in the country where this role is located.


    Apply here


    Date affichée : 2019-01-25 Date d'expiration : 2019-02-24

  • Vice-président à l’actuariat corporatif et actuaire désigné – La Capitale – Québec, QC

    Poste permanent
    625, rue Jacques-Parizeau – Québec (Québec)


    L'essentiel, c'est vous.


    Vous cherchez à vous joindre à une entreprise solide et en croissance? Nous avons un défi à la hauteur de vos ambitions.


    Vous dirigerez l’ensemble des activités à l'actuariat corporatif au sein du secteur de l’assurance de personnes et services financiers. À ce titre, vous élaborerez et dirigerez le plan d’exécution de la stratégie pour certifier le niveau des engagements envers les assurés dans le bilan des compagnies d’assurances de personnes et vous procéderez à des projections de la solvabilité de ces dernières. Vous agirez également à titre d’actuaire désigné pour les différentes compagnies du secteur de l’assurance de personnes et des services financiers.


    Également, à titre de vice-président à l’actuariat corporatif et actuaire désigné,  vous aurez à :


    • Gérer l’ensemble des activités de votre équipe en organisant, planifiant et contrôlant l’utilisation optimale des ressources humaines, financières et matérielles.
    • Assurer la représentation de la fonction corporative de l’actuariat dans différentes tâches et comités au sein de la compagnie et agir comme point de contact pour les autres unités d’affaires.
    • Représenter la compagnie dans des discussions et négociations avec les partenaires de la réglementation et de la gouvernance (auditeurs, AMF, etc.) à l’égard des dossiers comportant des impacts pour le secteur de l’assurance de personnes et services financiers ou pour la mutuelle.
    • Contribuer à l’orientation stratégique du secteur de l’assurance de personnes et services financiers.


    Profil recherché :


    • Diplôme d’études universitaires de premier cycle en actuariat.
    • Fellow de l’Institut canadien des actuaires.
    • Connaissance de l’assurance vie et des normes de pratique de ce secteur.
    • Excellente maîtrise du français et niveau d’anglais avancé.
    • Un minimum de 15 années d’expérience dans le domaine de l’actuariat corporatif ou l’équivalent dont 10 années en gestion.


    Pour postuler, voir l’offre.


    Merci de votre intérêt. Seules les personnes dont la candidature sera retenue seront contactées.


    Numéro du poste : G19-03


    Date affichée : 2019-01-25 Date d'expiration : 2019-02-24