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  • ACTUARY – FSRA – Toronto, ON


    The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) is a dynamic, new independent board-governed financial services and pension regulator dedicated to serving the public interest, fostering strong, sustainable, competitive and innovative financial services sectors and strengthening non-securities consumer, member and pension plan beneficiary protections in Ontario.  FSRA will regulate property and casualty insurance; life and health insurance (including auto insurance rates); credit unions and caisses populaires; loan and trust companies; mortgage brokers; health service providers (related to auto insurance); and pension plans. We are building an agile, forward-thinking and collaborative culture, and FSRA is committed to encouraging innovation and competition, and promoting market integrity and stability. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the regulator of the future as FSRA establishes its organization, develops it policy framework and regulatory and consultative processes, and prepares to assume regulatory functions from other agencies in Spring 2019. 

    POSITION TITLE

    ACTUARY

    BARGAINING UNIT

    Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario

    JOB CODE

    7A001N – FInanceActuary07

    SALARY RANGE

    $76,683 - $115,230 Per Year

    JOB TERM

    1 Permanent

    HOURS OF WORK SCHEDULE

    6 - 36.25 per week minimum

    WORK LOCATION

    5160 Yonge Street, North York  

    POSTING DATE

    June 12, 2019

    CLOSING DATE

    June 27, 2019 at 11:59 PM EST

    OVERVIEW OF ROLE
    As a member of the Pensions Team, you will provide actuarial expertise and leadership in the assessment, monitoring and solutions on significant financial risk inherent in pension plans.

     

    Additional duties will include:

     

    • Providing senior level expertise in the development and implementation of the risk and compliance program, including related processes, procedures and standards. 
    • Conducting, reviewing and analyzing large, complex and/or high-profile pension plan submissions to determine and assess compliance with legislation and regulations, FSRA policies and procedures and actuarial standards. 
    • Negotiating with pension plan administrators/actuaries to achieve voluntary compliance.  
    • Acting as a consultant and advisor on complex issues and during the enforcement action process; acting as an expert witness at legal hearings.
    • Leading and/or conducting projects related to the development, analysis and implementation of actuarial and investment policies, procedures, processes and systems. 

    qualifications

     

    Specialized Knowledge and Experience

     

    • Mandatory –  Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (FCIA)
    • Demonstrated knowledge of actuarial theory, principles, and practices, including professional standards, valuation methods, and techniques related to pension plans to conduct actuarial reviews of large, complex and high-profile pension plans and to evaluate pension plan risk exposure.
    • Proven knowledge of, and skills in the design and management of pension plans and investment of pension funds.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of risk management principles and practices to evaluate pension plan sustainability risks, and of current pension plan issues and trends to advise senior management on pension regulatory matters.

     

    Skills

     

    • Proven project management and leadership skills to lead the risk and compliance program and related projects.
    • Demonstrated communication, presentation, and consultation skills to provide expert technical advice and make recommendations to senior management on actuarial issues and risk mitigation strategies; to explain/discuss actuarial reviews/opinions and to facilitate regulatory activity with diverse groups of pension stakeholders.  . 
    • Proven written communication skills to prepare project plans and actuarial and investment analytical and assessment reports. 
    • Proven skills to interpret and advise on the application and development of new legislation, regulations, and policies from an actuarial perspective. 

     

    FSRA is committed to ensuring equity in employment. Our goal is to create a diverse, inclusive workforce that reflects the communities we serve and to ensure our services and communications are accessible to all individuals. Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code.

     

    NOTE: ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONSIDERED

     

    Apply via LinkedIn or email sarah.madamba@fsrao.ca

     

    Date Posted: 2019-06-13 Expires: 2019-06-27


  • SENIOR ACTUARIAL ANALYST – FSRA – Toronto, ON


    The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) is a dynamic, new independent board-governed financial services and pension regulator dedicated to serving the public interest, fostering strong, sustainable, competitive and innovative financial services sectors and strengthening non-securities consumer, member and pension plan beneficiary protections in Ontario.  FSRA will regulate property and casualty insurance; life and health insurance (including auto insurance rates); credit unions and caisses populaires; loan and trust companies; mortgage brokers; health service providers (related to auto insurance); and pension plans. We are building an agile, forward-thinking and collaborative culture, and FSRA is committed to encouraging innovation and competition, and promoting market integrity and stability. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the regulator of the future as FSRA establishes its organization, develops it policy framework and regulatory and consultative processes, and prepares to assume regulatory functions from other agencies in Spring 2019. 

    POSITION TITLE

    SENIOR ACTUARIAL ANALYST

    BARGAINING UNIT

    Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario

    JOB CODE

    5a001N – Finance Actuary 05

    SALARY RANGE

    $66,055 - $97,543 Per Year

    JOB TERM

    1 Permanent

    HOURS OF WORK SCHEDULE

    6 - 36.25 per week minimum

    WORK LOCATION

    5160 Yonge Street, North York  

    POSTING DATE

    June 12, 2019

    CLOSING DATE

    June 26, 2019 at 11:59 PM EST

    OVERVIEW OF ROLE

     

    As a member of the Pensions Team, you will provide actuarial expertise related to the development and implementation of the risk monitoring programs of Ontario pension plans.

     

    Additional duties will include:

     

    • Conducting the review and analysis of pension plans to determine the financial impact on member benefits security and to assess compliance with legislation and regulations, internal policies and procedures and actuarial standards.
    • Identifying pension plans in non-compliance and making recommendations on enforcement action and providing expert analysis and recommendations during the enforcement stage. 
    • Conducting the research and analysis of trends in actuarial practices and techniques and the pension industry and providing input to the development/revision of actuarial policies, procedures, processes and systems.
    • Leading the collection, analysis and dissemination of pension financial data  including reporting on the funded status of Ontario regulated pension plans.
    • Liaising with pension plan sponsors, administrators and actuaries to communicate compliance concerns and to respond to inquiries related to the interpretation and application of legislation and regulations.    

    qualifications

     

    Specialized Knowledge and Experience

     

    • Mandatory – An Associate of the Society of Actuaries
    • Demonstrated knowledge of actuarial science principles, professional standards and actuarial reporting requirements to identify matters of concern in actuarial reports.
    • Proven knowledge of pension legislation at the provincial and federal levels to provide actuarial expertise on pension plan compliance and risk assessment of all pension plans affecting Ontario members.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of research and analysis methods and tools to participate in the review of actuarial related regulations, policies, systems and methods.  

     

    Skills

     

    • Demonstrated consultation and presentation skills to provide expert actuarial advice to staff.
    • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills to review, evaluate and interpret large quantities of pension plan data for measuring and projecting the financial conditions of Ontario plans  and to identify and assess current and potential risks to pension plan sustainability.  
    • Proven oral and written communication skills to respond to information requests, write reports, and to address actuarial pension issues to pension plan administrators and stakeholders. 
    • Skilled in standard actuarial, business and statistical database software to conduct analysis and perform calculations.

    FSRA is committed to ensuring equity in employment. Our goal is to create a diverse, inclusive workforce that reflects the communities we serve and to ensure our services and communications are accessible to all individuals. Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code.

     

    NOTE: ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONSIDERED

     

    Apply via LinkedIn or email sarah.madamba@fsrao.ca

     

    Date Posted: 2019-06-13 Expires: 2019-06-26


  • SENIOR MANAGER, ACTUARIAL SERVICES – FSRA – Toronto, ON


    The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) is a dynamic, new independent board-governed financial services and pension regulator dedicated to serving the public interest, fostering strong, sustainable, competitive and innovative financial services sectors and strengthening non-securities consumer, member and pension plan beneficiary protections in Ontario.  FSRA will regulate property and casualty insurance; life and health insurance (including auto insurance rates); credit unions and caisses populaires; loan and trust companies; mortgage brokers; health service providers (related to auto insurance); and pension plans. We are building an agile, forward-thinking and collaborative culture, and FSRA is committed to encouraging innovation and competition, and promoting market integrity and stability. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the regulator of the future as FSRA establishes its organization, develops it policy framework and regulatory and consultative processes, and prepares to assume regulatory functions from other agencies in Spring 2019. 

    position title

    SENIOR MANAGER, ACTUARIAL SERVICES

    reports to

    Chief Actuary, Pensions

    positions supervised

    TBD

    date

    June 12, 2019

    purpose of position

    Accountable for managing the delivery of Actuarial Services Unit programs and consulting services in support of overall Pensions Department strategies.  

    key responsibilities

    • Manages the delivery of Actuarial Services Unit programs and consulting services, ensuring consistency with overall Pensions Department performance measures, standards, and best practices and integration with overall FSRA directions for the regulation and supervision of pension plans in Ontario
    • As part of the management team, supports FSRA leadership in formulating strategy and developing tactics and provides leadership in executing programs or services to deliver on strategy and tactics. 
    • Oversees the implementation of section or department programs, services and work areas, including operational processes and procedures to meet the overall operational plans and priorities of the section.
    • Manages the delivery of professional advisory services on pension issues including actuarial, wind-up, insolvency and accounting issues. Provide best practice guidance notes to pension practitioners on various related issues.    
    • Provides professional actuarial expertise to FSRA management and staff in pension risk identification and management, stress testing of pension plans, actuarial modelling, integrated and methodological data analytics and data mining.
    • Provide evidence-based recommendations for problem resolution, improvement to methods to deliver programs or services and support FSRA rule and policy making.
    • Manages the unit and its staff to support an environment and culture of service excellence which respects diversity, encourages all employees to work together to achieve results and contribute to a healthy, rewarding and productive working environment where personal and team accountability are key to meeting the mandate of FRSA.  Accountable for building a strong team including: hiring, orienting, training and coaching of staff, determination of performance standards, conduct of performance reviews and management of performance and employee relations matters. 
    • Works with the Chief Actuary in operational planning, development and reporting on performance metrics, program effectiveness, risks and impacts related to unit, section and department matters. Recommends approval of financial transactions to the Chief Actuary.   
    • Supports critical change and a new collaborative, forward thinking culture within the unit, and works with others to achieve this across the section or department. 
    • Promotes and supports the implementation of innovation and continuous improvement throughout the unit and section. 
    • Leads and/or participates on projects within the section, department to represent the unit’s interests in program or service decision making.
    • Develops and manages relationships and consultation with stakeholders impacted by unit programs and operations to discuss and clarify program or service related issues and needs.   
    • Works in collaboration with colleagues on section and department priorities for FSRA.    

    qualifications   

    Education and Experience

     

    • Degree in actuarial science, accounting, auditing, mathematics, finance, or related field
    • Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA) and Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (FCIA).
    • 6 – 8 years’ experience in planning and managing the delivery of programs or services in the area of actuarial and pension consulting or pension plan and pension risk management for a large organization combined with expertise in working as a member of a larger relevant function/department within the pensions sector or regulator.  
    • Plan wind up, Pension Benefit Guarantee Fund (PBGF) and MEPP experience an asset.
    • Relevant industry experience preferred

     

    Knowledge and Skills

     

    • Skills and ability to manage and champion change for a new organizational culture and vision.
    • Knowledge of, and skills in actuarial, accounting and auditing principles and methods involving pension plans
    • Understanding of the design and management of pension plans, investment of pension funds and valuation methods and techniques related to pension plans and the regulatory environment
    • Knowledge of pension plan operations in Ontario, the pension industry and technical nature and issues related to a broad range of pension plans and their administration
    • Leadership skills to implement a new organizational structure, systems, and standards.
    • Proactive management, good organizational and analytical skills and excellent oral and written communication skills. 

    effort - physical/sensory demands

    Work involves minimal physical effort normally associated with a corporate office environment.  There is flexibility to change work activities, take a break or alter work position.

    working conditions

    Normal office environment with no unusual or unpleasant conditions, with periods of high demands requiring long hours.   

     

    Apply via LinkedIn or email sarah.madamba@fsrao.ca

     

    Date Posted: 2019-06-13 Expires: 2019-07-13


  • Senior Director, Pricing and Product Support – The Co-operators – Regina, SK


    The Senior Director, Pricing & Product Support provides leadership and oversight with respect to the product pricing and actuarial product support functions for the Individual Life & Health and Wealth Management (WM) business segments for both Cooperators Life and CUMIS Life. The Senior Director also provides input and direction to the reinsurance and illustration systems.

     

    What you’re responsible for:

     

    • Determine and evaluate the design and pricing of new products and periodic redesign and re-pricing of existing products as required by the market.
    • Review, evaluate and determine any changes to adjustable elements such as policyholder dividends, premiums, management fees, administration fees and interest rates.
    • Review portfolio to examine performance and progress against sales, product mix, and feature utilization targets included in product pricing and business plans.
    • Design and implement reinsurance programs for the applicable lines of business with retention and limits which align with the risk appetite of each company.
    • Provide direction for illustration and sales concept tools.
    • Negotiate agreements and manage relationships with reinsurers and vendors.
    • Manage the Pricing & Product Support department including people management, planning, budgeting, setting direction for activities and boundary management.

     

    What to expect:

     

    • You will travel occasionally
    • As a leader, strict confidentiality is required with respect to sensitive matters and employees’ personal information.  
    • You will be subject to a Criminal Record and Consumer History background check as a condition of employment, in the event you are the successful candidate. 

     

    To be successful:

     

    • You initiate new strategies to capitalize on opportunities and lead the implementation of organizational change.
    • You integrate complex information to identify solutions or solve problems and apply a strategic mindset to adjust business plans.
    • You foster innovation and continuous improvement with a focus on client experience.
    • You create a high-performance culture through alignment of your team’s work with organizational goals and successfully convey messages with a sense of positive advocacy.
    • You develop others to ensure the evolving needs of the organization will be met and build effective relationships to achieve key business objectives.

     

    To join our team:

     

    • Completion of post-secondary education in Actuarial Science/Commerce with 7-10 years of related experience, including managerial experience.
    • Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (FCIA) designation.
    • Proven track record of supervising, leading, coaching, and developing a team of service-focused employees.

     

    What we offer:

     

    • Training and development opportunities to grow your career with one of Canada’s Best Employers. 
    • Flexible work options and paid time off to support your personal and family needs. 
    • A holistic approach to your well-being, with physical and mental health programs and a supportive workplace culture. 
    • Paid volunteer days to give back to your community.
    • A comprehensive total rewards package, including competitive salary, bonus, pension and benefits.

     

    If you are interested in a career with The Co-operators, please visit our Career Opportunities site to submit your application.

     

    Date Posted: 2019-06-13 Expires: 2019-06-25


  • ANALYST, TREASURY RISK MANAGEMENT – BDC – Montréal, QC


    WHY JOIN BDC?

     

    No other bank is doing what we do.

     

    At BDC, we’re devoted to Canadian entrepreneurs. We’re also dedicated to our employees. Adaptable. Inspiring. Different. There’s a reason we like to work here and we think you’ll like it too.

     

    POSITION OVERVIEW

     

    The Analyst, Treasury Risk Management is accountable for supporting the development and enhancement of risk management forecasting tools and of Treasury Risk Management models. The incumbent must analyze treasury financial data from different databases and generate Treasury balance sheets and gap reports, as well as support the ongoing development and enhancement of relevant reporting and monitoring tools.

     

    CHALLENGES TO BE MET

     

    • Extract and interpret treasury financial data from various databases (Abacus, D&D, Bloomberg, etc.) to produce the Treasury balance sheet, the gap report and the stress tests report while ensuring the integrity of the risk management information
    • Review, analyze and monitor the factors affecting the interest rate risk of internal funds (ALM), the liquidity risk (short term investments) and the credit risk of derivative positions (requests for collateral) and provide recommendations for corrective measures
    • Identify the source of the departure when a risk tolerance level is exceeded and make recommendations to management on remedial measures in accordance with the risk management framework
    • Develop risk management forecasting tools that will permit BDC to proactively identify any future source of risk and improve the Treasury decision making process
    • Support the Treasury Front Office in the development of new loan products, new valuation tools, and the production of risk and return analyses to improve the overall Treasury risk management function
    • Develop and enhance treasury risk management models, including valuation models used for debt and derivatives, ensuring timely revisions are made to reflect any change in BDC activities and/or risk management policy
    • Implement new and/or upgraded systems with the Information Technology department and with external suppliers
    • Monitor and prepare regular reports regarding the compliance of Treasury activities addressed to the Asset & Liability Committee, the Board of Directors, the department of Finance, the Bank of Canada and BDC's Finance department on a quarterly or annual  basis and collaborate with external and internal auditors on Treasury Risk related questions
    • Respond to senior management requests by undertaking special projects that include financial and non-financial analysis, work on complex forecasting models and participate in monitoring and reporting results of BDC's Economic Capital Adequacy model
    • Keep abreast of best industry's practices in terms of treasury risk management and economic capital valuation while participating in the optimization processes

     

    WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR

     

    • Finance degree (B.A.A. or M.SC.) or Mathematics / Actuarial degree with a good knowledge of financial products
    • CFA Level 1 (an asset)
    • FRM or PRM (an asset)
    • ACIA or FCIA (an asset)
    • Minimum 2 years of experience in financial markets or in financial risk management
    • Ability to work effectively and as part of a team
    • Excellent judgement and creative problem-solving skills, including negotiation and conflict resolution skills
    • Strong analytical qualitative and quantitative skills
    • High energy / good people skills
    • Coding skills with strong MS Excel knowledge
    • Very good project management skills
    • Ability to manage change and work in a fast pace environment while continuing to focus and pursue key objectives
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills in both French and English

     

    EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

     

    At BDC, we value diversity in our workforce and encourage all qualified candidates to apply. We appreciate all responses and advise that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

     

    Date Posted: 2019-06-13 Expires: 2019-06-20


  • Actuary – Farmguard Corporation Limited – Nassau, Bahamas


    JOB SUMMARY:

     

    This position supports the production of financial information related to: Policy Reserves, IBNR, budgeting, forecasting, financial analysis and reporting for various lines of business. Additionally, this position is responsible for product development and pricing of life insurance products and includes some collaboration with our Health actuarial consultants. The incumbent will work along with various other departments within the Company on the implementation of IFRS 9 and 17, as well as the implementation of the new policy administration and reinsurance systems.

     

    KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

     

    Financial Reporting

     

    • Oversee the production of reserves for future policyholder benefits of long term insurance contracts using the Canadian Asset Liability Method (CALM) of reserving.
    • Oversee the calculation of the Capital Adequacy Ratios and other key performance indicators as determined by the business.
    • Prepare quarterly and annual reports as required by the regulator.
    • Ensure adherence to the Company’s asset-liability management policies in relation to the reserve process.
    • Assist with the preparation of budgets and forecasts.

     

    Experience Studies

     

    • Oversee the completion of experience studies for long term insurance contracts including mortality, persistency, expenses, and on-going review based on emerging group and industry experience.
    • Completion of monthly data analysis and validation of the change in business in-force, i.e. new issues, lapses, surrenders, death claims, maturities etc.

     

    Internal Client Support

     

    • Support financial reporting and experience analysis issues for other departments.
    • Support the development of new products and conduct profitability studies on existing plans.

     

    KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

     

    • Fellow of Society of Actuaries or Institute and Faculty of Actuaries
    • Experience in capital and asset-liability management or ALM functions
    • Comfortable with number-intensive environment and performing complex calculations; analytical; methodical; with a high level of attention to detail; focused and decisive
    • Knowledge of CAPSIL preferred

     

    Resumés should be forwarded via email to careers@familyguardian.comby June 28, 2019.

     

    FamGuard thanks all applicants; however, only those short-listed will be contacted.

     

    Date Posted: 2019-06-07 Expires: 2019-07-07


  • RE-05 Senior Actuarial Analyst, RE-06 Actuarial Consultant – OSFI – Toronto, ON


    Statement of Merit Criteria & Conditions of Employment

    Position Title:

    RE-05 Senior Actuarial Analyst, RE-06 Actuarial Consultant

    Selection Process Number:

    19/20-SIF-EA-5761

    Classification:

    RE-05/RE-06

    Tenure:

    Indeterminate  

    Intent:

    This selection process may be used to establish a pool of qualified candidates, which could be used to staff similar or identical positions with various linguistic profiles and requirements, security profiles and various tenures.

    Federal Organization:

    Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions

    Official Language Proficiency:

    English Essential

    Security:

    Reliability

    Who we are:

     

    The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) is an independent agency of the Government of Canada, established in 1987 to contribute to the safety and soundness of the Canadian financial system. OSFI supervises and regulates federally registered banks and insurers, trust and loan companies, as well as private pension plans subject to federal oversight.

     

    What OSFI offers:

     

    OSFI is a separate agency that offers a competitive salary and eligibility for performance pay annually. People are the foundation of our organisation. You will become part of a diverse community that acknowledges everyone has varied experience and fosters an environment where communication and teamwork amplify our effectiveness.  Working at OSFI offers the following:

    • Mandate: the work you do at OSFI matters.  Your efforts contribute to the safety and soundness of the Canadian Financial Sector.  A strong financial sector promotes competition, and benefits all Canadians.
    • Learning & Development: our organisation understands that ongoing learning and development is critical and necessary, and must evolve with developments in the Financial Sector.  Learning and Development is a component of our Human Capital Strategy.
    • Community & Culture: we strive to create a working environment that allows employees to work to their fullest potential.  We strive to promote employee wellbeing, including a focus on balancing work and personal needs.  Where available, we offer opportunities for flexible working arrangements.
    • Benefits: As a Federal Government Agency, OSFI offers a number of competitive benefits to its employees, including a Defined Benefit Pension Plan, maternity and parental leave benefits, vacation (4 weeks), personal and family leave days.

     

    What you will be doing:

     

    The successful candidates will support teams in OSFI’s Regulation and Supervision Sectors with actuarial analysis or advice with respect to the actuarial function and the associated risk management activities of P&C insurance companies. Areas of focus usually include actuarial valuation, financial statement presentation and capital requirements. The work may be on individual institutions or leading/participating in benchmarking and related projects. The successful candidates will also provide technical actuarial support in developing assessment criteria, which will be used to review future applications for the use of internal models to determine regulatory capital.

     

    Who you are:

     

    The successful candidates must be professional, capable of enhancing and contributing to the division’s efforts to influence P&C insurance practices, including Canadian and international standard setting that affects actuarial and risk management practices.

    ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

    Education

    • A university degree or an acceptable combination of education, experience and training.
    • RE-05 ONLY: An actuarial student that has, at a minimum, passed three actuarial exams and recent progress towards Associateship of the Casualty Actuarial Society, the Canadian Institute of Actuaries or equivalent designation.
    • RE-06 ONLY: Associateship of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries, the Casualty Actuarial Society or equivalent designation.

    Experience

    • Recent and significant experience in the P&C insurance industry.
    • Significant actuarial experience in the valuation of policy liabilities or in critiquing risk management practices in P&C insurance companies.
    • RE-06 ONLY: Experience building/improving complex actuarial and/or statistical models.

    Knowledge

    • Knowledge of the P&C insurance industry and applicable regulatory requirements.

    Competencies

    • Critical Thinking
    • Service Orientation
    • Collaboration
    • Excellent Oral Communication Skills
    • Excellent Written Communication Skills

    ASSET QUALIFICATIONS

    Education

    In addition to the Essential Qualifications identified above, please provide details if you possess one or more of the following Asset Education and Asset Experience criteria identified below.

     

    • Fellowship of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries, the Casualty Actuarial Society or equivalent designation.
    • An MBA, CERA, CA, CGA, CMA, CFA, or other relevant designation focussed on risk management.

    Experience

    You may be required to meet a combination of any of these asset experience criteria:

     

    • Experience leading or participating in technical committees of the actuarial profession.
    • Experience in risk and economic capital modelling.

    Knowledge

    • Knowledge of actuarial science as it applies to P&C modelling, pricing or valuation.
    • Expert knowledge of P&C insurance.
    • Knowledge of accounting standards, particularly as applied to insurance liabilities.
    • Knowledge of CIA standards.
    • Knowledge of actuarial and finance models used by the insurance industry and applicable regulatory requirements.

    Competencies

    • Impact & Influence
    • Professional Judgment

    OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

    Travel may be required.

    CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

    Security – Reliability

    ORGANIZATIONAL NEEDS

    In order to meet the organization’s employment equity objectives in support of a diversified workforce, ‘right fit’ selection for this position may be made from among qualified candidates who self-declare as being Persons with a disability or Aboriginal peoples.

     

    Apply Here

     

    Date Posted: 2019-06-03 Expires: 2019-07-03


  • Analyste en actuariat – La Capitale – Québec, QC


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

     

    L’essentiel, c’est vous.

     

    Nous sommes à la recherche du meilleur analyste en actuariat dans l’industrie.

     

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

     

    Joignez-vous une équipe dynamique œuvrant dans un environnement de travail aux qualités humaines exceptionnelles, et ce, dans un contexte d’intervention des plus stimulants.

     

    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 :

     

    Vous menez à bien divers projets relatifs au domaine de l’actuariat corporatif, notamment en ce qui concerne l’évaluation des engagements, la gestion des surplus et les impôts en tenant compte des politiques corporatives, de l’environnement légal et des normes professionnelles.

     

    Plus précisément :

     

    • Réviser les bases d’évaluation des provisions techniques des différentes compagnies, conformément aux normes statuaires et professionnelles.
    • Participer aux différents travaux relatifs à l’évaluation des provisions techniques.
    • Analyser les sources de gains et de pertes des différentes lignes d’affaires.
    • Participer à la rédaction du rapport de l’actuaire des différentes compagnies.
    • Participer à l’élaboration des projections quinquennales d’examen dynamique de suffisance du capital (EDSC) ainsi qu’au budget des différentes compagnies.
    • Participer aux calculs relatifs à l’établissement des ratios de capitalisation.
    • Participer à la mise en place des normes comptables IFRS 9 et IFRS 17.
    • Participer aux travaux et analyses requis à l’occasion par les autorités de surveillance.
    • Participer aux travaux relatifs à la fiscalité corporative des engagements envers les assurés (provisions techniques fiscales et impôt sur les revenus de placements).
    • Participer aux travaux relatifs aux indicateurs de performance.
    • Participer aux différents travaux de soutien à la gestion des risques.
    • Participer et collaborer à certains projets multidisciplinaires.
    • Proposer et implanter des modifications aux procédures existantes afin d’accroître la productivité, l’efficacité ou la rentabilité.

     

    Profil recherché :

     

    • Détenir un baccalauréat en actuariat.
    • Avoir réussi quelques examens en assurance de personnes d’une association actuarielle reconnue.
    • Très bonne connaissance du logiciel Excel et connaissance de SAS et AVE (un atout).
    • Maîtrise de la langue française tant parlée qu’écrite.
    • Très bonne connaissance de la langue anglaise tant parlée qu’écrite.
    • Avoir accumulé 3 ans d’expérience pertinente.
    • Forte capacité d’apprentissage.
    • Facilité à travailler de façon autonome.
    • Facilité à collaborer dans un contexte de travail d’équipe.
    • Détenir le titre AICA ou FICA est un atout.

     

    Pour postuler, visitez : http://www.jobs.net/j/Jmpopzzd?idpartenaire=174&jobdetails=true

     

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    Numéro du poste : M19-33

     

    Date Posted: 2019-05-29 Expires: 2019-06-28