Senior Actuarial Reporting Manager in Basingstoke - Unum Group

Job Overview

Location
Basingstoke, England
Job Type
Full Time
Salary
TBC
Date Posted
1 day ago

Additional Details

Job ID
42992951
Job Views
1

Job Description

Job Posting End Date: October 14Who are we?We are Unum – one of the UK’s leading employee benefits providers.We’ve been around for 50 years, currently protecting over 1.7 million people, providing security and peace of mind to individuals and their families.With a Fortune 500, US parent company, we’re part of highly successful global organisation, sharing ideas and innovations across teams to create a collaborative work environment. We’re transforming our business, and we’re keen to increase our digital capabilities to evolve the way we work and optimise opportunities for growth.The roleWhat will you be doing?As a Senior Actuary in our Reporting Team you'll have a really interesting role with a varied scope across reporting. The Reporting Team is small but highly visible and you ole where you will have significant exposure to both our CFO and CRO.What will you bring?Key Accountabilities:To be responsible for reviewing, analysing and challenging all elements of Pillar I Solvency II reporting.To be responsible for working with the Risk team to agree input to the Pillar II Solvency II reporting (ORSA). To review the input including providing industry insights into ORSA developments.To play a review role in the USGAAP, UKGAAP and Claims MI reporting processes, including input into the business plan as required.To assess and interpret balance sheet results to provide insight into the performance of the business, recommending business action as appropriate.Prepare and present Board and Board Committee reports.To play a lead role in analysing regulatory developments and developing implementation plans.Plenty of opportunity to be involved in project work and collaborate across the wider Finance team.Ability to cut their teeth on people leadership (you will manage a small team). We'll also look to you to provide guidance and coaching for our Actuarial student population.We have an approved Internal Model so there is the opportunity to be involved in stress calibrations, including as part of Expert Judgement Forums.Required Knowledge and Skills:Experience is necessary but less experience will be considered if you have a high aptitude for learning at pace.Knowledge of the life (and/or health) insurance industry including knowledge of life insurance valuation reporting, covering both Solvency I and Solvency II reporting.Effective communication skills with the ability to develop and maintain relationships with other teamsExperience producing clear and concise Board reports.The ability to work under pressure, deliver expected results and managing competing and conflicting demands within the workload.The ability to apply new ideas and approaches to business needs, and provide external industry insights.#LI-EM1Why join us?Our culture!We aim to be the most inclusive, diverse and socially responsible company in the employee benefits market. With an agile and flexible way of working, we want to be a place where people aspire to work and where everyone can be themselves.What will you get in return?We are passionate about our employee health and wellbeing and providing work-life balance that suits you.Our benefits include a discretionary bonus, 24/7 health support services (including a remote GP), income protection, health cash plan, 27 days annual leave, opportunity to participate in charitable events and more.  However you see your future career, we’ll support and challenge you to be your best with a wealth of learning and development opportunities.If you need assistance and/or reasonable accommodation due to a disability during the application or the recruiting process, please send a request to careersuk@unum.co.uk.Company:Unum UKSummaryLocation: Dorking; BasingstokeType: Full time

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