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Job Description & Summary
Do you want to be at the centre of the transformation that is taking place within the insurance industry in general and the actuarial profession in particular? At PwC, you will be part of a leading actuarial practice, an international environment, and work with an industry that is undergoing significant business and digital transformation. You will be offered a high development pace and often work within cross-competency teams in varying types of projects, with a possibility and expectation for all team members to influence and contribute.
We look forward to receiving your application!
At PwC, we provide a wide range of services to insurance and reinsurance clients across all dimensions of their business. As part of cross-competency teams, our actuaries play an important part in delivering such services, being involved in client projects related to deals, audit, financial reporting, risk and capital management, regulatory compliance and pricing. Increasingly, they also work with data analytics, digital transformation and machine learning, areas which are expected to grow in the future.
Our corporate culture is characterised by openness, communication and respect for the individual. We believe in all people's right to be themselves and that diversity leads to stronger business results.
Does this sound interesting? Now you have the opportunity to be one of us when we are looking for an Actuarial and Data Analyst.
What you get
As an Actuarial and Data Analyst within PwC, you will be based at our Financial Services Risk and Regulations team in Stockholm, Sweden. You will foremost work with local colleagues, but also have regular contact with actuaries in our Nordic and international offices. Many projects are conducted through cross-competency teams, allowing us to bring the right skills to our clients. For participants of such teams, it brings the possibility to exchange knowledge and learn from each other, with an expectation for all team members to influence and contribute to the project’s successful completion.
You will be involved in varying types of projects, on matters such as those described in the paragraphs above. Over the next coming years, it is particularly likely that you will be involved in the following areas:
Calculating, validating and reporting of technical provisions and solvency capital.
Implementing the internal financial reporting standard IFRS 17, the new occupational pensions regulation and changes to Solvency 2 regulations.
External audit of insurer’s financial statements.
Actuarial work within the areas of data analytics, digital transformation or machine learning.
Given the variety of projects and breadth of our business, we expect that you will enjoy a fast development path. On a longer-term perspective, there are numerous development paths within PwC, ranging from data and analytics work within other industries to secondment opportunities within our international network.
We will support you in your efforts towards achieving an actuarial education and diploma.
What you need
As a person, you are analytical, driven, structured and curious. You have the capability and interest to quickly learn new things and adapt to new situations. Performing your work you do as a team player and with integrity. Your communication is straightforward and you have the ability to explain complex matters in an understandable way. You are service-minded, have good social skills and an ability to create relationships and networks.
An academic background in mathematics and mathematical statistics or other relevant technical education is required. Further, you have experience of programming in R, Python, VBA or SAS and you are interested in data analytics. It is preferable if you have started an actuarial education and are committed to completing it. Knowledge of the insurance industry, its current and evolving regulations (such as Solvency 2, statutory accounting rules and IFRS 17) and financial modelling concepts is advantageous. Furthermore, it is preferable if you have prior experience from working with data analytics, artificial intelligence or machine learning.
You have advanced skills in both the English and Swedish languages.
Skills in Google Suite are helpful.
How to apply
Please submit a complete application with resumé, cover letter and university or college grades.
Your application can be written in either Swedish or English. Submit your application to us as soon as possible, but on 14 November 2021 at the latest.
Since we are continuously reviewing applications, positions can be filled before the last application date. (Please observe that all documents should be attached at the point when the system asks you to add your resumé.)
If you have questions regarding the role, please contact Hanne Setane (email@example.com). If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact Emma Söderholm (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We look forward to receiving your application. Welcome to PwC!
Please note that we use psychological tests as part of our selection process, with the aim of making the selection process more accurate and fair for all applicants.
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Job Posting End Date
November 14, 2021