Job Title: Investment Actuary
Aviva Role Level: E
Reports to: Head of Life Reporting & Investments
Business Unit: Finance
Location: One Park Place, some travel may be required
The Investment Actuary is a key member of the Actuarial Management team. This role involves managing controls, producing and monitoring management information within the investment area and raising the profile of Investment Issues within Aviva. The role will involve direct contact on a regular basis with senior management, including the Actuarial Director and the Finance Director.
This role requires close liaison with peer Actuarial and Finance managers and with Aviva Investors and will involve leading a small team of actuarial professionals.
The key responsibilities of the role are as follows:
- Chairing the Unit Pricing Committee and overseeing the integrity of Unit Pricing
- Monitoring and reviewing investment policy to maintain a clear strategy for all funds, ensuring PRE and Shareholder requirements are met
- Monitoring and resolving investment issues that arise with the changing economic and business environment.
- Monitoring of Unit Pricing bases, recommendation and implementation of changes
- Working with, and developing relationships with key stakeholders such as Aviva Investors, JPM and other investment partners and senior management.
- Leading analysis and preparing reports for the ALCO.
- Supporting implementation of new funds and of the investment issues related to non-linked products, where applicable
- Supporting fund restructuring projects, including involvement with rationalisation of existing funds as necessary
- Working with Compliance, Internal Audit and Risk Management to ensure that the highest standards of control, monitoring and reporting are in place over investments and unit funds.
- Ongoing development and evolution of the control measures, to ensure that the control framework is fully Solvency II compliant.
- Management of investment PRE issues.
- Implementation of Aviva Group Policies that relate to investment and unit pricing.
- Development and management of the Investment Actuarial Team
- Supporting the investment strands of the Solvency II programme.
Be either a qualified actuary or have the knowledge, skills and commitment appropriate to a qualified actuary’s role
Skills & Experience:
Ideally candidates will have the following knowledge, skills and experience:
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