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Solvency II Analyst

Ref: 9218025

  • Competitive
  • 10 Jun 2019
  • Dublin (Central)
  • Perm

 Our client a leading insurance company are hiring a Solvency II Analyst position. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Solvency II accountant to broaden their knowledge in a fast-paced, growing organization operating in a changing environment.

Job details:

• Assist with the preparation of Solvency II reports which will involve planning, review and analysis for senior management. • Assist with the completion of the end to end Solvency II reporting for one Irish legal entity and for other Group entities where necessary. • Responding to Central Bank of Ireland questions on Solvency II submissions. • Liasing with other functions such as Actuarial, Risk Management, Reinsurance and Compliance to exchange data, answer questions and ensure consistency of reporting. • Produce board and management reports and act as a point of contact for any queries or questions. • Respond to questions from External and Internal Auditors. • Proactively implement process improvements for Solvency II. • Ad hoc projects such as mergers of other Group entities and the impact of Solvency II.

Education/Qualifications/Experience :

• Professional Accountancy Qualification (ACA/ACCA/CIMA or similar) is essential • University degree in any discipline is preferred. • 3-5 years post-qualification experience gained working within general (re) insurance technical accounting/reporting areas including specific Solvency II experience. • Experience with Solvency II reporting is preferred. • Ability to manage time, work to tight deadlines, prioritise and adapt to changing requirements

Benefits:

• Bonus 15% • Pension 10% employer /5% Employee contribution • Full Health Insurance for you, spouse, and dependents • Life insurance 4x salary • Onsite gym • 25 days holidays increasing to 30 days with service. If you’re interested in this or other accountancy jobs, please contact Grace Caraher on 01 662 1000 or email g.caraher@brightwater.ie