Graduate Actuarial Assistant

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Hodge Bank Limited
Cardiff, Cardiff (Caerdydd)
£18,500 per annum + study package + benefits
30 Jun 2017
28 Jul 2017
Actuarial Jun-17
Contract Type
Full Time

Doing the right thing is what we aim to do at Hodge.  We are a financial services business focused on the retail savings, commercial lending and retirement markets.  The Hodge Foundation, a charity supporting the welfare, medical, academic and educational areas owns over 75% of our business. This drives us, knowing that by helping our customers to achieve their goals, we are also helping good causes that are important to us.

We have achieved significant growth over the last few years and have ambitious plans to expand further. 

An exciting opportunity for a proactive and ambitious graduate, this is an interesting and diverse role, offering prospects for personal development and career progression.

As Graduate Actuarial Trainee, the purpose of your role will be to support the actuarial team in the production of financial outputs and assist in the development and improvement of the actuarial processes and systems.

You will be given financial support and study leave with the expectation of attaining the Fellowship qualification within 4 to 6 years.

Reporting directly to the Chief Actuary, your key responsibilities will include:

  • Production of regular internal financial reports
  • External statutory reporting including QRT submissions
  • Developing Excel and Prophet based models
  • Product pricing and new business statistics
  • Management information on company performance

Responsibilities for this role will increase with the progression of qualifications and development within the role.

The postholder must be highly numerate and methodical in their approach and display good attention to detail. They will have strong analytical and communication skills, and thrive in a complex and changing environment.

A degree of 2.1 or higher is essential, ideally in actuarial science or a mathematical subject. Familiarity with the Financial Services sector would be desirable.

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