This global insurance provider is looking to boost its Risk reporting department by the recruitment of a talented Insurance Risk Reporting Analyst. This well paid Swiss insurance risk job will be based in Zurich.
This organization operates in more than one hundred countries and geographies, where it provides every imaginable kind of insurance product and service. With Group head quarters, in Zurich, the Analysis and Group Risks team proves risk and solvency data and analysis to the Board and shareholders. It also falls within this teams remit to ensure that the senior management of all brands and business units has the essential risk information their organizations require.
The Insurance Risk Reporting Analyst is part of this Risk reporting unit and is tasked with the creation and full editorial duties of all risk reports. To be able to do that you will have to analysis all the Groups risk data and build a comprehensive picture of the full risk environment. In this well paid Swiss insurance job
you will need to be especially mind full of insurance risks and data consistency.
Obviously with the increasing focus upon on the insurance industry from external bodies and the introduction of new risk related requirements, like Solvency II, you will need to keep on top of the latest developments. To succeed the Insurance Risk Reporting Analyst needs to work closely with other members of the Analysis and Group Risks team and ensure full commentary upon all changes as and when they happen, that can be easily digested by the business leaders within the group. Finally you can expect on occasion to be asked to investigate specific risk related problems and issues, especially with regards to projects in risk management, like Solvency II.
This is a key appointment for the Group and only Insurance Risk experts with at least five years experience in Group risk profiling will be considered. It is also expected that the successful applicant will have some experience in implementing the changes mandated by Solvency II. You will also need to be a clear communicator both verbally and as a writer and be able to analyse, prioritise and communicate change as and when it happens.
The Insurance Risk Reporting Analyst is a key part of the Group business critical risk function
. As such the firm is willing to pay what is required to appoint the right individual. If you feel you fit the profile and are successfully recruited you can expect to be extremely well remunerated.