Risk Analyst (Insurance) - London
A major insurer is seeking a risk analyst to work solely on their Lloyd's market business.
You will work with the wider risk team and report directly in to the Head of Risk.
• Support the development and delivery of the annual Risk Plan.
• Support the development and implementation of the risk appetite framework, including key risk indicators and advising on risk mitigation strategies where required
• Support the risk identification and assessment process, ensuring management have a clear and continuous view of the risk exposure of the organisation.
• Support key Risk Management activities including internal model validation, stress and scenario testing and reverse stress testing.
• Support the effective embedding of risk culture.
• Assist in the production of regular and ad hoc risk reporting internally (Management and Board Committees) and externally (Lloyd's and the PRA).
You will have:
• Relevant professional qualifications and strong academic record
• Stakeholder management and relationship skills to build relationships with a range of stakeholders at different levels of the business.
• Excellent analytical skills and be able to effectively communicate (in both written and verbal forms) and engage in debate on complex topics. Able to influence outcomes with senior management in both formal and informal settings.
• Time management skills - used to working to deadlines and under a certain amount of pressure. Ability to maintain effective personal workload plans that are achievable, prioritised appropriately and meet business objectives.
• Team working - should be used to working as part of a team, making effective contributions to team meetings and team initiatives and also be able to take ownership of tasks and projects whilst often working remotely and without supervision
• Challenge - ability to productively challenge technical experts and be robust/resilient under scrutiny
• Project management skills - to lead and deliver change within areas of responsibility (for example following changes in the regulatory environment)