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GI Pricing oversees the overall pricing strategy of general insurance products that aligns with TD Insurance's business objectives in compliance with jurisdictional premium regulations. Pricing is a determining component of our home and auto insurance products that cater to direct and affinity markets.Job Description
Reporting to the Actuarial Manager, Pricing Initiatives & Governance, the Actuarial Analyst II, Pricing Initiatives & Governance plays a key role in:
•Participate in Canada-wide pricing rate change or product change initiatives to improve profitability of our auto and home products
•Defining TDI's Risk Sharing Pool (RSP) strategy to maximize profits from cession
•Producing and validating monthly and quarterly RSP reports including cession and profit oversight
•Provide the Facility Association, TDI Risk Management and TDI Corporate Finance with all necessary cession projections and regularly update those projections
•Be the main point of contact with the Facility Association for RSP Pricing related matters
•Continuous oversight on Pricing Governance and controls
•Manage regulatory requests and ensure Pricing abides by regulations for all regions and products
•Be the main contact point for the following teams: Business Operations & Controls, Risk Management, Internal Audit, Global Controls Office, Legal, Compliance, ...
•Manage the multiple audits (Internal, SOX, FSRA, OSFI, FA, Compliance, and many more)
•Gain a deep understanding of the various Pricing functions and propose improvements to increase efficiency Requirements What can you bring to TD?
Tell us about your most relevant experience, credentials and knowledge for this role, as well as these requirements and desired attributes:
•Three to five years of actuarial experience in Property & Casualty
•Bachelor degree in Actuarial Sciences or related field
•ACAS near completion or at least six Casualty Actuarial Society professional exams (preferred)
•Excellent knowledge of Excel
•Proficiency and interest for programming, notably SAS, VBA, R, Python
•Predictive modeling is a large asset
•Advanced analytical, decision-making and problem solving skills
•Client-focused and aptitude for teamwork with solid organizational and communications skills
•Autonomous and perseverant; shows initiative and creativity in their work
•Recognized for their thoroughness and the quality of their work Flexible Work Options
35 hours - 9am to 5pm - Monday to Friday Inclusiveness
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