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Assistant Manager - Insurance Prudential Regulation

Date: Apr 15, 2021

Location: London, United Kingdom

Company: KPMG UK

The Role

Contribute to the delivery of high quality prudential regulatory advice to insurance clients on the impacts of a changing risk and regulatory landscape on their business models and supporting them through that change
Provide advice across a range of topics and emerging regulatory risk areas, including authorisations, approvals, capital requirements, group structuring, governance, and regulatory reporting, recovery and resolution, climate change risk
Communicate clearly analysis, observations and recommendations in writing and verbally
Take responsibility for engagement planning and management on a day-to-day basis
Keep up to date with industry specific issues and circumstances which affect insurance regulation, support with analysis of emerging issues
Prepare and delivery presentations, training, thought leadership and marketing materials
Support bids and proposals for new client opportunities and grow existing valued client relationships
Develop client relationships and utilise network to identify opportunities for KPMG to perform additional services
Work effectively as a team member sharing responsibility, providing support and updating senior members on progress
Mentor staff and conduct performance reviews and contribute to performance feedback for staff

The Person

Qualifications & Skills:

Strong academic background including at least a 2:1 Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in a business, legal, actuarial, or finance related degree
Up to date knowledge of the regulatory environment impacting insurers
Possess a relevant professional qualification (such as ACA)
Strong written and verbal communication skills for report writing and client presentations
Proven technical and analytical ability to dissect client issues and propose commercial solutions
Ability to prioritise and challenge

Knowledge & Experience:

Experience of delivering audit or risk regulatory services to insurers
Good knowledge of insurance regulations (Solvency II, in particular) and experience of applying this to a range of different issues
Ideally some consulting experience, with excellent client liaison and communication skills as well as commercial awareness
Ability to develop new business opportunities for the insurance regulation team to deliver
Strong project management experience
Ability to work in a client facing and consulting role, with ability to build networks and relationships
Proactive attitude with a desire for the opportunity for personal and professional growth
Thorough understanding of Solvency II reporting, governance and capital requirements

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