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The PositionSenior Finance Risk Solvency ll Officer
 
Our clientOur client is an international Anglo-Saxon insurance company newly established in Luxembourg.
 
Your roleRegulatory Compliance:
Assess the Companys (and its branches) compliance against CAA regulations and the Insurance Companies Act.
Develop effective and efficient approaches in respect of statutory and regulatory compliance (short, medium and long term).
Assist the Finance Manager in his responsibilities for the Risk Management Function as part of the regulatory compliance role (asset-liability management, investment management and similar commitments, liquidity and concentration risks).
Assist the Finance Manager in the oversight of the outsourced Actuarial Function.
Keep up to date with CAAs direction and focus and ensure any new developments are communicated and acted upon as necessary.

Statutory Reporting:
Prepare Solvency II reporting and ensure all reports are timely, accurate and compliant.
Assist in the development of new internal and external reporting templates.
Document processes and procedures to support the preparation of Solvency II reporting.
Develop a detailed knowledge and understanding of the Solvency II regulatory requirement.
Work alongside the Finance department in the UK to ensure existing data is used consistently and efficiently.
Review current processes, identify potential improvements and ensure all procedures are documented.

Capital Management:
Manage capital levels to ensure compliance while recommending actions to optimize capital efficiency.
Ensure Capital Management Policy meets CAAs requirements.
Other accountabilities:
Support Global and Financial initiatives and projects (e.g. GFP financial system project).
Support local business departments and gain a good understanding of operations.
 
Your Technical Skills University degree in Accounting or Finance or related discipline with a minimum of at least five years experience in finance-based roles.
Excellent knowledge of the Luxembourg insurance sector, knowledge of the Solvency II directive and reporting requirements will be considered as an advantage.
Ability to review, interpret and apply technical requirements.
Good working knowledge of the Microsoft office suite (Excel and Word).
Perfectly fluent in English and French.
Part/Qualified accountant (CIMA/ACCA/ACA) or equivalent will be considered as an advantage.
 
Your Personal Skills Accurate and reliable with good analytical and communication skills.
Strong team working skills.
Ability to think outside the box and identify new approaches.
Flexibility and willingness to evolve in a new environment.
 
Our OfferOur client offers you an attractive package as well as the opportunity to join a friendly working environment.
 
 
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