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TEAM QUANTITATIVE ANALYTICS

Junior Actuary

An actuary is the mathematician of an insurance company. You calculate the financial consequences of a variety of risks, determine the prices of insurance products and make sure the right amounts of provisions are kept to survive future claims. Are you ready to keep our insurance clients solvent?

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Your activities

From data collection and model development to financial reporting and reconciliations; the activities of an actuary are very diverse. Your day-to-day responsibilities include:

  • Collecting and evaluating historical and recent data to determine the potential risks of certain events and their financial impact on client portfolios;
  • Developing cashflow models, loss triangles, mortality tables, IFRS reports and Solvency 2 reports;
  • Performing scenario analyses and risk remediation strategies for senior management;
  • Sharing and presenting complex statistical and mathematical results to relevant stakeholders.

What you bring

We are looking for graduates with different quantitative backgrounds, experiences, and passions. It speaks for itself that you are ambitious, self-reflective and dare to be confident in an authentic way.

Furthermore, you are energized by stakeholder management and are well adept at gathering reliable information.You use this in combination with a consultive mindset to make our clients more successful.

Last but not least, you are eager to develop yourself on personal, professional and technical level with our personalized in-house Talent Programs.

  • You have 0-3 years of work experience and want to learn everything about the actuarial profession;
  • You want to put the skills into practice that you have acquired during your master’s or PhD in Actuarial Science, Econometrics,  Mathematics, Physics or another related study;
  • You have strong communication and presentation skills;
  • You are proficient in SQL, Matlab, R, Python, C#, C++ or another coding language.

What we offer

We offer the opportunity to become a certified actuary analysis, in an environment where we train you to excel as a high-end professional. In addition, good working conditions are equally as important to us.

By offering free lunch at the office and regular fun team activities like escape rooms and fun dinners, we ensure a connected and social workplace.

Also important; we will provide you with a public transport card and/or (electric) bike. All on us of course.

  • A salary range between €3,250 and €3,800 per month (including holiday allowance), depending on your degree and work experience;
  • Challenging work and projects for one of our top 200 clients;
  • 25 days of paid annual leave;
  • Half-day a week in-house professional and technical training combined with personal coaching;
  • Besides in-house training opportunities, an external development budget of €2,000 per year to obtain relevant certifications as FRM or CFA. Depending on your client project, training to become an AAG actuary is also an option;
  • An international working environment with driven and ambitious colleagues from all over the world;
  • The opportunity to take your next career move as a medior at the client or Mploy Associates after successfully completing your development program;
  • Pro bono technical projects at socially relevant NGOs.
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Meet Carlos

As a quantitative specialist at Mploy Associates, Carlos develops complex forecasting models. This requires accurate and precise work to make reliable predictions.

To achieve this, he always plans his next move and stays one step ahead of unexpected events.

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