Current opportunities


Capital Actuary

London |11.05.23

Antares is a leading global insurer currently looking for a qualified actuary to work in their well-respected Capital Modelling Team.

The Head of Capital is keen on growing this role into a managerial role therefore this opportunity also provides a clear path for progression. The role covers a diverse range of work across entities and risks and exposure to a variety of other departments including, reserving, risk, exposure management, ceded reinsurance, and Cat modelling.

The Capital Modelling department provides a highly supportive environment with respect to development and work-life balance, whilst also delivering very high-quality output for regulatory submissions and business strategy.

We are looking for you to have in-depth capital modelling experience. You will excel in technical knowledge, and mentoring experience would be ideal but not essential.

Knowledge and Experience:

  • Minimum 2:1 degree (or equivalent) in a subject with a high degree of Mathematics
  • Qualified Actuary with at least 3 years of experience in Capital Modelling
  • Display a broad range of technical understanding in Capital Modelling
  • Experience in any capital modelling software

Day to day duties include:

  • Assist the Head of Capital in achieving the department’s objectives across the Group, covering model use for business strategy and regulatory reporting. This will include further strengthening the potential and output of a Capital modelling function already delivering to a high standard
  • Regulatory reporting will include Lloyd’s, BMA, PRA, rating agencies, and other relevant bodies. Strategy input will include capital allocation, investment modelling, reinsurance purchase and design, risk appetites, and more
  • Assist in further developing Internal Model use. Recognise development needs of the Capital model and assist with the day to day maintenance, development and running of the Capital Model
  • Some Mentoring of Junior students

All applicants must have the right to work in the UK