Actuarial Scientist CV Example


Employed in insurance firms, actuaries or actuarial scientists analyze statistical data, such as population mortality, disability and disease trends, accident, and retirement rates to construct a range of probabilities to forecast risk and liability for claims payment. They evaluate and finalize premium rates as well as and cash reserves for each insurance product that can allow payment of future claims.

Actuarial Scientist CV Example

Gerry Hans Granger

Thomas St., Dublin, Ireland

Phone: 01 2432 5436

Grangerhans40@ycmail.com

Objective

This is to express my sincere interest in joining your company to share my expertise actuaries gained in my stint in one of the largest insurance companies in the world. I am confident that with almost 20 years in the insurance industry, I can meet you expectations for a mutually rewarding relationship.

Career Experience/Job History

2004 – Present:  Actuarial Consultant, Sunlife Financials

  • Provide comprehensive annual report on market demographic trends and shift for decision makers in insurance product pricing
  • Develop the required insurance premium rates.
  • Coordinate with 3rd party data research firms on updated market date for actuarial trending

1999 – 2004 :  Actuaries Manager, Aviva

  • Develop insurance premium tables for life and non-life insurance products
  • Coordinate with 3rd party data source to confirm actuarial studies
  • Mentor new hires in actuarial science

1992 – 1999 :  Insurance Claims Manager,  Manulife Insurance

  • Provide regular reports on claims profile
  • Work with actuaries in developing and fine tuning data statistics for insuring product pricing

Education

1998 – 2002

Master in Business Administration, Harvard University

1992 – 1996

Bachelor of Science in Statistics, King’s College, London

1998

Passed professional licensing exam from Society of Actuaries (SoA) and the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS)

Professional reference will be supplied upon request

Category: Insurance CV'S

Leave a Reply