Solcency II Contractor

Discipline: Finance & Strategy
Job type: Contract
Contact email: ollie@weareedenbrook.com
Job ref: J4792
Published: about 1 month ago
We are working with a rapidly growing General & Marine Insurer for a Solvency 2 Reporting Accountant (6 Month FTC). Focused on the regulatory reporting of the entity, the successful candidate will be developing the reporting standards and financial reportings of the entity alongside supporting developmental projects. The key responsibilities of this role are as follows: • Coordinate with stakeholders and prepare Solvency II deliverables for submission to the PRA and the CAA (including QRTs, SFCRs, and half year and annual Standard Formula calculations), working with wider teams including Syndicate team, Finance Operations, FP&A, Tax, Group Risk and Actuarial ensuring consistency across all information presented across the business • Prepare and provide insight into regulatory review packs, CFO performance reports and approval memorandums for presentation to senior management at regulatory committees. • Lead the production of the SFCR for all entities including managing the SFCR timetable and external audit process. • Contribute towards continuous improvement of the quality of Solvency II Pillar 3 Reporting templates and the timeliness of deliverables to meet submission deadlines. • Contribute to the wider finance and business change initiatives by identifying areas for improvement, performing data quality checks and reconciling data. • Streamline and automate finance processes, leveraging technology enablers • Support the change control and execution of the end user testing of Solvency II reporting systems. • Support the Deputy Head of Legal Entity Reporting on strategic projects as required. • Develop strong relationships with managers from various departments across Finance and European Operations in order to obtain the appropriate information required. The successful candidate will be: • Proficient in Solvency 2 • A qualified accountant • Historical experience across the insurance industry