Business Unit: RBC (Consulting)
Name of the Organization: Darashaw & Co Pvt Ltd
Job Responsibilities and task
Experience: 0-2 years- experience
Education: Graduation / PG / (Actuarial/ Legal)
Industry type: Financial Services/ Insurance Sector
Functional Area: Financial Analysis & Business Development
- Working knowledge of Actuarial Science;
- Some Knowledge of Retirement Industry and its trends;
- Some knowledge of accounting standards;
- Acquainted with Retirement Benefit business and its products;
- Working knowledge of financial instruments.
- Data Management
- Good Presentation skills;
- Analytical Skills;
- Good drafting skills;
- Good inter-personal skills.
- Comfortable with MS- Excel, PowerPoint, Word and preferably VB.
- Business development orientation;
- High on initiative;
- Good oral and written communication;
- Team player.
- Actively involved with pipeline building and to some extent, with revenue generation.
- Coordinating with Consulting Actuaries, for various actuarial valuations to the clients. This includes data collation and information collection for conducting studies of valuation and asset-liability management.
- Learning to co-ordinating with other External consultants like CA's / Lawyer's / Regulators / Govt. Officials for their services as and when required.
- Meeting and making presentations to some clients as per their service requirements
- Assisting on consulting services to clients on matters relating compliance issues with regulators.
- Drafting / Vetting / Updating of various documents pertaining to Retirement Benefits.
- Regular knowledge up-gradation about the Retirement Benefits industry trends and its products.
Summary of Job Task/Responsibilities (KRA):
- Providing support services to RBC and the larger Retirement Benefits Team
- Earning revenues (to a limited extent)
Traveling Required: As required from time to time for the business of consultancy and support to larger RB Team and Senior Management
Reporting Manager: Vice President - RB Consulting
Get Actuarial Job information in this Actuarial Forum
1 post • Page 1 of 1