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Supv Ins Valuation Analyst (Supervision & Regulation division) at Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: Washington, Washington DC

Job Description:

The Supervisory Insurance Valuation Analyst performs sophisticated, in-depth analyses related to insurer supervisory or regulatory activities involving extremely complex and sensitive issues. Leads or conducts special studies and projects relating to financial institution supervision and regulation, and advises senior management on significant issues. Identifies and develops remedies to problems or potential problems with insurers or individual insurance firms within the dominion of the Federal Reserve. By written or oral report, keeps the Board, Division Management, and others informed on developing trends and issues in the financial environment.
Requires a bachelor's degree in finance, accounting business administration, economics or other related fields and a minimum of seven years' related experience. Must have demonstrated knowledge of and competence in policy development and a deep understanding of current and proposed insurance regulatory frameworks and regimes. Prior experience with insurance regulators desired. Must possess extensive knowledge of the laws and regulations governing all aspects of the operations of insurers, the insurance sector, and all types of related nonbanking activities. Experience and deep knowledge of insurance markets, products and distribution methods of both domestic and global participants.

The Supervisory Insurance Valuation Analyst will have extensive insurance experience. A candidate with actuarial or accounting experience (US GAAP, SAP and/or financial reporting) with experience in an insurance company, insurance department or an actuarial or accounting firm. The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • Strong writing skills

  • Excellent presentation skills

  • Excellent inter-personal/collaboration ability

  • Demonstrated good judgement ability

  • Excellent technical accounting skills (if an accounting background)

    Excellent actuarial skills (if an actuarial background)

    The Supervisory Insurance Valuation Analyst position requires travel (20 to 30% of the time). Full-time teleworkers will be accommodated.