The Associate Actuary, Pricing – PRT Funded Team, is a position that plays a key role in the overall pricing execution and infrastructure development of Prudential’s rapidly growing PRT Funded Business. Primary responsibilities include:
Lead financial modeling and pricing execution for US Funded PRT transactions.
Supervise highly motivated and talented quantitative professionals to achieve aggressive business growth goals.
Develop, enhance, and maintain actuarial models used for cash flow production, Statutory and GAAP reserves, and policyholder behavior, partnering with the Modeling and Assumptions teams.
Analyze population and pension plan specific experience data to determine mortality and other demographic assumptions used in Funded transactions
Provide timely, accurate and insightful pricing analytics to facilitate confident decision-making and to achieve business goals.
Collaborate with business and corporate leaders to determine and implement optimal pricing strategies that balance competitiveness and profitability while ensuring compliance with Enterprise Pricing Standards.
Support internal efforts to secure necessary approvals both from Prudential Retirement’s leaders and other governing bodies across the Prudential Enterprise.
Implement efficient and robust pricing processes and ensure compliance with Model Risk Policies and End User Controls.
Be an active participant in Prudential’s actuarial community
College Degree (BA / BS) required. Degree in Actuarial Science, mathematics, finance, computer science or other quantitative related fields is preferred.
ASA with 4+ years of strong actuarial experience (product development, pricing, valuation, GAAP/Stat reporting, financial modeling, asset-adequacy testing, asset/investment/hedging/risk modeling, etc).
Superior technical skills and ability to understand complex quantitative concepts and models.
Investment or ALM experience are helpful.
Strong communication skills, particularly in presenting results to senior executives.
Strong project management skills and ability to juggle multiple urgent priorities.
Creative problem-solver, particularly in areas with very little clarity or precedence.
Other risk/investment professional designations such as CFA, CERA, PRM, FRM or advanced degrees are not required but would be welcomed.
Highly motivated and ability to thrive in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment with high quality standards.
Fast learner and ability to work in a multi-functional team environment.