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The Group Catastrophe Modelling unit of Generali Head Office is responsible for Modelling, Exposure Management and related Business Solutions. It is a lean but dynamic central team, which is in charge of Group Head Office activities and of coordinating local teams in the main P&C Group BUs, promoting best practices within an international and stimulating working environment. It works in close interaction with Group companies and branches, service providers, research institutions and with the P&C Treaty Reinsurance, Facultative Reinsurance, Treaty Retrocession, Risk Management as well as other units within the Group HO.
The position constitutes a great opportunity to contribute in the technical field of cat modelling for a leading international insurer as Generali. The job is within the Modelling segment of the Group Catastrophe Modelling Unit of Head Office and consists in performing and/or reviewing catastrophe modelling by Group Companies and Service Providers, supporting catastrophe model review and evaluation, ensuring adherence to best practices and covering activities tied to the Generali Solvency II approved internal model framework, all in close contact with Reinsurance and Risk Management. Contributing to the strengthening of the Group tools and processes to support the a.m. tasks will also be part of the activities to be followed, as well as support to the Exposure Management and Business Solutions segments of the Catastrophe Modelling unit.
The ideal candidate will meet the following requirements:
Excellent analytical, reporting and communication skills;
University degree (or higher) in a quantitative discipline, preferably actuarial sciences, engineering, geophysics, physics or mathematics;
At least 3 years of experience in the field, ideally with a leading insurer, reinsurer, broker or catastrophe modelling company and having used and evaluated catastrophe models and possibly followed cat exposure management processes
English knowledge is required, as she/he needs to be comfortable with writing reports, memos and presentations in English, and in communicating within a multinational environment and to an international audience;
Programming experience, especially for query (e.g. SQL, SAS) and data processing (e.g. R or other programming languages);