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Financial Mathematics, Statistics and/or actuarial studies.
4-6 years practical experience in an Operational risk function or in the P&C area of a Risk Management or Technical departments or in an actuarial audit firm
Good knowledge of :
- Solvency 2 principles, notably operational risks modules
- AXA’s internal model (STEC);
- P&C actuarial technics
- Good knowledge of AXA Group Internal model tools.
- MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
- Ability to conduct interviews in English.
- Capacity to challenge local entities and to ensure the correct application of group’s standards / guidelines.
- Capacity to write in English detailed reports and to summarize findings/recommendations through a few slides.
- Attraction for short-time travels in the entities of the AXA Group.
The main missions consist on:
1. Setting-up of a precise and exhaustive review methodology in line with requirements set by head of Operationnal risks in GRM and leveraging on experience acquired in Life business reviews
2. Conducting the reviews (e.g. animation of the discussions during the on-sites, preparation of the minutes)
3. Performing quantitative and qualitative tests
4. Ensuring consistency of local practices versus Solvency 2 directives and Group’s guidelines
5. Delivering a report structured around the sub categories listed below
6. Following-up with previous recommendations
The Internal Model Review team (IMR) was created to provide an independent opinion to the regulator and to the board of directors on the compliance and consistency of our internal model with Solvency II directives.
The IMR team resulted from the merger of the former LIMR (GRM and PBRC) and Parallel runs (PBRC) teams, leveraging on their know-how and enlarging the scope of review to P&C, Operational, Credit and Market risks.
The IMR team is hosted in AXA Emerging Markets EMEA-LATAM's facilities in Madrid, but directly reports to the Group (GRM and PBRC departments) in Paris. The team is structured in four main areas:
1. Assets standards, Market & Credit Risks,
2. Liabilities standards, Best Estimates and Life Risks,
3. P&C and Operational Risks,
4. Life modeling standards and review process