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Catastrophe Analyst

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Arthur has partnered with a leading insurance company in their search for an experienced Catastrophe Modelling Analayts to join the London team. As part of the dedicated Exposure Management team, you will play a crucial role in supporting our Underwriting teams by providing detailed analysis and modeling to facilitate effective business decision-making. 

As an Exposure Management Analyst, you will be responsible for recording, modeling, and analyzing exposure information to support our Underwriting teams. Your expertise will enable them to make informed decisions regarding risk management, portfolio optimization, and underwriting opportunities. You will also play a key role in producing accurate data for portfolio rollup processes, internal reporting, regulatory compliance, and post-event analysis. In addition, you will have the opportunity to support the training of junior analysts and collaborate with outsourcing partners.

Key Responsibilities:
- Collaborate with Underwriting teams to lead the quoting and aggregation service for assigned classes, ensuring accurate and consistent rollup processes.
- Record and maintain policy and exposure information in accumulation systems, ensuring data quality and integrity.
- Contribute to exposure management projects and assist the team with project-related tasks.
- Utilize third-party catastrophe models and tools, such as AIR, to assess and model risks before underwriting decisions are made.
- Take ownership of complex accounts and respond to outsourcing partners' queries regarding cleansing assumptions for aggregation and modeling.
- Generate validated model outputs for internal and external regulatory submissions, including RDS, LCM, Aggregate Monitoring, Outwards RI submissions, ERM Reporting, and GAREAT/LFB reporting.
- Develop a deep understanding of classes modeled in RMS and AIR and leverage catastrophe models effectively.

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