Actuarial Analyst

Location Name CT, Greenwich
Date Posted
3 months ago(11/30/2020 12:34 PM)
W. R. Berkley Corporation
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Company Details


Founded in 1967, W. R. Berkley Corporation has grown from a small investment management firm into one of the largest commercial lines property and casualty insurers in the United States.


Along the way, we’ve been listed on the New York Stock Exchange, seen our revenue soar well past $7 billion, and become a well-respected Fortune 500 Company.


Today, the Berkley brand comprises 53 Berkley companies worldwide. Still managed by our founder and largest shareholder, W. R. Berkley Corporation is well-positioned to respond to opportunities for future growth.


In April 2017, W. R. Berkley Corporation celebrated the 50th anniversary of its founding.



The purpose of the role is to collaborate with and provide support to the Corporate Actuary team across a portfolio of diverse US and international P&C risk. 

The first phase is to help consolidate and modernize key pieces of analysis and reporting across the group.  This will evolve into more strategic, project-based work to provide targeted solutions to actuarial problems.

The position entails working in a dynamic environment, interacting with management and all insurance functions, including IT & Systems, Actuarial, Claims, Underwriting, Reinsurance, and Finance.


The candidate will be part of the Corporate Actuary team and will apply actuarial and data science to create both regularly-scheduled and project-based deliverables, including:

  • Development and deployment of tools, best practices, and templates to help consolidate, standardize and accelerate key analysis and reporting, wherever there are opportunities.
  • Perform testing and documentation of actuarial reserving and pricing in collaboration with operating entities and under the guidance of the Corporate Actuary team.
  • Participate in discussions to provide observations and recommendations to operating companies from both a commercial and regulatory/actuarial standards perspective.
  • Design and implement new management information to extract actionable insights from data.
  • Help to manage, maintain, and provide data across multiple platforms and warehouses consistent with corporate data strategy and information sharing protocols.
  • Be a resource for new and innovative ideas to continually challenge the status quo.
  • Support operating entities with ad-hoc requests for actuarial support.


  • Up to 6 years prior professional work experience in a quantitative and fast-paced environment.
  • Proficient with programing languages and statistical analysis software, e.g. SQL, python, R, tableau.
  • Progress toward Fellowship of the Casualty Actuarial Society (FCAS) or similar professional or academic credential.
  • Ability to anticipate problems, integrate multiple perspectives, and design solutions.
  • An agile team player with strong listening and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to self-organize, prioritize and request help when needed.


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