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Solvency II Reporting Accountant

  • Salary: £500 - £525 per day
  • Job type: Contract
  • Location: City of London, London
  • Sector: Risk & Compliance
  • Date posted: 10/04/2018
  • Job reference: J384541A

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My client, a well-known Insurance company based in the City of London, are currently seeking an interim Solvency II Reporting Accountant to join them on a 6 month contract.
You should ideally be immediately available or on a maximum of 2 weeks' notice.

The Solvency II (SII) Reporting Accountant will be responsible for assisting the senior manager with the production of the financial data for key accounts, SII balance sheet, Quarterly Quantitative Reporting Template and other regulatory returns & Reports. This role will actively participate in producing reporting data for the Brexit programme.

Key accountabilities

· Produce granular legal entity financial data using different data sources and be responsible for reconciliations and integrity of the data
· Produce legal entity economic balance sheet using the SII methodology and be responsible for reconciliations and integrity of the data
· Work closely with the finance team responsible for US GAAP and Statutory financial reporting
· Provide analysis of Solvency II results and critically challenge the inputs and outputs
· Participate in the automation of existing processes
· Work closely with the SII team, addressing all queries and resolving issues on a timely basis
· Participate in the Brexit readiness program and produce data to meet the reporting requirements

Skills and Experience

· Qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA)
· Strong technical accounting knowledge including US & UK GAAP, IFRS and Solvency I & II
· Experience in financial and regulatory reporting gained in the insurance sector
· Strong analytical skills (predictive analytics)
· Advanced Excel modelling skills.
· Strong understanding of Solvency II data governance and SOX