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Post Senior Associate Actuary- Core Life Products (Northeast/Southeast #49134)

DW Simpson Global Actuarial Recruitment | Life Jobs

Qualified Actuary (ASA/FSA) sought for managing a team of resources to research, design, develop core life products (Term, UL, VUL), as well as support implementation and testing of products. Also will monitor developments in the life insurance marketplace and regulatory environment to incorporate into current and future product designs. Minimum of 5-7 years of life insurance experience. Must have knowledge of product development and actuarial pricing techniques, methods and software. (#49134)

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