Senior Non-Life

Risk Manager

Our Client, one of the world’s largest insurance groups, has over 1.2 million customers across Ireland.

 

Our Client is a non-Life Insurance company with a very large multi-line personal and commercial insurance portfolio, selling through direct contact centres, website and branch network, bank offices, insurance brokers, financial institutions and agents across Ireland.

Role Purpose 

 

This Risk Manager role will be responsible for embedding a robust Risk Management Framework within our Client and providing business leaders with insight, challenge and opinion on key business decisions, and the risk profile. The role holder will work closely with the CRO and will be accountable for reviewing and challenging financial and insurance risk activity in the business.  

 

Key aspects of role 

 

The role will encompass the following areas / tasks:

  • Risk Management Framework & Governance 

  • Risk Management Processes 

  • Key Business Decisions & Risk Culture 

  • Regulatory Engagement & Reporting 

  • 1st Line / Management Support 

  • Capital, Financial and Liquidity Risk 

  • Risk Analytics 

  

Skills & Experience Required 

 

Please note that as a  CF2 Role, the successful candidate will be subject to the CBI’s F&P Standards  

  • Significant experience and a deep knowledge of general insurance risk  

  • A good understanding of the broad spectrum of risks facing a general insurance business 

  • Ability to flex your style and approach as required  

  • Ability to rapidly absorb new information and identify the crux issues 

  • Collaborative, self-starter, innovative and pro-active

  • Experience of operating at senior manager level and of influencing the Executive team

  • Knowledge of best practice and emerging developments in similar organisations

  • Excellent communication, written and oral, and good questioning skills

 

Competencies Required 

 

  • Strategic Awareness and Capability 

  • Analysis and Mental Agility 

  • Able to command respect from the actuarial community

  • Influencing and Negotiation skills 

  • Communication and Listening 

  • Business Acumen and Professionalism

  • Collaboration and Stakeholder Engagement  

  • Organisation and Planning 

  • Confident enough to develop and employ people who ’raise the bar’.