Actuary, Reserving

Munich Re America Services
Princeton , United States

We’re adding to our diverse team of experts and are looking to hire one Actuary to enrich our Global Clients/North America United States (GC/NA US) Business Unit Reserving team within Corporate Reserving.


The responsibility of Corporate Reserving is to use quantitative and qualitative methods to perform and oversee the loss reserve analyses for Munich Re’s property and casualty business in the US. This includes continuous monitoring of the reserve position, developing a core understanding of the GC/NA US portfolio, and communicating the impact of reserving analyses and decisions on the financial results of GC/NA US.  Additional responsibilities are the assessment and quantification of reserve uncertainty and reserve risk, which may extend to loss types such as asbestos and environmental or other broad industry events, as well as the ensuring the reserve risk reflects the uniqueness of the business unit’s portfolio and market conditions and trends.


As part of the GC/NA Reserving team, your role is to become a strategic partner with our business unit utilizing actuarial know how, while broadening and deepening portfolio knowledge accompanied with market trends to provide business insights to support profitable growth.   This partnership must be developed, while maintaining an objective ownership to the balance sheet strength of Munich Re. 








At Munich Re US, we see Diversity and Inclusion as a solution to the challenges and opportunities all around us. Our goal is to foster an inclusive culture and build a workforce that reflects the customers we serve and the communities in which we live and work. We strive to provide a workplace where all of our colleagues feel respected, valued and empowered to achieve their very best every day. We recruit and develop talent with a focus on providing our customers the most innovative products and services.


We are an equal opportunity employer. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.