Work with Chief Actuary, LDI regulatory units, the Commissioner, legislature, and the public to investigate and review the pricing and insurance methodologies across the insurance industry, evaluate their impact on the consumer, and recommend changes to regulatory leaders.
Conduct independent reviews of key insurance rating and reserving segments, methodologies, and assumptions.
Coordinate or assist the review of property and casualty financial statements, including adequacy, consistency, and transparency of key assumptions and methodologies.
Coordinate or assist the review of property and casualty rate filings, including adequacy, consistency, and transparency of key assumptions and methodologies.
Be a member in good standing with the Casualty Actuarial Society or Society of Actuaries.
ACAS, FCAS or FSA with general insurance designation.
7+ years of relevant P&C experience.
Knowledge of financial statement reserves, including methodologies and tests of adequacy.
Knowledge of annual statement’s “Statement of Actuarial Opinion”.
Knowledge of rate filing structure and supporting exhibits for property and casualty.
Analytic skills with solid understanding of casualty actuarial techniques, standards, and assumptions.
Knowledge of insurance operations, procedures, and personal and commercial insurance businesses.
Knowledge of predictive models to determine that the model is compliant with state laws.
Ability to exchange ideas and convey complex information clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing, to other actuaries and non-actuaries alike.
Ability to organize, lead, and get work done through others.
Additional Salary Information: Based on qualifications
About Louisiana Department of Insurance
State government agency responsible for regulating and enforcing insurance laws.