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Global Lead Underwriting Consultant (Medical)

Job Title: Global Lead Underwriting Consultant (Medical)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £100 - £101 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: GlobalUnderwrit12
Contact Name: Jordan Shearn
Contact Email: jordans@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

  • Control of overarching underwriting policy; responsible for defining underwriting approach, setting the MI and reporting requirements.

  • Setting periodic reviews of the underwriting risk and communicating the structure through to business units.

  • Responsible for defining business intelligence strategy, delivery and maintenance of the systems to support the business.

  • Identify requirements for change, and responsible for the implementation of change to improve underwriting effectiveness.

  • Set and execute governance structure.

Strong academic background related to in underwriting, actuarial, medical, insurance.

Proven track record of leading high performing underwriting and medical risk management teams.

Strong stakeholder management experience, with the ability to build and strengthen relationships within the business and externally at all levels.

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