Associate Manager, Actuarial (Retirement Financial Reporting)

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Title: Associate Manager, Actuarial (Retirement Financial Reporting) Location: New Jersey-Iselin Other Locations:
Prudential Financial, Inc. is a multinational financial services leader with operations in the United States, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Leveraging its heritage of life insurance and asset management expertise, Prudential is focused on helping individual and institutional customers grow and protect their wealth. The company's well-known Rock symbol is an icon of strength, stability, expertise and innovation that has stood the test of time. Prudential's businesses offer a variety of products and services, including life insurance, annuities, retirement-related services, mutual funds, asset management, and real estate services.
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Job Description
The Associate Manager, Actuarial position is in the Actuarial Financial Reporting group within Retirement, and will play a key role in supporting the rapidly growing Pension Risk Transfer business.
Financial Reporting
o Primarily responsible for Statutory, GAAP, and Tax financial reporting for the Pension Risk Transfer business
o Review and analyze monthly reserve traces and other reporting requirements
o Perform research and analysis to explain sources of earnings
o Collaborate with Valuation, Pricing and Operations to support new business implementation
o Implement efficient and robust processes and ensure compliance with Model Risk Policies and End User Controls
o Perform ad hoc regression testing of the financial reporting system
o Be an active participant in Prudential's actuarial community
o Bachelor's degree
o 2 - 3 years of experience in Actuarial or Finance
o Strong technical and analytical skills
o Highly motivated and ability to thrive in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment with high quality standards
o Ability to manage multiple key priorities effectively
o Collaborative and team-oriented
Actuarial Associate Manager, Actuarial (Retirement Financial Reporting) New Jersey-Iselin VAL0001H

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