Underwriting Performance Analyst

Job Description

Underwriting Performance Analyst

Job Market: Insurance – Underwriting

Location: London

Underwriting Performance Analyst – About the role

Provide support to functions within the Underwriting Management team to assist in the monitoring and analytics of the performance of managed clients, along with the production of accurate and complete regulatory returns, internal reporting and business forecasting for syndicates and MGAs


Underwriting Performance Analyst: Key duties:

Produce and analyse relevant MI as required, notably for board reporting purposes. Extract and manipulate data from relevant data warehouses and format into new reports.

Monitoring of managed clients underwriting performance against plans/procedures. Liaising with clients and regulators as required.

Production of regulatory reporting for Lloyd’s syndicates. Liaise with the clients and provide accurate and appropriate data as requested within agreed deadline.

Coordination of the business planning process with close liaison with clients, Lloyd’s and other internal departments.

Assist with the on-boarding of new clients and migration of existing clients as required.

Liaise with clients and other functions within the company - organising, attending meetings as required.


Underwriting Performance Analyst: Key requirements

Highly numerate with the ability to produce consistently accurate work to tight deadlines.

Strong communication skills both verbally and in writing and the confidence to interact with senior members of management internally as well as with clients and regulators.

Willingness to learn and commit to development of professional qualifications.

2-3 years of experience in Insurance, ideally working in underwriting or related fields

An understanding of how a Lloyd’s syndicate operates within the market and as part of a managing agency

GCSE Maths and English at grade B or above.

Willingness to study towards professional qualification (CII) is preferred.

IT literate: Excel skills a requisite, with a natural ability to pick up new systems quickly.