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Want to be a Cat Analyst?

The CAT Modeling Analyst position requires an individual with strong analytical skills and abilities to dissect and understand insurance exposure data and catastrophe modeling results.

Strong candidates must be able to communicate complex concepts to others and have advanced SQL skills with proficiency in Excel.

Experience with AIR is often preferred but not necessarily required.

If you were to become a cat analyst, your primary responsibilities would look like this...

• Extract and prepare exposure data for catastrophe risk analysis

• Analyze changes in exposure and associated impact on modeling results

• Develop exposure aggregation or limit profile reports to monitor risk accumulations for property and other lines of business

• Model exposure using AIR’s technology platform

• Analyze and report risk/exposure to natural catastrophes; support analysis and reporting

• Validate that modeled results are appropriate, understand and communicate nuances behind model results

• Prepare independent insight and commentary on modeling summary narratives and other deliverables

•Use stochastic modeling software to generate alternative view of risk

• Assist with the preparation of external reporting to rating and regulatory agencies

• Assist with preparation of data extracts and final exhibits for reinsurance submission

Additional questions, give me a call!!

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• Use stochastic modeling software to generate alternative view of risk • Assist with the preparation of external reporting to rating and regulatory agencies • Assist with preparation of data extracts and final exhibits for reinsurance submission • # hashtag#catastrophe