Kansas City, MO
Recognized and growing Property and Casualty Insurance
organization is seeking a Sr. Credit Financial Analyst for their operation in
Kansas City. You will be responsible for assisting in the management of
insurance company credit risk management on an enterprise wide basis. It
will involve reviewing of insurance company financial results for the purpose
of establishing credit risk evaluations.
You will follow Policies & Procedures, develop and
recommend company-specific underwriting guidelines including but not limited to
credit limits, color-codes, website availability, sell-eligibility status and
Maintain electronic historical files for various
correspondences, rating analyses, financial statements, etc. Maintain Client’s
insurance company database and related files for insurance company control
information when AVP or VP are unavailable.
For assigned companies, research information releases from
rating organizations, company press releases, news organizations, etc. Notify
AVP of significant developments as they occur.
Maintain current knowledge of GAAP, NAIC statutory
accounting practices and procedures, IFRS and Solvency II regulation through
attendance at NAIC meetings, review of literature and continuing education.
directed by AVP, prepare and maintain report that shows carrier insolvency
occurrences, balances involved and collection of return premiums. Submit report
to AVP on a quarterly basis. Report on “net cost” of carrier insolvencies for a
PLUS Company Management System Administrative Reports
– As directed by AVP, review of daily/weekly/monthly reports produced
off the PLUS Company Master ACCESS software to ensure balances stay within
IPFS’ risk appetite while watching for fraud and data quality issues.
Receive assignments for special projects from
AVP, schedule completion and complete projects on time and within budget.
property and casualty insurance accounting/reporting including GAAP and
Bachelor’s Degree (Accounting or
Finance emphasis preferred) is required
Certified Financial Examiner (CFE)
or CPA preferred but not required.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office
Suite of products
Knowledge of NAIC financial
analysis tools such as Risk-based Capital (RBC) and Insurance Regulatory
Information System (IRIS).
Excellent written and verbal
Strong time management skills with
the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
Self-motivated, proactive, and
capable of working in a fast-paced environment.