Financial risk management is vital to our success as a business. So, as you’d expect this is one of our core disciplines. Our actuaries solve key business problems in a complex and dynamic environment.
Our graduate programme has been designed to help you to pursue either an actuarial or risk management career. However, you’ll also have the opportunity to move between both, to see where your ultimate interests lie.
We’ll help you to work towards your professional exams too. We offer generous study leave, in-house tutoring and mentoring. This might be why our pass rate for trainees has been consistently higher than the national average. You’ll need an analytical mind, logical decision‑making abilities, strong problem solving capabilities and excellent communication skills. Plus, you’ll enjoy working as part of a dynamic team.
- Duration: Dependent on exam passes
- Structure: Rotational placements
- Development: A series of professional exams to become a fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries or acquire a professional risk qualification
- Entry requirements: First or 2:1 degree, or a post-graduate qualification, in an analytically based subject. A minimum grade A in Mathematics at Higher, A level, Irish Leaving Certificate or equivalent. You’ll also need a minimum grade B in English at GCSE, Standard Grade or equivalent.