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  • Number of Employees: 40
  • Number of Trainee Actuaries: 25
  • Number of Qualified Actuaries: 10
  • Location: London, Edinburgh and Dublin
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What does APR do?

APR is a leading provider of actuarial solutions to the insurance and financial sectors. These solutions take the form of: short-term secondments with clients, providing resource and support on a full range of actuarial projects; consulting solutions, using our expertise to address a variety of client needs in areas like data analytics; and technical training services.

Our graduate and analyst programmes

Key to APR’s success and growth has been the recruitment and development of some of the leading new actuarial talent available, at graduate and more recently school-leaver level. Each year we take on a small group of bright, technically-minded people, support them through our renowned intensive training programme and provide them with a broad range of stimulating and challenging client projects. In summary a career at APR will give you the opportunity to:

  • Experience unrivalled variety in your work through exposure to a wide range of actuarial, modelling and data analysis projects.
  • Make a difference on stimulating assignments within weeks of starting, and be financially rewarded for doing so.
  • Receive some of the best training any actuarial employer offers, with extensive exposure to the skills our clients need – Excel / VBA, coding, data analysis and actuarial software – along with full study support.
  • Become part of a small but exceptionally talented group of employees, working closely with the partners of the business and holding a significantly higher pass rate in the actuarial exams than the national average.

Is APR for you?

The key qualities we look for in individuals are intelligence, confidence and excellent communication. As most of our work is in the form of on-site support at clients’ offices you must be prepared to work for significant periods away from your London, Edinburgh or Dublin base. Projects can be based throughout the UK and typically run from 2-12 months. Alongside the starting salary we provide generous pay increases in the second and third years of the programme and participation in our bonus and profit share schemes, which can increase earnings considerably.

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