🚀 Internship

Aon Summer Internship Programme - Actuarial Consulting - Pensions (LONDON ONLY) 2023

Aon

Oct 22

🚀 Summer

London

Apply by Jan 9

Description

As an actuarial intern, you’ll find that no two days are the same. You’ll have the opportunity to work on a range of client teams with colleagues who provide advice and support to either the trustees managing the pension scheme, or the company that provides it.

Our aim is to help you learn about the potential career path ahead of you, while being given real responsibility on client projects. We'll work through classroom-based and on-the-job training to develop your technical and consulting skills — including your understanding of key calculations, communication techniques, project management and networking.

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Area of Responsibilities

Consulting

Responsibilities

Actuarial and Analytical Tasks, such as:Regular assessment of the financial position of pension schemesIdentifying and implementing ways for trustees and companies to reduce the risks in relation to their schemes, including longevity risks, investment risks and inflation riskCarrying out calculations relating to the pension scheme for the company's financial accountsCarrying out calculations with respect to individual pension scheme members' benefitsEstimating pension protection fund leviesClient Focused Tasks, such as:Day-to-day management of the pension scheme and internal projectsBuilding and maintaining relationships with clients and other stakeholders of the schemeAttending and presenting at client meetingsYou’ll be given opportunities to work on a range of projects, gaining early exposure to clients to support your development. You’ll also have the chance to be involved in one of our specialist teams, focusing in areas such as:Risk Settlement, advising clients on the best way to reduce risk through transferring it to a third party.Member Options, helping clients reduce risk and/or cost by offering pension scheme members the choice to reshape their benefits to better suit their individual circumstances.Analysis of mortality and other demographic factors using Aon's Demographic Horizons
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Requirements

You will need to be on track to achieve a 2:1 degree (or equivalent) in a numerate / semi-numerate subject areaYou will need to have achieved an A-grade or above in Maths A-level or equivalentMotivation and ambition to pursue an actuarial career – be able to articulate why you want to be an actuaryPassion and inquisitiveness – we are looking for candidates who understand what we do and are eager to learn moreCommercial awareness – this helps us to provide support and advice to our clients with clarity and confidence
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