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Job Purpose:
Actuary required to join an expanding international life company, in a permanent capacity on the Isle of Man. You will be responsible for leading the maintenance of the key elements of the Enterprise Risk Management Framework, supporting the Head of Risk & Compliance.

Key Responsibilities:
Motivate, manage, and lead other members of the Risk Function in the achievement of their business and individual objectives.
Be responsible for maintaining core elements of the ERM framework, including:
- The setting and reporting of overarching risk appetite limits, aligned to the risk strategy and risk preferences of  the business
- Analysis of risk capital exposures, and a wide range of other risk-related information and KRIs, through the development and timely production of a holistic risk dashboard
- Helping to ensure that the business planning process incorporates appropriate consideration of risk appetite limits and capital requirements and is aligned with the ORSA and Risk Strategy.
Be responsible for the overarching ORSA process and report production, liaising with other Group companies where appropriate, including ownership of the Stress & Scenario Testing framework (including Reverse Stress Testing).
In coordination with other Oversight Functions, contribute to oversight of key business decisions (considering the broad range of relevant risks, including financial risks.) For example, this might include oversight of acquisitions, change programmes, product developments, pricing, reinsurance, the budget process and capital management initiatives.
Support the Head of Risk & Compliance in ensuring the success of the wider Risk Function, engaging with the full range of stakeholders (Including the Risk functions), where appropriate, contributing to risk identification, measurement, management (including assurance) and monitoring of risks and providing advice to the business on financial and insurance risk matters.

Skills & Experience:
Qualified Actuary or Risk Management professional with experience in the life insurance industry.
Comprehensive knowledge of integrated risk and capital management as part of a wider enterprise risk management framework and Solvency II requirements.
Experience in applying technical expertise to analyse risk and capital information and convert this into management information that is both timely and helpful.
Experience of embedding and maintaining an ERM framework.
Experience of second line of defence risk oversight activities.
Ability to manage and motivate direct reports with varying levels of experience.
Strong communication skills, demonstrating a clear and articulate standard of written and verbal communication in a complex environment, tailored for all levels of management.
Strong influencing skills, with experience of engaging with senior management in order to get desired outcome.
Good interpersonal/networking skills, with the ability to maintain a variety of relationships with multiple stakeholders.
Proven track record at delivering reporting requirements under tight time pressure.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
An onboarding and compliance administrator is required to join the team of a growing Trust & Corporate Service Provider. The role requires a working knowledge of AML/ CFT regulations gained form working within the New Business team of a Trust and Corporate Service provider. Some general Trust & Company Administration work will also be required.

Key Responsibilities:
New business onboarding and compliance matters.
Trust & Company Administration work with, and in support of, a team.
Assisting Directors of the company, as required, including work with eGaming clients.

Skills & Experience:
Around 2 years experience within AML/ CFT work within Trust and Corporate Services, ideally within the New Business team of Fiduciary Service Provider.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, used to liaising with clients.
Comfortable working in a small team environment, supporting colleagues and Directors as required and undertaking varied role responsibilities.
Strong organisational skills with a positive and enthusiastic approach.
Previous experience within Trust & Corporate Services would be advantageous.

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm, salary in line with experience.

Job Purpose:
Junior Lawyer required to join an expanding online e-gaming company as part of their Legal Team based in the Isle of Man. Reporting in to the Head of Legal to provide support for a broad range of corporate and commercial matters.

Key Responsibilities:
To provide legal advice to all Group departments on commercial and corporate issues.
Work closely with the Head of Legal to draft, review and negotiate commercial and corporate contracts and documents.
Review and Update in-house commercial and corporate precedents documents where required.
Support through to completion all stages of commercial agreements.
Work closely with other business units to provide legal advice and guidance.
Assist the Head of Legal with matters relating to compliance with legal and regulatory requirements of the Group, adhering to AML/CFT, Data Protection legislation and Regulatory requirements.
To work closely with marketing and risk teams to provide legal direction and advice, appropriately balancing risk and reward of projects.
Review and improve processes on ongoing basis.

Skills and Experience:
Qualified English Solicitor or Manx Advocate with around 1 year post qualified experience.
A background in e-gaming is beneficial.
Flexible approach to work.
Excellent drafting and organisational skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and benefits.

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