- KPMG - Finance and Investment Industry
- $153,865.00 -153,865.00/year*
Financial Services - Insurance
354 W 31st St
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KPMG is currently seeking an Actuarial Director to join our Audit practice.
Participate in reviewing pension and post-retirement benefit plans' actuarial information to be used in financial statement disclosures
Review audit documentation prepared by the engagement team, plan documents, actuarial valuation reports, actuarially determined disclosures, documents supporting assumptions used and any other documents that may be pertinent to the reviews
Communicate regularly with the engagement team to include participation in audit planning meetings
Assess the qualifications of the consulting actuary, the reasonableness of the methods and assumptions used and the reasonableness of the disclosures
Involvement in the preparation of all applicable audit documentation with an expectation to sign-off as an expert in reaching the conclusions for each audit
A minimum of fifteen years of work experience in the actuarial field with a concentration in employee benefit plans, including acting as lead actuary and consultant for sponsors of large and complex retirement and other benefit plans in the US
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university with a strong academic background in actuarial science, applied statistics, financial analysis, insurance, and mathematics
Experience to include the performance of pension and OPEB valuations as well as the management and review of actuarial valuations performed by others
Working as a reviewing actuary within an audit firm is a plus, but is not required
Strong knowledge of US pension and benefit accounting rules under ASC 712, 715, 960, 965 and IAS 19 along with knowledge with GASB 45, 67, 68, SSAP 92, 102 preferred
Certification as a Fellow with the Society of Actuaries (FSA), or Certification as an Associate with the Society of Actuaries (ASA) plus certification as an Enrolled Actuary with the IRS (EA)
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* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
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