Graduate scheme top-up
When you can’t do everything in-house or haven’t found your full complement of graduates for the current campaign, we are here to complete your pipeline with top candidates.
Fenchurch Associates has the ability through in-house expertise from one of the largest Lloyds agents at running Graduate schemes and assessment centres. Through this experience we are able to offer a service to top-up on graduate schemes as and when required. Our knowledge of the market means we can fit seamlessly into internal processes and ensure the success of graduate schemes when in-house sourcing needs quick and efficient extra support.
Maybe you need just one great person – we can help.
We regularly work with the top Insurers and Reinsurers who do not regularly run graduate schemes. Using our knowledge of the graduate market we can quickly find top quality graduates to strengthen your talent pool.
Why become an Actuary
An influential role
The unique skills of actuaries are behind many high-level strategic decisions made by large companies and governments, and can have a positive impact on legislation, businesses and individuals.
Salaries and benefits packages are excellent from the beginning. In fact, it’s one of the highest paid professions.
Actuaries are problem solvers, in tune with what’s happening in business through their interpretation of statistical data and knowledge of social and economic systems.
Once you’re qualified, actuarial skills can take you anywhere in the world.
Actuaries combine good business sense with safeguarding the public’s financial interests, upholding the highest professional standards.
The Actuarial Qualifications
Certified Actuarial Analyst
The Certified Actuarial Analyst is a new qualification and membership category from the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), providing an internationally recognised professional qualification, proven technical and professional skills and a gateway to a career in financial services. You can find out more about the CAA by viewing the CAA web pages.
The aim of the actuarial education strategy is to equip the actuaries of the future with the skills they will need for their employers and clients. All exam subjects can be taken by well-established distance learning methods, but we also make use of university-based education. This provides flexibility in structuring courses, and means an increased choice of tuition provision for students both before and after they enter the profession.
Students can become Associate members of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and gain the right to describe themselves as an actuary and to use the letters AIA or AFA.
As an actuary and an Associate of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, members have a breadth of expertise that brings wide and varied opportunities.
Members of the profession who wish to continue their studies to an advanced level, or who specialise in a particular actuarial field, may take further specialist exams to qualify as a Fellow. Fellows use the letters FIA or FFA and are highly sought after as experts in their chosen field.
The Council may also recommend a person who is eminent or experienced in matters relative to the profession, for election as an Honorary Fellow.
Source: The Institute & Faculty of Actuaries – www.actuaries.org.uk