Barden is proud to have partnered with a top-tier global insurance company to identify an Assistant Vice President to join their team in the Cayman Islands. The AVP is responsible for overseeing a portfolio of captive insurance accounts.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The AVP will be a key relationship lead on captive insurance accounts and will have strong relationships with clients, representatives and regulatory agencies.
Specific duties include:
- Primary responsibility for the captive accounting function and conducting the final review of financial statements prepared by the team
- Act as relationship manager and liaison between client and captive service team
- Drive business development strategies, manage prospective opportunities and monitor competitor strategies
- Analyze and approve complex financial transactions
- Prepare board meeting materials and deliver impactful presentations of financial and other relevant information to key stakeholders
- Responsible for distributing work allocations and coordinating the workload of the team
- Drive operational excellence within the team and recommend improvements where needed
- Develop policies and procedures
- As a senior leader, oversee the financial audit process
- Responsible for upholding compliance and regulatory obligations ensuring applications and filings are submitted on time
- Manage and build relationships with regulatory agencies and clients
- Deliver a high level of client service
ABOUT THE PERSON
- Candidates must possess a professional accounting qualification (CA, CPA or ACCA or equivalent).
- Previous audit experience with a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in the captive insurance industry.
- The AVP will create policies and procedures and lead projects as assigned.
- Proven experience leading business development initiatives is essential.
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