Portfolio Services Officer
Reporting to the Chief Underwriting Officer, the Young Professional Portfolio Services Officer, will be under direct supervision of the Senior Portfolio Services Officer during the 12 months of training. He/ She will manage client relationships and contractual agreements.
The Young Professional will perform in particular the following functions and duties:
Policy Execution and Management
Prepare and execute policy documents, including reinsurance documents;
Team up on the harder-to-close policies and provide input and explanations to parties (e.g. underwriters, prospect, bank, broker, reinsurance broker, etc) on the specific wording and calculation rules to be used in the NBI’s and Insurance Offer Letters;
Issue Certificates of Effectiveness;
Prepare Risk Country approvals;
Manage the policy annuities;
Turnover declarations follow up;
Manage the day to day issues arising from policies;
Provide product training and customer service to existing clients.
Reinsurance Management and Reporting
Prepare and execute reinsurance contracts and endorsements;
Manage the annual renewal process of the Treaty reinsurance programs;
Prepare underwriting memos for the treaty renewals;
Track and manage reinsurance exposures and ATI’s net capacity;
Prepare quarterly reinsurance reports for the treaty participants;
Prepare for Finance Team the reinsurance breakdown reports for each invoice and credit note;
Work with the reinsurance broker on reinsurance administration.
Operational Income Management
Prepare and send out Invoices;
Follow-up for premium and other obligations;
Prepare Overdue and Termination Notices;
Report on premium follow-up issues;
Monitor and create follow-up reports for overdue and upcoming premium;
Follow up with brokers and reinsurers for their invoices / preparation of payment advices;
Report/advise on premium receipt allocations (e.g. broker commission and reinsurance payable);
Review and clear broker and reinsurance invoices.
Reporting and Data Management
Keep records/track of due dates, payment dates, client issues, and other policy related obligations;
Manage the Policy Database and generate reports as needed;
Preparation of data and reports for team and management use;
The team participates in the development, management, testing and feedback of the underwriting system.
Timely preparations of any training material including presentations as instructed by the Chief Underwriting Officer or any other Senior Officer in Portfolio Services.
Qualifications & Skills
Be a citizen of a member country of ATI;
Be 35 years of age or younger by December 2021;
A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
A Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
CII or CPA/ACCA (an added advantage);
At least three (3) years relevant experience;
Knowledge of insurance and re-insurance;
Proficiency in MS Office suite of packages;
Good oral communication skills and interpersonal skills;
Judgement and decision making skills;
Ability to work beyond normal working hours when the job so demands.
The successful candidates must have suitable qualifications, experience and attributes as indicated under the job descriptions. All the roles require excellent communications skills in written and spoken English. Knowledge of French and an ability to work in a multi-cultural environment, will be an added advantage.
MODE OF APPLICATION
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Personal History Form
CV, plus details of your current remuneration package along with details of three referees
The closing date for application is 27th November 2021 at Midnight Nairobi time. ATI will only contact those applicants who are being actively considered for an interview.
ATI offers a competitive salary and benefits package and a collegial working environment commensurate with other multilaterals. ATI reserves the right to not make an appointment to the above vacancies, or to make an appointment at a slightly higher or lower grade, or to make an appointment with a modified job description.
About African Trade Insurance
ATI provides political risk and trade credit risk insurance products with the objective of reducing the business risk and cost of doing business in Africa. Our main goal is to help increase investments into our African member countries and two-way trade flows between Africa and the world. We facilitate exports, foreign direct investment into and trade flows within the continent. ATI was launched in 2001 with the financial and technical support of the World Bank and the backing of seven African countries. The African Development Bank recently joined as shareholder and partner by funding countries to join ATI. Since 2003, we have supported over $25 billion worth of trade and investments across the continent, secured an investment grade rating of 'A' from Standard & Poor's, and expanded membership with plans to attract even more African member countries and international financial institutions in the near term.