• Finance & Credit Manager

    Job Locations US-GA-Alpharetta
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    National Accounts Casualty
  • Overview

    Arch Insurance is a global insurer offering our clients superior coverage and service. We embody the Arch guiding principle of focusing on retaining experienced and talented employees to differentiate us from the rest of the pack. Our group operates from offices in the US, Canada, Bermuda, UK, Australia and South Africa, providing specialty risk solutions to clients worldwide across a wide range of industries. With over ten years of operating history and strong financial ratings, our track record remains solid. 



    The position posted is a Home Office financial role within the National Accounts Casualty division, located in the Metro Atlanta area. This is a strategic and analytical position developed to help manage the credit risk portfolio associated with the loss sensitive casualty book of business. It is responsible for the assessment and grading the complex financial nature of large accounts and determining the commensurate collateralization need. It also provides analytical support and guidance to different levels of management on complex situations relating to financial and credit risk management. 


    • Complete evaluations and reviews of existing and potential clients' financial condition and credit worthiness.
    • Establish and execute a watch list/trigger process. Conduct industry and market research and competitive landscape analysis.
    • Review and monitor economic, marketplace, accounting and collateral trends - especially as they relate to our target industries.
    • Provide portfolio management of the large accounts loss sensitive book of business credit exposure for secured and unsecured credit risk.
    • Act as a liaison with Treasury and Corporate Accounting and Finance as relates to collateral, credit, billing and accounting type of issues.
    • Assist underwriters in analyzing and understanding complex financial statements.
    • Follow-up with the underwriting teams to proactively solicit information for financial reviews.
    • Assist in the assessment, review and modification of collateral products and guidelines as appropriate for loss sensitive casualty programs.
    • Provide ad-hoc management and financial reports on the loss sensitive casualty programs.
    • Participate in calls and meetings with CFO's of prospective and current clients.
    • Analyze complex captive insurance program structures and related credit and collection risk.


    Education & Experience - 

    • Bachelors or higher degree in Finance/Accounting.
    • Prior experience in the Insurance/Risk Management field is a plus.
    • Prior experience with Bloomberg and Moody's Risk Analyst is a plus.
    • Prior experience in financial and credit risk assessment and evaluation is preferred. Financial Statement Analysis expertise.
    • At least three-five years of relevant experience.


    Key Competencies - 

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Ability to influence without authority.
    • Knowledge of capital markets and collateral products.


    Technical Skills -

    • Word, Excel


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