The Senior Treasury Analyst acts as the primary day-to-day cash manager under the supervision of the Treasury Manager and operates within a framework of established policies and procedures. Responsibilities include execution of daily cash movements, monitoring balances and reporting, bank account management and statutory deposit review and management. Participation in new business initiatives that impact Treasury Operations is also required. Interfacing with various departments such as Accounting, Accounts Payable, Payroll, Legal, Policy Servicing and IT will be required as part of normal operations and new initiatives. Responsibilities also include optimization of company bank account structure and account services, management of liquidity needs, and overall controls and visibility. Position requires close coordination with internal contacts, banks, tax jurisdictions, and Arch Investment Management (AIM) as well as Corporate Treasury. The Senior Treasury Analyst should be able to operate independently for daily responsibilities and coordinate across the group to meet all necessary deadlines with impeccable quality.
The Construction and National Accounts Finance team is seeking a candidate for a Senior Accountant position. This position offers an excellent opportunity to learn the operational and financial processes associated with the loss sensitive book of business. Our goal is to provide accurate information to our internal and external partners on a timely basis. To achieve this objective, the candidate must be detailed oriented and be able to meet deadlines. You will learn Large Account ARMS entry and reporting functions. There will also be daily internal interactions with Underwriting, Operations in St. Paul and Alpharetta, Financial Reporting and Treasury and external interactions with insureds, brokers and third party claims administrators.
The AVP, Statutory Accounting will have a broad range of responsibilities in our finance group reporting the Vice President of Taxation & Financial Compliance. This will include but not be limited, overseeing the preparation of NAIC annual statements, MDA, supplemental filings and statutory audited financial statements.
The Accountant supporting Alternative Markets line of business will work with the Alternative Markets Underwriting team, IT personnel, TPA’s, (where applicable) and Reinsurers on a day to day basis as far as data requested and verification of the data presented by the Underwriting team. The Accountant is responsible for the recording of the Underwriting Results by individual account (Gross and Ceded) and the analysis thereof for profitability. The position also calls for the reconciliation of the General Ledger for all Balance Sheet accounts that pertain to the division. In addition, the Accountant’s position involves the preparation of the ancillary schedules for Annual Statement purposes. They are also involved in the preparation of the Reinsurance Statement for submission to the Reinsurers and the application of cash thereof. The position is also responsible for the calculation of the Funding Requirements at year-end and submission to the Unauthorized Quota Share Reinsurers for collateral purposes.