Insurance Risk and Advisory Analyst - New York , New York, United States, 10261

FIRM is a leading risk management and insurance advisory firm dedicated to the private equity and alternative investment community. Clients include over 90 private equity, hedge funds, distressed investors and hundreds of underlying portfolio company assets globally.

The Position:

The candidate would be supporting the professionals within the following fields, and would have direct working relationships with all professionals in the firm:

Transaction Services, M&A and Special Project Engagements:

• Help support the launch of new diligence campaigns by coordinating the collection of risk management data from data sites and assessing the integrity of the risk finance programs in place;

• Support senior personnel in working closely with other members of our client's finance, legal and human resource working party to be certain that all data is received and to work with the target or their investment advisor on missing elements or other clarification as needed;

• Analyze historical insurance policies for coverage deficiencies, adequacy of limits, insurer solvency and provide general comments on any elements that may impact the value of the deal or the cost of risk post-close;

Annual Stewardship Engagements:

• Support senior personnel to identify and analyze potential impact of exposures created by the basic operations of the client as well as those created through relationships with service providers, vendors, customers and other business partners;

• Support senior personnel to strategically develop and manage relationships with brokers, insurance underwriters, adjusters, TPAs, legal counsel and other advisors as needed;

• Help review all contracts, leases, vendor and license agreements in order to determine compliance with the requirements of established risk management guidelines, insurance provisions and banking / lending agreements;

Requirements:

• BS or BA from an accredited university/college; degree in Business, Risk Management/Insurance, Finance, Economics or Accounting preferred;

• GPA of 3.0 or higher; • Must be detail-oriented, organized, tech-savvy and enjoy operating in a fast-paced, project-focused environment; • Must possess strong analytical and critical thinking skills, be highly organized, detail-oriented, and must be able to communicate effectively (both written and verbal)