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Armonk, NY, US

Interns@swissre -Intern Reinsurance Business Origination and Analysis - North American L&H and P&C


Interns@swissre -Intern Reinsurance Business Origination and Analysis - North American L&H and P&C 

About Swiss Re

The Swiss Re Group is one of the world’s leading providers of reinsurance, insurance and other forms of insurance-based risk transfer, working to make the world more resilient. It anticipates and manages risk – from natural catastrophes to climate change, from ageing populations to cybercrime. The aim of the Swiss Re Group is to enable society to thrive and progress, creating new opportunities and solutions for its clients. Headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, where it was founded in 1863, the Swiss Re Group operates through a network of around 80 offices globally. It is organised into three Business Units, each with a distinct strategy and set of objectives contributing to the Group’s overall mission.


Program Details

Every year, Swiss Re offers internships to a number of bright and highly motivated students, enabling them to benefit from the company's global perspective and to discover the world. A Swiss Re internship can be much more than a temporary job - it can be your first step to a rewarding career. The program is expected to last 12 weeks, offers competitive salaries, and is offered in different Swiss Re locations.


About the role

This is a challenging opportunity to join a team originating reinsurance business leads by performing financial analysis, critically assessing industry trends and events, and preparing client presentations.


About the team

The Business Development team works closely with client management and underwriting to discover and originate new reinsurance business opportunities for both the Property & Casualty and Life & Health clients of Swiss Re enhancing their value proposition to investors and policyholders.


About you 

  • In Junior year of an undergrad degree program or first year Graduate students
  • Exceptional academic performance (GPA of 3.0 and above)
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to clearly articulate views
  • Must be self-motivated, hardworking, analytical, proactive and able to work in a collaborative environment
  • Independent thinking, natural curiosity, and creative problem-solving skills combined with an ability to sustain high level of work output and meet very tight deadlines
  • Must be able to work well with individuals at all levels within the organization
  • Advanced Excel & PowerPoint skills and good computer aptitude are necessary (pivot tables, formulas, vlookups), Powerpoint, Bloomberg
  • Majors: Risk Management and Insurance, Finance, Economics, Engineering are preferred. Liberal arts majors with demonstrated strong quantitative skills will be considered.   Double major of Finance and Risk Management and Insurance ideal – used to looking at financial data/statements with an insurance industry understanding

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