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  • Posted: Feb 17, 2022
    Deadline: Not specified
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  • All right, all right - let’s cut to the formalities. Here's the deal. At Hollard, we get up in the morning to ensure people sleep better at night. Our job is to look after the stuff our customers love. In fact, 5 million people already trust us with their stuff. That's pretty big deal to us. http://www.hollard.co.za Impressum The Holla...
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    Legal and Compliance Manager

    Role Responsibilities

    Compliance Support:

    • Responsible for the compliance program development, annual compliance strategy planning and compliance audit planning
    • Undertake regulatory risk identification, assessments, risk management planning and monitoring activities
    • Screen the regulatory environment for changes and developments that impact Hollard Investments
    • Evaluate new regulatory requirements, advise business on practical impacts and implications, and guide the implementation of appropriate projects, processes, and controls to ensure compliance with new requirements and assist with training
    • Represent the Investments business on new compliance projects and initiatives to be implemented and where new or amended legislation requires it.
    • Guiding remedial action plans and risk mitigation strategies in line with businesses’ objectives
    • Co-ordinate and manage all regulatory reporting, regulatory reviews, onsite inspections, and visits
    • Assist business in providing guidance in complaints resolutions
    • Ensure regular compliance reporting to all stakeholders including, Hollard Group Head of Compliance, Business Unit EXCO and Hollard Group Audit and Risk Committee
    • Be the HI champion for implementation and roll-out of the Hollard Enterprise Risk Management framework, within the HI division.
    • Sit on one or more of the following trustee boards (replacing HI staff where appropriate):
    • Hollard Life Retirement Annuity Fund
    • Regent Life Retirement Annuity Fund
    • Sit on one or more of the following ASISA forums (replacing HI staff where appropriate):
    • ASISA Regulation 28 working group
    • ASISA Retirement Fund Reform Steering Committee
    • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing compliance related publications, and self-study 

    Legal Support:

    • Provide advice and opinions on legal issues and risks and refer complex or urgent matters for external advice where appropriate (either within the Hollard group or using external legal advisors) 
    • Assess legal risks associated with contractual arrangements and advise the BU as to risks, thereof.
    • Advising on the management of legal risks involved in implementing the Hollard Investments business plans.
    • Manage the contracting process of appointed service providers 
    • Draft and solidify agreements, contracts, and other legal documents to ensure the company’s full legal rights
    • Ongoing review of all agreements in operation to ensure they comply with all regulatory requirements and that the terms of the agreements are being met
    • Ongoing review of legislation and impact assessment that each regulatory change has on the business unit 
    • Ownership of all internal policies  - creation and maintenance of all policies and ensure they align to any group policies (where applicable) 

    Required Knowledge and Experience    

    • Minimum 5 years’ experience in the financial services industry in a risk and compliance management role
    • Familiarity with the FAIS, CISCA, Insurance Act and/or LTI is a must
    • Legal and compliance experience in the Investment Industry essential
    • FSCA Compliance Officer - Registered Member of the Compliance Institute preferable
    • Expert knowledge of Life Insurance, CISCA, related regulations and industry guidelines, FAIS, FICA, FATCA, POPIA, TCF and new applicable industry legislation, Companies Act and King IV requirements
    • Demonstrable experience in leading a diversified and technically competent compliance team
    • Good knowledge of financial products, funds and financial markets
    • Strong understanding / knowledge of the various distribution channels, financial advisors across these channels
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • Good time management / project management

    Educational Requirements    

    • A relevant Tertiary Degree - LLB degree and/or relevant post graduate diploma would be an advantage
    • Regulatory exams Essential

    Deadline; 21st February 2022

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    Risk Analyst

    Job Advert Summary    
    The risk management team is responsible for the overall risk rating for Employee Benefit Risk scheme. Both new and renewable business across South Africa.

    HGR operates in a highly competitive market and the overall purpose of the Risk Analyst is to ensure business growth and client retention while ensuring profit expectations are achieved. This requires continued engagement with relevant stakeholders and a good understanding of the market space we operate within.

    KEY OUTPUTS:

    • Management of existing risk book through re-rating of existing schemes
    • Vulnerable schemes management (existing business)
    • Pricing and benefit design of large/complex new business opportunities (special partners)
    • Negotiation with clients, reinsurers, brokers, sales team on all aspects linked to Hollard Group Risk Business
    • Liaise with quotes team to ensure delivery of quotations
    • Attend meetings with various stakeholders as required
    • Assist with the audit of agreements and treaties, systems, and processes
    • Ensure effective communication between all stakeholders with a view to building and maintaining good stakeholder relationships
    • Ensure accurate and timeous provision of information
    • Staff and internal stakeholder training and development
    • Implementation of strategic projects and business acquisitions
    • Tracking outcomes of strategic initiatives and refining process (actuarial control cycle)
    • Resolve escalated technical queries and complaints
    • Quality control of output
    • Responsible for ongoing technical development and ongoing maintenance of the quotation system in line with HGR IT strategy including reinsurance treaty changes.
    • CUSTOMERS:
    • Team HGR – Admin, Sales, Strategic Partners
    • Policyholders, Clients, brokers, TPA’s/UMA’s
    • Reinsurers

    PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:

    • Results orientated with the ability to work under pressure.
    • Ability to engage and build relationships with stakeholders.
    • Ability to prioritize and make decisions.
    • Attention to accuracy and detail.
    • Assertive
    • Integrity

    Required Knowledge and Experience    

    • At least 5 years Group Risk experience in a senior technical role
    • Strong understanding of the group risk industry
    • Strong Technical acumen
    • Strong Customer Relationship Management skills
    • Knowledge of group risk products
    • Broad knowledge of legal framework
    • Strong Analytical skills
    • Strong Leadership skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • PC Skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
    • Excellent communication (written and verbal)
    • Educational Requirements    
    • Preferable Tertiary qualification Bcom (mathematical, statistical, or actuarial)

    Deadline; 23rd February 2022

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    Sourcing Support Specialist

    Job Advert Summary    

    The Sourcing Support Specialist will be responsible for the administration and supporting the implementation of category strategies and plans for the cluster of commodities they are responsible for across the Hollard Group supporting the Sourcing Specialist, to meet group and business objectives. 

    The role exists to:

    • Support to assemble cross-functional teams to deal with specific strategic sourcing projects
    • Ensuring the BU and Group’s short- and medium-term goals and objectives are attained
    • While seeking to balance that with always pursuing the best cost option for all deals concluded
    • Establishing the link between BU’s / OSU’s and any external parties e.g. vendors or providers
    • Alignment with Group strategic initiatives such as Preferential Procurement, Compliance and Regulatory objectives
    • Enabling BU’s and OSU’s to operationalize category plans and strategies through socializing category policies, procedures and supporting the sourcing and negotiation processes  

    Role Responsibilities:

    The key responsibilities of the role are to work with and support the Sourcing Specialist to ensure Strategic Sourcing, Compliance, Risk and Governance is enabled for the purposes of achieving organisational aims including driving Transformation, operational efficiencies and realising best value for money: 

    • Support development and maintaining of Category Demand Plans that will meet purchasing customer service goals, corporate profit goals and return on equity goals
    • Support to develop and implementation of Category Strategies 
    • Support to implement all Procurement Procedure and Policies to fulfil the Procurement mandate
    • Support the implementation and maintenance of procurement Compliance, Risk and Governance Frameworks. This includes the issuing, analyzing and remediation of all identified supplier risks
    • Support the reviewing, maintenance and facilitating of supplier contracts with legal (both internal and external) to remediate with the latest Terms & Conditions, promoting Hollard templates
    • Track and manage savings benefits
    • Review, maintain and facilitate all outcomes from various NCP reports (including Spend analysis, Risk & Compliance, Transformation, Ad-hoc etc.)
    • Facilitate all resolutions passed by the Bid Committee, Procurement/Transformation and any forums in aid of successful and operational delivery and/or audit
    • Update and/or report-on any associated Risks to mitigate Hollard’s exposure on procurement and related matters

    Reporting:

    • Monthly reporting, reviewing, maintenance and facilitating with internal and external stakeholders 
    • Continuous improvement on development and implementation of procurement reporting, dashboards and analytics
    • Support system enhancements for all procurement activities
    • May be required to perform other duties as instructed from time-to-time by Management
    • Promoting and utilization of Procurement Systems
    • Promoting and maintaining Stakeholder relationships (Internal (BU’s/OSU’s) and External)
    • Collaboration with inter departmental colleagues and Finance Shared Services

    Administrative responsibilities:

    • Facilitation of supplier queries and complaints
    • Ensuring all calls logged and tasks are reviewed and remedied
    • Assist Team members with tasks when required to the benefit of the department and company

    Required Knowledge and Experience    

    • 4 to 6 years’ experience in Procurement 
    • Strong skills with MS Office applications: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Project Management
    • Must be self-motivated with enthusiasm and strong drive for results
    • Strong team and collaborative leadership
    • Experienced professional who can withstand the pressure of non-biased decision making
    • Highest standards of ethical practice and integrity
    • Ability to develop and implement a well-thought-out sourcing strategy
    • Excellent Project Management and cross-functional team leadership skills
    • Experience in Strategic Sourcing Analysis and implementation
    • Experience in creation, negotiation, and administration of contracts
    • Strong analytical, research and negotiation skills
    • Strong communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively at any level
    • Ability to drive aggressive implementation plans and schedules
    • Must be able to problem solve and handle multiple tasks effectively

    Educational Requirements    

    • Matric is compulsory
    • Degree or Diploma in Supply Chain Management, Procurement etc is compulsory
    • Post-graduate studies in Procurement, Legal or related subjects will be an added advantage

    Deadline; 22nd February 2022

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    Underwriting Manager

     Role Objectives

    • To underwrite and price motor fleet risks, within developed and agreed guidelines and reinsurance limits, terms and conditions;
    • Develop and maintain effective business relationships with intermediaries and clients in order to attract develop and retain profitable business.
    • Perform various analytical tasks to fully review and assess motor fleet risks to ensure their company provides the right amount of cover or assistance.

    Key Responsibilities

    • Understand and comply with any reinsurance requirements to minimize risk and to deliver business plan objectives
    • Establish, strengthen, and develop relationships with customers, brokers, business partners and colleagues to maximize influence and achieve business objectives
    • Demonstrate an understanding and awareness of market dynamics and market cycle to enhance business performance
    • Understand the internal underwriting processes and basic factors that affect the performance of an underwriting portfolio and how to monitor risk exposure
    • Maintain expertise and team knowledge through identifying appropriate learning and development activities
    • Participate in the review and analysis of the portfolio to identify progress toward business objectives
    • Collect, review and analyse a client’ relevant claims history and risk profile
    • Obtain additional information about the client to determine cover needs
    • Determine the level of cover
    • Offer recommendations on whether to accept or decline the risks
    • Determine premium, limits, aggregate excesses, and deductibles
    • Underwrite insurance risks in accordance with the business plan and the delegated underwriting authority/ mandate to meet business objectives
    • Negotiating rates terms and conditions for existing and new business
    • Issue policies and endorsement

    Required Knowledge and Experience    

    • At least 3 - 5 General Insurance experience
    • Underwriting Motor Fleet business, exposure to Aggregate Excesses structures and Burner premium calculations would be advantageous.
    • Motor Fleet specific underwriting and reinsurance knowledge
    • Detailed understanding of the methods of rating as applied to motor fleet and/or non-motor business including the principal of claims triangulations
    • Knowledge of POPIA requirements, specifically in respect of data security and management of customer information
    • Intermediate/ advance level to use standard MS office products being Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
    • Qualitative and quantitative analysis skills
    • Communication skills, including speaking and writing
    • Customer service skills
    • In-depth understanding of motor fleets
    • Advanced knowledge of regulations and best practices of insurance industry

    Educational Requirements    

    • Fais & RE Compliant
    • Bachelor’s degree in business, statistics, mathematics, economics, finance or LIISA, AIISA or FIISA qualification would be an advantage.

    Deadline; 22nd February 2022

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