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Our Northeastern client seeks an ASA or FSA with vast experience with all aspects of Defined Benefits plans including funding requirements and FAS 87 accounting. Excellent financial knowledge along with a high degree of self-motivation is desired. This high calibrated professional will assist in training & developing of staff and will interact with clients on a daily basis. (#50279)
Top financial and actuarial services company seeks an Actuarial Associate & Texas native to provide employee retirement benefits to clients. You will support the consulting actuary and other members of the benefits team team. Part of your role will involve managing client relationships. Prepare valuation and compliance materials and assist in building presentation materials for clients. Solid benefits experience and 1+ exams is desired along with strong technical skills like IRS valuations. (#12023)
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