A Financial Reporting Analyst working in the Regulatory Reporting Department extracting and analyzing workers' compensation insurance data. I have an in-depth knowledge in financial and data analysis with experience in making pivot tables, VLOOKUP's and analytical formulas on Microsoft Excel to concisely present data to regulators. I have also worked on R-Statistical Software at a beginner-intermediate level. My career objective is to become an Actuarial Analyst.
Microsoft Power Point
SAS- beginner's level
VEE Credits: Corporate Finance & Economics
Exams: Exam 1 (P), Exam 2 (FM), Exam 3F (MFE)
11/2014 to Current
Regulatory Reporting AnalystAmerican International Group AIG － Berkeley Heights, New Jersey
Extract, aggregate and analyze Workers' Compensation premium and losses and other financial data submitted to the National Council of Compensation Insurance (NCCI), comptrollers and other regulatory reporting groups
Research large developments and/or drops in class premium and net premiums on policies and payments, recoveries and subrogation on claims.
Develop custom spreadsheets to track changes in direct premium and losses in various state reports
Respond in writing to regulatory inquiries, explain data variances to regulators and the timely submissions of data calls
Prepare ad hoc analysis reports and support/assist internal and external audit reviews
05/2013 to 05/2014
Scholarship Student Assistant/ ReceptionistDrake Office of Financial Planning － Des Moines, Iowa
Process scholarships for current Drake students using MyDUSIS (data processing system).
Pull files to update students financial aid packages.
Compose letters to return checks to donors if there were any errors and contact donors with queries regarding checks.
screen and direct inbound phone calls.
duties such as meeting scheduling and appointment set up
Bachelor of Science: Actuarial Science/ Insurance ConcentrationDrake University － Des Moines, Iowa, United States of America USA