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Combined Insurance Company of America

VP Finance - Chubb Tempest Re USA (334823)


Accounting Budget and Finance



Stamford, Connecticut, United States

Job Description – VP, Finance - Chubb Tempest Re USA LLC - Stamford, CT


  • Report to the reporting Segment CFO
  • Lead a team of 3-4 accountants
  • Part of a financial reporting center servicing several reporting regions in North America, Europe and Asia.
  • Financial Reporting and Budgeting/ Forecasting

Financial reporting

  • Monthly/quarterly financial reporting of consolidated reporting segment results to head office.
  • Analytical review of regional financial results and financial reporting to local Presidents.
  • Assist local finance teams with the preparation of regulatory reporting.
  • Maintain and strengthen internal controls over ledger
  • Liaise with external and internal audit team.

  • Annual and strategic regional planning as well as consolidation for the reporting segment.
  • Monthly Forecasting for each region as well as consolidation for the reporting segment.


  • Work on Management initiative to reduce manual processes, automate recurring deliverables/Adjustments and standardize processes across regions as needed

The successful candidate will meet the following requirements

  • 8+ years of professional experience with at least 3 years of relevant experience within the P&C Insurance/Reinsurance industry (Reinsurance experienced preferred).
  • CA, CPA, ACCA, or other equivalent designation required (Public accounting experience preferred)
  • Proven track record of management reporting, budgeting and forecasting within large multinational organizations. Working experience with People Soft ledger and TM1 would be a definite advantage.
  • Self-motivated with excellent communication skills, able to work under tight deadlines.
  • Able to work as part of a team and able to supervise and mentor staff
  • Willing to learn about other areas of the finance organization over time