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Insurance Claims Director

Toronto, ON
Full Time
2 days ago
A career in Deals Valuation, will provide you with the opportunity to help organisations unlock greater value from existing assets and ongoing capital expenditures as well as new acquisitions, investments, and complex corporate arrangements. We focus on a series of services, such as acquisition and disposal valuation advice including deal pricing and negotiation support, strategic value consulting for improvement of corporate and capital management decisions, financial modelling and value analysis. In short, upon being a member of our team, you will support clients to make profound strategic decisions, better conduct business transactions and decisions, appropriately allocate capital investment, and satisfy regulatory requirements with professional skills and in-depth industry knowledge.

Meaningful work you'll be part of
As an Insurance Claims Director, you'll work as part of a team of problem solvers, helping to solve complex business issues from strategy to execution. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Consult with Clients, Clients' counsel and representatives of insurance companies
• Play a leading role in business development activities and developing and presenting educational seminars
• Provide hands-on leadership in client engagements and project delivery, and provide strategic guidance and oversight to the team including:
• Prepare detailed analysis of accounting records and other personal and corporate financial information
• Present analysis and research using Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, and the Internet
• Prepare/review and present loss quantification and/or loss review (critique) reports to lawyers (both plaintiff and defense counsel) and/or insurance adjusters/claims managers
• Manage and mentor Associates, Senior Associates and Managers on the team
• Role model use of emerging technology and automation tools

Experiences and skills you'll use to solve:
• Leadership experience in the quantification and review of economic losses due to personal injury and commercial claims (such as business interruption, stock or inventory loss) is required
• Several years of experience leading a team, including coaching and mentoring junior staff
• Proven ability and success in business development, and market presence is required
• Strong working knowledge of Forensic Accounting and solid understanding of accounting concepts
• Successful completion of a finance or accounting related Undergraduate Degree / College Diploma and completion of an Accounting designation
• Ability to manage engagement economics and risk
• Clear, articulate and confident written and verbal communication skills, including client reports, presentations, papers and articles
• Strong analytical and problem solving capabilities, strong research skills
• Experience with leading-edge technologies
• Willing to travel if necessary
• A demonstrated commitment to valuing differences and working alongside and/or coaching diverse people and perspectives

Why you'll love PwC
We're inspiring and empowering our people to change the world. Powered by the latest technology, you'll be a part of amazing teams helping public and private clients build trust and deliver sustained outcomes. This meaningful work, and our continuous development environment, will take your career to the next level. We reward your impact, and support your wellbeing, through a competitive compensation package, inclusive benefits and flexibility programs that will help you thrive in work and life. Learn more about us at .

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The most connected firm through activity based working
PwC Canada is committed to cultivating an inclusive, hybrid work environment - one that is collaborative, supportive and productive. We work in-person and virtually, as is best suited for our clients, teams and people. We want you to be intentional with your work, how you do it and where it's done. PwC offices are hubs of connectivity and learning. We strongly encourage our people to prioritise in-person work, whether it's in the office or at a client site. This means we expect you to be in-person (either with clients or in the office) at least half of your time. We know that hybrid work is all about balance, and capturing the benefits of in-person work is essential to your growth at the firm. Exact expectations for your team can be discussed with your interviewer.

What to consider before applying
• Travel requirement for this role is 5-15%.
At PwC Canada, our most valuable asset is our people and we grow stronger as we learn from one another. We're committed to creating an equitable and inclusive community of solvers where everyone feels that they truly belong. We understand that experience comes in many forms and building trust in society and solving important problems is only possible if we reflect the mosaic of the society we live in.
We're committed to providing accommodations throughout the application, interview, and employment process. If you require an accommodation to be at your best, please let us know during the application process.