Performs analysis of financial issues and trends that impact the property casualty industry. Designs, manages and is responsible for production of original papers that provide data driven information on the economy and the financial services industry, including how the property casualty insurance contributes to and impacts the U.S. and international economies.
Background in financial analysis including micro and macro-economic and familiarity with the impact of financial markets on the U.S. economy.
A degree in finance, economics, or other related discipline and a minimum of 8 years of experience in analyzing financial and economic trends, preferably focused on the property casualty industry.
Ability to think strategically, critically evaluate and clearly synthesize information.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and data analytic software.
Proficient in the use of S&P Global Market Intelligence data to evaluate industry trends.
About American Property Casualty Insurance Association
We are the property casualty industry’s most effective and diverse trade association. We represent nearly 60 percent of the U.S. property casualty insurance market.
APCIA's purpose is to advocate our members’ public policy positions in all 50 states and on Capitol Hill, and to keep our members current on the information that is critical to their businesses.