PWC: Quantitative Risk Graduate Programme 2023 (Johannesburg, Cape Town)

Quantitative Risk Graduate Programme 2023

Details


Quantitative Risk Graduate Programme 2023 (PWC220331-3) - PwC

Closing Date 2022/06/30

Reference Number PWC220331-3

Opportunity Quantitative Risk Graduate Programme 2023

Intake year 2023

Contract Type Fixed Term

Location - Country South Africa

Location - Office Johannesburg, Cape Town



Overview

Our strategy, The New Equation, is about how PwC brings together unique combinations of people, powered by technology, galvanizing ourselves as a community of solvers to address those dual challenges. The foundation of the strategy is our multidisciplinary model, which allows us to help clients build trust and deliver sustained outcomes by bringing together deep expertise across a broad range of capabilities. It is this combination of capabilities and the ability to look at thingsfrom different perspectives that is so essential to delivering high quality and real impacts for clients, stakeholders and society at large in Africa and globally.


Actuarial, Risk and Quants (ARQ) is a global team within PwC that provides cutting-edge quantitative and financial consulting services to a wide range of clients. Globally, the PwC network employs over 1,000 quantitative and actuarial specialists in 36 countries. Our specialists provide financial assurance and advisory services to the banking and insurance industry, regulators and other financial service providers.


During your career with us, you can expect to work in a highly professional, team-oriented environment that is supportive, fun and rewarding in its challenges. Given that PwC is the world’s largest professional services firm, you will have the opportunity to gain exposure that is internationally recognised and benefit from our huge investment in training and technology. Successful candidates will be involved in a wide range of assignments covering valuations, banking and corporate clients.


Requirements

We’re looking for an Honours or Masters degree in:

Financial Modeling

Financial Engineering

Mathematical Finance

Mathematics

Quantitative Risk Management

Actuarial Science

Mathematical Statistics

Technical knowledge of programming languages like SAS, VBA and Matlab is an advantage.


The PwC Professional is our global leadership development framework. It outlines the capabilities that we look for in all our people — from associate to partner level — that will help us to thrive as purpose-led and values-driven leaders.



We look for and develop these qualities in all our people:

Whole leadership

I lead myself and others to make a difference and create a positive impact in a responsible, authentic, resilient, inclusive and passionate manner.


Business acumen

I bring business knowledge, innovation and insight to create distinctive value for clients and PwC.


Technical and digital

I apply a range of technical, digital and other professional capabilities to deliver quality and value.


Global and inclusive

I operate and collaborate effectively with a mindset that transcends boundaries and embraces diverse perspectives.


Relationships

I build relationships of high value, which are genuine and meaningful.



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