Assistant Actuarial Manager

  • 34167
  • Life - Actuarial
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  • Hong Kong
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  • Sep 11, 2018
  • Maintain a robust actuarial governance and control framework. Manage and coordinate governance committees. Form agendas to cover key topics, align stakeholders’ expectations, produce regular papers and MI packs, perform secretarial duties and coordinate follow up actions.
  • Assist the Manager to provide review of papers, documentation and other communications on behalf of the Chief Actuary, including committee papers, reports for regulators, communications to external stakeholders, product initiatives and ALM initiatives.
  • Identify any issues or potential challenges and ensure the papers are of a high quality, consistency and appropriately consider different financial, commercial and risk aspects. Produce executive summaries of papers as necessary in order to improve the effectiveness of the communication.
  • Help lead initiatives related to actuarial governance or audit. Review regulatory developments that are expected to impact multiple BAU teams, assist in overseeing projects to better understand the impacts of the changes and coordinate embedding the developments within BAU activities.
  • Provide project management and technical support on special actuarial projects assigned by the team head or the Chief Actuary, in collaboration with the BAU actuarial teams as necessary.
  • Construct presentations and responses to queries from internal / external stakeholders and regulators, working with other actuarial teams to ensure a coherent and consistent story with the company’s aims and alignment of messages with different parties.
  • Fellow of the Societies of Actuaries or equivalent.
  • University graduate.
  • At least 5 years of relevant experience.
  • Solid experience in the life insurance industry with broad technical knowledge of different actuarial functions and actuarial bases.
  • Strong communication and presentation skills. Proven ability to deliver clear messages to senior stakeholders is a plus.
  • Good problem solving and analytical skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work independently under pressure.
  • Actuarial consultancy background or experience in project management is a plus.
  • Good command of both spoken and written English.