Head of Actuarial Reporting

  • 35256
  • Life - Actuarial
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  • Hong Kong
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  • May 24, 2019
Insurance
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Co-ordinate, review, validate and providing support to the local business unit in the region in implementing the actuarial reports requirements, including SII reserving, Embedded Value, new business margin, experience analysis, financial conditional report, management reports.
  • Responsible to lead the implementation of the Actuarial Requirements of IFRS17.
  • Proactively provide support to the business units in developing guidelines, standard of practices, interpretations of group guidelines, sharing best practices and recommending corrective actions.
  • Act as the bridge between the head-office and the business units, validating and ensuring the accuracy and efficiency of the report performed by the business units.
  • Identify technical issues affecting the business and to take a proactive role in helping to correct and drive the business forward towards profitability and sustainability.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Over 15 years’ experience working in the insurance industry with at least 10 years in actuarial reporting and valuation functions.
  • The majority of this exposure should be within Life and Health insurance.
  • Fluent in Mandarin with some years of experience in China’s accounting reserving methodologies.
  • Experience working in a local operation is essential with regional / head office experience desirable.
  • Recent experience must be at the senior manager level, ideally country level chief actuary.
  • High level of experience and confidence in prophet modelling, stochastic modelling experience is a plus.
  • Analytical, proactive and a very detailed person.
  • Ability to operate and lead in an evolving, often ambiguous environment.
  • Cultural awareness and close working with local teams across Asia and Group Head Office.
  • Experience managing and running teams, particularly during times of change.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to present complex issues in a quick and simple manner, often to non-technical senior management and CEO’s.