Interpret the standard, challenge or justify the methodologies and propose solutions to implement IFRS 17.
Review results and lead the quantitative impact study of transition and simulation of earnings patterns for products in accordance with the Group’s guidelines and IFRS 17 principles.
Recommend strategy of transition and earnings management.
Lead to enhance the data to arrive at accurate valuation for the transition strategy
Review results and lead the development and adaptation of actuarial reporting tools and modelling from design to implementation and user acceptance test
Review and lead the documentation with audit trail of data, assumptions, methods and financial results, as well as up-
to-date documentation of processes
Coordinate with other project team members on the development of different work steams
Assist in the communication of the new standard with risk, finance and various stakeholders
Ensure the process control and methodology on deliverable is robust and aligned with market best practice
Qualified or nearly qualified actuary
7 or more years' experience in life insurance industry
Hands-on experience in IFRS 17 is an advantage
Strong organizational, problem solving and communication skills
Able to work independently as well as a good team player
Good command of business English, both in written and spoken form
Candidate with less experience will be considered as Assistant Actuarial Manager
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