AXA Hong Kong, a member of the AXA Group, prides itself of serving over 1 million customers in Hong Kong and Macau. Besides being one of the largest health protection providers in Hong Kong, it is also the number 1 General Insurance provider1 and a market leader in motor insurance. AXA Hong Kong is committed...
AXA Hong Kong, a member of the AXA Group, prides itself of serving over 1 million customers in Hong Kong and Macau. Besides being one of the largest health protection providers in Hong Kong, it is also the number 1 General Insurance provider1 and a market leader in motor insurance.

AXA Hong Kong is committed to helping its customers achieve stability and prosperity through providing a comprehensive range of life, health, property and casualty protection, as well as wealth management and retirement solutions.
We believe it is our inherent responsibility to support the communities we operate in, hence creating a sustainable business via constant and considerable contribution in the dimensions of health, environment and the community.

AXA is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to promote Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) by creating a work environment where all employees are treated with dignity, respect, and where individual differences are valued. We welcome and treasure diverse profiles to join our big family, and to build an inclusive culture together which allows everyone to maximize their personal potential.


1Based on 2013 Office of the Commissioner of Insurance market share statistics

Actuarial Analyst / Assistant - IFRS 17 (1 year contract)

Job level Entry
Work exp No work experience
Education Bachelor Degree
Location
Within Hong Kong
Employment type Full Time
Industry Insurance / Pension Funding (MPF)
Job function Insurance > Actuarial
Published On 13/02/2020
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Job Responsibilities

  • Perform and provide explanations of the quantitative impact study of transition and simulation of earnings patterns for products in accordance with the Group's guidelines and IFRS 17 principles

  • Prepare and pursue to enhance the data to arrive at accurate valuation for the transition strategy

  • Develop and adapt actuarial reporting tools and modelling from design to implementation and user acceptance test

  • Maintain a clearly documented 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

Job Requirements

  • University graduate in Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics or related disciplines

  • At least 1 year of experience in life insurance industry

  • Able to work independently as well as a good team player

  • Strong ability to organize and detail oriented

  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills

  • Self-motivated, able to work under pressure

  • Good command of business English, both in written and spoken form

  • Candidate with less experience will be considered as Actuarial Assistant