Associate Director, Actuarial Advisory, Hong Kong / Shenzhen
KPMG China's Actuarial Advisory practice is seeking an exceptional life actuary with strong communication and client service skills to join our team in Hong Kong or Shenzhen as Associate Director. What we do
We help insurers set and execute their strategy. Our actuarial practice has grown significantly over the past few years by providing a broad range of services including financial reporting (IFRS17), finance transformation (e.g. automation, robotics, data-mining), financial modelling, risk and capital management, corporate restructuring, business planning, mergers & acquisitions, market entry/exit transactions and audit support.
We often work in cross-functional teams - offering our actuaries the opportunity to work with risk, accounting, tax, transaction advisory and management consulting professionals.
We use technology to maximise insights from, and to transform financial reporting and risk management processes. We also have a supportive global network of actuaries (UK, Europe, US, Asia and Australia) that works together to serve our multinational clients. Opportunities
As part of the market-leading actuarial consulting team, you will gain access to a broad range of industry stakeholders and unique problems to solve. You will get the opportunity to:
- Be part of an exciting growth story and a high performing and inclusive culture
- Work closely with the leaders of our business to execute a range of projects
- Develop your career, supported by our mentoring network
- Innovate to develop new solutions that add value to our clients What you'll do
As an Associate Director, you will have the technical expertise to specialise and the adaptability to provide services across a range of areas. On a day-to-day basis, you will:
- Lead and supervise a specialist team to deliver high quality work within budget and time limits. Communicate with partners and directors on key issues
- Manage and run multiple projects effectively and efficiently
- Develop and maintain client relationships and play a key role in business development, supporting our partners and directors
- Share your expertise with your peers and actively coach junior team members. Contribute to the career development of team members.
- Build strong internal relationships within KPMG and across regions and other services.
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of actuarial practices, both locally and internationally. What you'll need
- Associate Director or Manager level: Minimum 9 years of working experience in life insurance either in consulting or corporate. Manager level for 7-10 years of working experience.
- Fellow of an internationally-recognised actuarial association.
- In-depth knowledge in some of the following areas: finance / capital reporting, regulatory changes such as risk-based capital and IFRS, financial modelling (e.g. Prophet, AXIS), M&A due diligence, enterprise risk management or economic capital.
- Bilingual in English and either Cantonese or Mandarin.
- The ability to manage multiple projects
- Strong client management skills, with the ability to develop and maintain productive working relationships with clients.
- Excellent business and technical writing and presentation skills. Application - please contact
If you're interested, please contact Shirley.email@example.com . Personal data will be collected for recruitment purposes only. More about KPMG
KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services to many of the world's foremost companies. We operate in 154 countries and regions, and have 200,000 people across a range of disciplines working in member firms around the world. KPMG China operates in 19 cities across China, with around 12,000 partners and staff.
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We offer successful candidates an attractive remuneration package and the opportunity to work in a dynamic and exciting environment.
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