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- This is a Manager role, which will assist on US GAAP / EV production and analysis in the Malaysia Center of Excellence (CoE).
- Perform US GAAP or EV reporting and analysis in the Malaysia Center of Excellence (CoE) for the assigned Local Business Units (LBU): Japan, Korea, and Australia.
- Interfaces with LBUs to understand requirements and delivery of high-quality solutions.
- Collaborates with peers to fully understand the needs and issues related to assigned LBUs.
- Responsible to prepare and maintain documentation.
- Bachelor degree or equivalent.
- Good progress in Actuarial Exams.
- ASA qualification (or equivalent) preferred.
Essential Business Experience and Technical Skills:
- Around 6-8 years of experience required, preferably has valuation reporting experience.
- High execution on delivering outputs within deadlines and investigating root-cause analysis in outputs and background data.
- General learnings skills, flexible adaptation to variable circumstance, positive attitude to learn new knowledge and work ethic are required.
- Proficient verbal and written English skills and good communicational skills.
- Knowledge in Modelling, VBA or Python is preferred.
MetLife is a proud equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to attracting, retaining, and maximizing the performance of a diverse and inclusive workforce. It is MetLife's policy to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, national origin, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, genetic information, citizenship status, uniformed service member or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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