AIA Group

Actuarial Audit Internship Programme, AIA Group Office (2025 2H)

Recruiter
AIA Group
Location
Hong Kong, China
Salary
Competitive salary
Posted
18 May 2024
Closes
17 Jun 2024
Ref
JR-28309
Approved employers
Approved employer
Job role
Audit
Sector
Insurance
Experience level
Entry level, Internship
FIND YOUR 'BETTER' AT AIA

We don't simply believe in being 'The Best'. We believe in better - because there's no limit to how far 'better' can take us.

We believe in empowering every one of our people to find their 'better' - in the work they do, the career they build, the life they live and the difference they make. So that together we can support even more people - including our own - to live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives.

If you believe in better, we'd love to hear from you.

About the Role

The Actuarial Audit internship is lasting for 6 months time (Jun 2025 - Dec 2025), and the intern will undertake various internal audit related tasks focusing on the Actuarial functions!

Roles & Responsibilities:
  • Develop an understanding of the AIA audit approach, methodology and the audit software
  • Assist with auditors with documenting the risks, controls and audit test steps for various audit engagements
  • Identify actuarial audit issues; articulate the issue and raise potential solutions
  • Assist in the compilation of audit reports
  • Support the team in conducting research aspiring to find opportunities for continuous improvement and support industry standard methodology processes
  • Performs other responsibilities and duties periodically assigned by supervisor in order to meet operational and/or other requirements
Minimum Job Requirements:
  • University graduate or undergraduate in insurance or financial related subject area
  • Have a strong command of English and Chinese (reading and writing)
  • Demonstrate abilities to problem tackle and work independently
  • Shown analytical skills and business sense
  • Possess the requisite self-confidence required to raise issues and ask questions of peers, supervisors, and other employees
  • Strong analytical and organisational skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office!
Build a career with us as we help our customers and the community live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives.

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