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Results-oriented professional with comprehensive training in risk management, actuarial studies, and statistics seeking to leverage background and experience to take next step in professional career with a respected organization. Fluent in English, Mandarin, and Taiwanese with combined with experience working within international markets. Skilled in in utilizing diverse programs such as Minitab, R, and Maple to create detailed financial models and forecasts.
Risk Management Actuarial Studies Global Markets Asset Management Financial Modeling Client Relations
Master of Risk Management : Quantitative Risk, 2014 University of New South Wales Sydney, NSW, Australia Bachelor of Commerce : Actuarial Studies, 2012 University of New South Wales Sydney, NSW, Australia Bachelor of Science : Mathematics and Statistics, 2012 University of New South Wales Sydney, NSW, Australia Actuarial Studies of UNSW (ASOC), 2010 Present UNSW Arc Member, 2010 Present UNSW Chinese Student Association (CSA), 2009 2010
Actuarial Experience Investigated basic principles underlying actuarial analysis and insurance, superannuation, and contract management; examined product design and pricing, and life insurance, general insurance and superannuation, banking and investment risk management. Examined estimation and application of survival models in relation to mortality and other decrements; estimated lifetime distributions, designed multiple state models, constructed multiple decrement tables, and completed statistical comparisons of crude rates. Leveraged actuarial mathematics and models to analyse/manage life insurance and superannuation contracts. Financial Management Studied principles and applications of financial mathematics utilized to value securities and investment decision; examined portfolio theories to determine relationship between investment expected risk and returns. Analysed impact of financial management on personal and corporate financial objectives. Analysed basic theories and principles driving financial functions in foreign markets; reviewed international diversification, capital costs in multinational corporations, financial and political risks, international equity markets, and multinational banking systems. Identified risk management relating to rate fluctuations and government policy changes. Economics Experience Evaluated fundamental microeconomic and macroeconomic principles leveraged to analyse economic behavior. Studied macroeconomic variables, including output, employment, inflation, and interest and exchange rates; developed models and theories to explain macroeconomic variables. Reviewed relationship between individual economic decision and markets, including comparative welfare outcomes created by different market forms.