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Scott Chow is a consulting actuary with Milliman’s life insurance consulting practice in Hong Kong. He has worked on a number of important projects in the Asia Pacific region, especially Hong Kong.
Scott currently leads two working groups focusing on the developing Hong Kong Risk-Based Capital framework and InsurTech to enhance Milliman’s service offerings in the region.
Scott is a seasoned consultant with broad experience in different actuarial topics, including, but not limited to, merger and acquisitions, product development and pricing, product and distribution strategy, supporting appointed / independent actuary, and risk-based capital-related projects. He has advised companies in different parts of Asia. Some of the past key projects he worked on include:
Apart from his consulting work, Scott is also a frequent speaker in various actuarial conferences on InsurTech or risk-based capital-related topics. He also serves on related committees for the ASHK and the SOA.
Before joining Milliman, Scott worked in the Solvency II and economic capital team at the regional office of Prudential Asia. He was responsible for maintaining the Internal Capital Model of the company and helped on solvency reporting under the Solvency II framework, covering business in Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, and China.