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Jiang Guanjun, FCAS

Principal, Consulting Actuary
Shanghai, CN

Tel: +86 21 6159 0252

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Professional Designations

  • Fellow, Casualty Actuarial Society
  • Fellow, China Association of Actuaries


  • Master of Financial Mathematics, Florida State University
  • Bachelor of Science (Mathematics), Southeast University

Current Responsibility

Guanjun is a consulting actuary with the Property and Casualty practice in Milliman's Shanghai office. He joined the firm in 2008 after three years with Ping An Insurance Company in the People's Republic of China.


Guanjun specializes in P&C and health insurance. He has intimate knowledge of the P&C industry in China and is experienced in using generalized linear models (GLM) to price personal lines and selected commercial property lines of business. He was a member of the committee responsible for determining auto premium rates on behalf of the P&C insurance industry.

In his previous role, Guanjun was responsible for pricing and monitoring the performance of several private medical insurance products, including high-end indemnity products. At Milliman, he has been involved in the development of Milliman's China Health Cost Guidelines and financial projections for the Hong Kong government's healthcare financing reform initiatives.

He has worked on various mergers and acquisitions of P&C and health insurance companies, as well as market entry studies. He has also reviewed the claims reserves of numerous companies across Asia, from Indonesia to China.

Guanjun has been involved in branch-level business planning and budgeting in China. He has helped optimize compensation structures across distribution channels. He has also performed operational reviews, looking at the efficiency of sub-branches and covering all aspects of the business, ranging from underwriting and claims handling to accounting and finance functions.

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