Assistant Manager, Insurance Branch Operation-SH, HSBC life Insurance
(No. of Vacancy: 1; Location: Shanghai)
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HSBC Life Insurance Company Limited
Headquartered in Shanghai, HSBC Life Insurance Company Limited was established in August 2009. It is a 50-50 joint venture between HSBC Insurance (Asia) Limited and The National Trust Ltd. With a registered capital of RMB1025 million, the Company serves affluent and high-net-worth customers in Shanghai and Beijing through HSBC and Hang Seng bank's distribution channels. The Company offers comprehensive insurance services covering protection, retirement, children’s education, legacy planning and wealth growth to individuals and families.
We are currently seeking an experienced professional to join this team in the role of Assistant Manager, Insurance Branch Operation-SH, HSBC life Insurance.
In this role, you will:
- Deliver branch life operation services efficiently and effectively with Production Management metrics met, in line with the company's HNW and customer centricity strategies.
- Assist the manager by overseeing day-to-day policy administrations in Shanghai area to assure fulfillment of the Service Level Agreement (SLA) and implementation of operational guidelines / procedures.
- Keep good communication with other Service Delivery teams, Finance and channels to resolve problems and smooth daily operations.
- Provide training to internal staffs and channels as required.
- Prepare MI report and other reports to reflect important pictures of branch life operations.
- Provide feedback to head of IBO on IBO guidelines and procedures based on practical experience