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Victor Huang is a principal with Milliman and heads up the Investment Solutions team in Australia. He has been with Milliman since 2008.
Victor currently leads a team of portfolio managers, actuaries, and traders who design and implement investment strategies within superannuation, (re) insurance companies, ETF managers, and managed accounts.
Strategies Victor has worked on include tail risk hedging, currency hedging, and rebalancing overlays for funds, as well as dynamic hedging programs for investment guarantee products and defined benefit liabilities.
Victor has led and been actively involved in a wide range of client engagements with financial institutions globally. During his 11 years at Milliman, Victor has developed extensive experience in:
Victor has also worked on a number of research projects, including co-authoring the following papers:
Prior to joining Milliman, he worked at National Australia Bank where he developed trading and risk reporting models for interest rate derivatives.