Risk Management Trends
|8,804||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$115.00/M|
Risk Management Trends target individuals who manage threats/liability matters posed to the progress of an insurance, government and corporate organization. Risk Management is an approach that seeks to eliminate or at least minimize the level of risk associated with a business operation. They identify situations that could result in damage to company resources, including personnel.
Risk Managers are concerned with identifying and measuring the risks faced by insurance, government and the corporate industry. They protect company assets, income, employees, reputation or companies and shareholders. These executives spend long hours and are called on during financial crisis’s. There are various Risk Manager titles such as Financial, Credit, Corporate, Technology and Data, and Safety. These individuals are responsible for governing how to conduct business while limiting risk by identifying accidental loss, measuring financial protection measures, creating guidelines on property and liability claims, defaulted loans, losses on security investments and trading.
Risk Managers must have a bachelors degree and Masters of Business Administration if required. Individuals who hold these positions typically have previous experience dealing with liability in the insurance or legal fields. They are relied heavily upon to shield organizations from serious legal costs through proper review of company procedures. Risk Managers must make sure that compliance and risk agreements are kept up to date and maintained in every part of the organization. They conduct audits of company policies and regulatory practices to ensure the enterprise is legally secure.
This list is ideal for any business safety, insurance, human resource, and maintenance magazines, newsletters, and catalogs.
|Number of Employees||$10.00/M|