Identify. Analyze. Advise. Help find a solution.
When you’re a risk manager, what do you do? You identify and quantify risks, then propose solutions to reduce them. You help implement the chosen solution. You need to find the right balance to properly advise your client or business. Finally, you help people better prepare for the future by reducing risks.
A good risk manager is someone who likes to analyze and manage uncertainties and unforeseen events. Diplomatic and capable of working on a team, they are attentive in order to find original solutions to new problems.
Your career. Your lifestyle. When you’re a risk manager, you may work at an independent consulting firm or at an insurance company. You can therefore work in an office, remotely, or even at your own firm.
- Be fired up with strong analytical abilities
- Express yourself clearly with good communication skills to advise your colleagues and clients
- Have a strong aptitude for teamwork and listening skills
Do you recognize yourself here? An exciting career awaits you!
To become a risk manager, it is recommended to obtain the DCS in Financial Services and Insurance Techniques or the ACS in property and casualty insurance. Then, you can continue your professional development by obtaining the CRM (Canadian Risk Management) title.
To ensure your credibility, it is required to obtain a P&C insurance representative’s certificate issued by the Autorité des marchés financiers.