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Not Every Risk Manager Needs To Become An ERM
National Underwriter Propert & Casualty
  • Zachary S. Finn, Butler University
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The author reflects on the responsibilities of risk managers in fulfilling their important role in insurance companies. He asserts that traditional risk managers needs to be part adjuster, part attorney, part underwriter, part risk-finance professional and part loss-control engineer. With such profound task, he contends that risk managers can perform their vital role in the organization without the need of becoming an enterprise risk manager.


This article originally appeared in National Underwriter.

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Zachary S. Finn. "Not Every Risk Manager Needs To Become An ERM" National Underwriter Propert & Casualty (2007) p. 41 - 42
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