Emerging Risk Survey


Posted by Max Rudolph

The Joint Risk Management Section, sponsored by the Casualty Actuarial Society, Canadian Institute of Actuaries, and the Society of Actuaries, is interested in better understanding how risk managers deal with emerging risks. The objective of this effort is to examine and ultimately give guidance to risk managers on how to deal with these unknown and developing risks.

To achieve this, we have designed an online survey to gather information about emerging risks and related issues. This survey is a follow-up to earlier surveys on emerging risks and will help to provide insight to changes and trends in this evolving field.

We would greatly appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey by October 26. It should take less than 10 minutes to complete the basic survey, but we hope you will share your thoughts in comment boxes, as well. Please share this survey link with other risk managers (internal and external) who might be interested in sharing their thoughts. We hope to gather a wide variety of perspectives from the survey.

It is our hope that the results of this survey will help risk managers deal with information that exists outside historical data sets. We assure you that results will be reported anonymously and that your specific responses will be held under the strictest confidence.

If you have questions about the survey, please contact Barbara Scott.

Thanks very much for your consideration! We expect to report results in December.

Follow this link to the Survey:
Take the Survey

Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:


Many thanks to those of you who have already participated in this survey!

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