Max Rudolph

Max J. Rudolph, FSA CFA MAAA

Max J. Rudolph, FSA, CERA, CFA, MAAA
Founder, Rudolph Financial Consulting, LLC

Max J. Rudolph is the founder of Rudolph Financial Consulting, LLC. He focuses on risk management tools that help organizations make better decisions. He specializes in using common sense and communicating risk management practices to external stakeholders. Over 25 years of financial modeling expertise have led to best practice strategies related to asset liability management (ALM), enterprise risk management (ERM), liquidity, capital management and emerging risks.  Max writes a monthly newsletter covering risk management and investment topics, including his well received annual financial predictions.  Max is an award winning author who frequently presents and writes on how to implement various tools given limited resources.  Many of his articles and presentations can be found at http://rudolph-financial.com/

Max was named a thought leader in the ERM discipline and awarded the Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst designation by the Society of Actuaries.  He served the actuarial profession as a member of the SOA Board of Governors, Chair of the SOA’s Investment Section, and chair of the American Academy of Actuaries’ Economic Scenario Work Group.  Max has served as Chair of the ERM Symposium and the Investment Actuary Symposium.  He recently completed research projects focused on emerging risks and ERM Practice as applied to Health Insurers. Max is past President of Omaha Morning Rotary and resides in Omaha, Nebraska.

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