As previously emphasised, risk management is no longer solely concerned with minimising downside risk and the ERM actuary's focus will shift as a result. For example, the Modigliani and Miller (1958) seminal contribution on the irrelevance of an organisation’s capital structure implies that in perfect capital markets, risk management activities also do not create value. Increasingly, organisations are moving from an intuitive, ‘gut-feeling’ approach to more data-driven predictive modelling. These drivers, from the CAS, Overview of ERM paper, are summarised and discussed in turn, below. (2015) argue, the commercial environment has many market imperfections in terms of taxes (Modigliani and Miller, 1963), bankruptcy costs (Kraus and Litzenberger, 1973), external capital costs (Froot et al., 1993) and agency costs (Jensen and Meckling, 1976), which can be exploited allowing risk management to add value within the organisation. The integration of risk management techniques into a holistic and integrated framework is defined by COSO (2004) who define ERM as: Enterprise risk management is a process, effected by an entity’s board of directors, management and other personnel, applied in strategy setting and across the enterprise, designed to identify potential events that may affect the entity, and manage risk to be within its risk appetite, to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of entity objectives. An Analysis of the Maturity and Strategic Impact of Investments in ERM. An organisation’s beta dictates the magnitude of asset volatility in relation to market movements. & Brogan, J.C., 2001. Again, according to Kraus and Lehner (2012), the second TRM component that has contributed to the rise of ERM relates to general management thinking. An Actuarial Approach to Enterprise Risk Management 28 February 2012 Paul Sweeting European Head, Strategy (44) 20 7742 0501 paul.j.sweeting@jpmorgan.com J.P. 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Life and Health Risk Actuary England, City of London, London £70000 - £80000 per annum + competitive package HFG The individual would ideally be a newly qualified life or health actuary will have experience in risk management In the process of managing all risks, ERM must embrace every significant risk regardless of the source–whether it is strategic, financial, operational or hazard-based–to ensure that every significant risk exposure is managed in the context of the organisation as a single comprehensive entity. Firstly, as Grace et al. Hence a key aspect of ERM (and difference from the TRM approach) relevant to the ERM actuary, is that the firm’s major risks, from all sources, are aggregated together in a ‘portfolio’ of risks. Beasley, M., Branson, B., & Hancock, B., 2015c. Banham, R., 1999. Tim has over 25 years of financial services experience across both banking and wealth management and currently consults independently as a senior financial services and ERM actuary. Risk tolerance is a measure of the amount of uncertainty that an organisation is prepared to accept in respect of negative changes to its business or assets. The Value Killers Revisited - A Risk Management Study. Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk. By breaking down the historical silos, operating within the organisation, and tackling risk on an enterprise-wide scale, in an aggregated enterprise-wide fashion, the risk management process is equipped to deal with the additional threats and opportunities faced in the rapidly evolving business world. This vantage point is very important for the ERM actuary, since from this new perspective, many ERM definitions stress value creation and how the implementation of the ERM discipline can help a business improve decision making, thus increasing the likelihood of achieving business objectives. Furthermore Nocco and Stulz (2006) argue that ERM can lead to a reduction in the probability of large detrimental cash flow shortfalls (which are economically burdensome to the firm in terms of future growth implications), costly capital acquisition and relinquishing of profitable investments. Finally, ERM adoption has been influenced by an attitude change towards risk-taking amongst business leaders of the 21st century. These developments have led to a much more fluid and active transfer of risk between parties and have formed much of today’s corporate risk mitigation strategies. A Senior Manager’s Guide to Integrated Risk Management. As the world increases in complexity and inter-related systems require greater levels of understanding and clear communication, the ERM actuary is in strong demand. Namely, that ERM is an integrated and holistic evaluation of all the risks facing an organisation with a focus on how those risks affect the organisation in aggregate. The integration of risk management into the firm’s culture and corporate decision making processes. Filter by location to see Enterprise Risk Management salaries in your area. For example, numerically focused professionals, such as actuaries, view risk as an objective phenomenon which is quantifiable. It should be understood that solvency As the business landscape has altered, new vulnerabilities have grown in importance. I'm a UK qualified Actuary and currently a Senior Lecturer of Actuarial Science at Queen's University Belfast. It should also be noted that ERM goes beyond focusing on just risk avoidance activities to also recognise the value of embracing risks that provide a strategic competitive advantage. ERM Initiative at North Carolina State University.Beasley, M., Branson, B. Working Hand in Hand: Balanced Scorecards and Enterprise Risk Management. The Journal of Finance, 48(5), pp.1629–1658.Grace, M.F. A further driving force in ERM adoption has been the increased ability and tendency to measure and analyse risks as a result of advances in risk-modelling expertise and technology. In support of the argument for a holistic risk management approach, McShane et al. Floreani, A., 2012. The average Actuary II salary in Alexandria, IN is $77,321 as of November 25, 2020, but the range typically falls between $70,219 and $86,980. Social sciences take a contrasting perspective, envisaging risk as a subjective phenomenon which is not always accurately quantifiable. & Simkins, B.J., 2005. This differs slightly from ‘risk appetite’, which can be defined as ‘the amount and type of risk that an organisation is willing to take in order to meet their strategic objectives. Furthermore, recent high-profile losses and failures, such as the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, which has since seen BP set aside $42 billion to deal with the repercussions (Reuters, 2015), have increased focus on operational and strategic risk. A further example highlighted by Hannoun (2010), relates to the introduction of Basel III by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision in order to help correct the failings of prior accords by improving an organisation’s risk awareness and loss absorbing ability. ERM is considered to be an advanced framework for risk management, and it first appeared in 1995 in the Joint Australia/New Zealand Standard for Risk Management (AS/NZs, 2004). Kraus and Lehner (2012) discussed how two early facets of TRM practices have been incorporated into ERM. In summary, it is clear that the practice of risk management is in the midst of a paradigm shift, as the global commercial business landscape continues to rapidly evolve. From the firm-specific perspective it is evident that risk management has seen some catastrophic failures over the last 25 years. What is the ERM actuary? 80 Enterprise Risk Management Actuary jobs available on Indeed.com. This approach is characterised by the management of individual risks in separate units often using a highly disaggregated method. Bernstein (1998) applied this same line of thought to risk management by conveying: â€œThe essence of risk management lies in maximizing the areas where we have some control over the outcome while minimizing the areas where we have absolutely no control over the outcome and linkage between effect and cause is hidden from us”. Aabo, T., Fraser, J.R.S. These products have proven to be very popular such that in 2014, a record $8 billion worth of catastrophe bonds were issued (The Economist, 2015a). Hence the ERM actuary will seek to consider risk optimisation and not simply risk minimisation. The Journal of Political Economy, 81(3), pp.637–654. The above diagram highlights this delicate and important relationship between optimal risk and return by showing how the optimal risk-adjusted return is found by striking an appropriate balance between low-risk exposure and aggressive risk-taking. To this extent, an important metric used in CAPM is ‘beta’. Financial Times, 27. This has therefore led to an advanced framework that can manage risk in a more integrated holistic fashion, such as ERM. (2008) and Hoyt and Liebenberg (2011), provided some initial evidence for ERM value creation, but a major validity impediment of these studies has been the development of a reliable measure of the ERM construct (McShane et al., 2011). Risk management particularly came into effect in the 1970s and 1980s as organisations realised that firm-specific risks (also known as idiosyncratic or unsystematic risk) were important to be managed, making it a high-priority item for investors. (2011) emphasised the benefits of ERM, attesting that hedging residual risk (rather than independent risks) maximises value by allowing the organisation to benefit from a risk diversification effect or recognition of natural risk hedges. Markowitz (1952) recognised that an investor can reduce portfolio risk simply by holding combinations of instruments, which are not perfectly positively correlated. (May 12, 2015) Risk management should also be comprehensive and dynamic enough to react to changes as necessary. Whilst defensive risk mitigation strategies certainly play an important role in modern risk management strategies, organisations have begun to focus more on the opportunities that risk may present and how value can be created from it, by taking on risks where the organisation has a competitive advantage. (2012) utilise Chief Risk Officer (CRO) appointments as a binary proxy for ERM implementation and base their findings on the supposition that CRO appointment is indicative of ERM implementation. All rights reserved. However, it was James Lam who, in 1993, became the first person to use the title of “Chief Risk Officer” even before ERM became mainstream (Lam, 2014). Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 34(3), pp.219–243. Find out more about becoming a Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary . Apply to Actuary, Risk Manager, Cost Manager and more! BIS, Hong Kong. In other words, volatility of return. The Journal of Risk and Insurance, 78(4), pp.795–822.Jensen, M.C. This progress in risk quantification has provided regulators and organisations a level of confidence to ensure that they operate within both regulatory parameters and corporate risk-tolerance levels. (2015a) carried out a study of more than 1,000 members of the America Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) business and industry group and found that 59% of their respondents believed that the volume and complexity of risks had changed â€œextensively” or â€œmostly” in the previous five years. Various studies have also statistically shown that risk management appears to be adding value in the presence of these market imperfections (e.g., Smith and Stulz, 1985; MacKay and Moeller, 2007). Journal of Risk Management of Korea, 12(1), pp.207–228. If you would like to go to the Insurance sector, you should go for Actuary. Hence it is clear that the sharing of common tools, processes and ERM practices across industries and globally has also played a part in helping to drive and embed the ERM discipline. The 21st century business is increasingly exposed to a vast array of interconnected risks with varying degrees of correlation between exposures. A State-Preference Model of Optimal Financial Leverage. As the use of financial derivative products gained momentum in the early 1970s, risk management moved away from being a reactive process to focus more on proactive procedural practices. I now discuss the various rationales for value creation from ERM engagement, in turn below. How to Answer: What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses? & Bawcutt, P.A., 1981. A study conducted by the professional services firm, Deloitte (2013), explored the extent by which risks are correlated. There is an increasing demand for actuaries in non-traditional roles. Hoyt and Liebenberg (2011) posit that this improved understanding, at board level, enhances resource allocation, capital efficiency and equity return. Fellowship candidates must pass 3-4 additional actuary exams, which Indeed, this movement has been witnessed across the insurance, marketing and even human resource industries. Accurately plotting the organisation’s position on the risk/return curve, as per Figure 1, requires knowledge of risk exposures on an enterprise-wide scale. Learn how to enable cookies. no potential upside in contrast to (for example) financial risks). Enterprise Risk Management is a 4 hour written–answer examination. Value-at-Risk (VaR), as a probabilistic measure of market risk, is another risk-quantification methodology that has also been widely adopted since the 1990s and now forms a large part of modern regulatory requirements, such as the Basel Accords in the banking industry. Theory of the Firm: Managerial Behavior, Agency Costs and Ownership Structure. The actuarial profession has also embraced the idea of the ERM actuary, over the last two decades, with many actuaries taking on positions such as the Chief Risk Officer, where they are tasked with overseeing the holistic aggregated risk position of the enterprise. Philosophies of Risk, Shareholder Value and the CEO. North American Actuarial Journal: NAAJ, 16(1), pp.1–28. This acknowledgement has led to the development of new risk-transfer products that combine more than one type of risk, such as weather derivatives and catastrophe bonds, as well as the application of copula functions to help assess risk correlations. Bannister, J.E. By diversifying a portfolio of financial investments (with varying levels of financial volatility risk) that were not 100% correlated, Markowitz showed that the variability in returns could be reduced. $100,610 Annual Salary $48.37 per hour Organisations are increasingly able to quantify risks, which were traditionally viewed as unpredictable or infrequent. The internet and related technology, such as social media, has aided information sharing as well as an increased willingness among organisations to share risk practices via forums, conferences and professional bodies. © 2020, ProActuary. Early research by Modigliani and Miller (1958) questions the validity of risk management efforts. Thus, only the remaining risk needs to be addressed, which should be less onerous than mitigating each risk independently. Doherty, N., 2000. Other arguments include recognition of the fact that well-diversified investors do not exist (Shimko, 2001) and that risk management enhances firm value by improving the value of expected cash flows (Shapiro and Titman, 1998; Nocco and Stulz, 2006). John Wiley & Sons.Lam, J., 2011. If you have any feedback or you are interested in information about contributing to the blog, please contact the Society . Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls. Median pay: How much do Actuaries make? Enterprise Risk Management: Theory and Practice. The rationale being that the CRO is the executive accountable for enabling the efficient and effective governance of significant risks, and related opportunities, to a business and its various segments. Available at SSRN 301331. Building on the work of Markowitz (1952), Sharpe (1964) created the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), which provides the theoretically appropriate required rate of return of an asset based on the additional systematic risk it contributed to the portfolio. Although scholars and organisations have taken differing slants on their views of ERM, we can draw some clear parallels from the various definitions. But our skills and talents are transferable to any industry that requires risk modeling and management, including: Financial services, such as banking and investment management. John Wiley & Sons. Reverting to the basic premise that it is not possible to yield a return without bearing some degree of uncertainty, it is clear that risk is, quite simply, an unavoidable part of doing business. Best practice ERM dictates that risk management processes become ingrained in a firm’s strategic planning, and therefore the ERM decision making process starts with the identification of current risk exposures as well as potential risks that could be taken, rather than acknowledging them as an afterthought or dealing with them as they arise. It is therefore clear that risk management plays an integral role in successfully achieving business objectives and has become a part of every organisation. This more offensive approach towards agility, pro-active risk seeking and attempting to optimise risks, rather than simply reducing or mitigating them, enables a more favourable risk profile to be achieved; such that new business opportunities can be effectively developed and executed as the competitive landscape alters (e.g., from technological innovations). By pooling risks together an insurance company can utilise actuarial science theory and loss distributions to predict with a high degree of accuracy the potential losses (claims) from year to year. 102 Enterprise Risk Management Actuary jobs available on Indeed.com. Miccolis and Shah (2000) reported that both direct and indirect external pressures have driven the migration towards this integrated and strategically focused risk methodology. The qualification provides enterprise risk management (ERM) specialist technical knowledge and is designed to enable actuaries to demonstrate greater understanding of risk management techniques and issues, which in turn can facilitate a move into wider fields. However, more recent risk practitioners and scholars, such as UK ERM actuary Paul Sweeting (2011), have outlined the benefits and rationale for managing risk, such that nearly all organisations now engage in risk management to some extent. The Cost of Capital, Corporation Finance and the Theory of Investment. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 14(4), pp.56–70.Meulbroek, L.K., 2002. Nocco and Stulz (2006) contend that an evaluation of risk and return at the project level does not allow for optimisation at the corporate level, as risk diversification and correlations are ignored, thus leading to sub-optimal decision making. How much does a Enterprise Risk Management make? It seems reasonable to assert that an optimal strategy for achieving success is to maximise strengths and minimise weaknesses. Salary estimates are based on 3 salaries submitted anonymously to & Hancock, B., 2010. With the range of risks that companies feel they need to manage, continually expanding there has been an increasing recognition that most guidelines, methods and best practises focus on only a specific part of the business and do not take a systematic approach to the problems most organisations face. The Value of Investing in Enterprise Risk Management. Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance, 23(3), pp.311–332.Beasley, M.S., Clune, R. & Hermanson, D.R., 2005. As an example, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (2002) stipulates that corporations must scrutinise their risk profiles using a holistic, enterprise-wide approach as opposed to the more traditional silo-based approach. Kraus, A. Filter by location to see Enterprise Risk Management salaries in your area The Journal of Finance, 57(2), pp.815–839.Hannoun, H., 2010. See how your offer stacks up to other pay packages and negotiate confidently. Portfolio Selection. As of Dec 30, 2020, the average annual pay for a Consulting Actuary in the United States is $142,111 a year. The Characteristics of Firms That Hire Chief Risk Officers. Firms that advance ERM from a value-based perspective and focus on embedding risk culture across the organisation, encourage employees to take a more risk aware approach and align ERM with their strategic goals are realising significant value, particularly in the long-term. It became increasingly evident that some risks that were previously transferred to an insurer could instead be prevented, or their severity reduced, through efficient loss-prevention and control systems. Experienced Risk Actuary sought for one of the most prestigious London Market Insurers active in the UK market today. Available at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/Papers.cfm?abstract_id=301331.nMiccolis, J., and S. Shah, 2000, Enterprise Risk Management: An Analytic Approach, Tillinghast–Towers Perrin Monograph (New York). From Traditional Risk Management to Enterprise Risk Management. The Actuary & Enterprise Risk Management: Integrating Reserve Variability Casualty Actuarial Society E-Forum, Summer 2016 3 1. The Role of the Board in Enterprise Risk Management-The Board of Directors has Direct Responsibility for and, 93(7), p From previous discussions, it is clear that many consider fragmented risk management no longer acceptable, considering the increasingly strong intertwining connections between risks and the growing complexities of the business world. Standard and Poor’s, a division of the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. , New York, NY. It is also now easier for organisations to actively seek out target risk exposures due to a more fluid market place and access to financial risk management products, such as the derivative products of forwards, futures, options and swaps. Business continuation management has extended the practice of contingency planning by requiring comprehensive internal control systems. The American Economic Review, 53(3), pp.433–443.Myers, S.C. & Read, J.A., 2001. The Journal of Finance, 7(1), pp.77–91. Beasley et al. The 2007–2008 financial crisis and on-going corporate risk management failures, such as those highlighted in Section 1.2, have led to a greater insistence from regulators, institutional investors and corporate governance oversight bodies that board members and senior management of organisations take more responsibility for managing risk on an enterprise-wide scale and, in general, that risk practices become much more stringent. Risk Measures and Capital Requirements: A Critique of the Solvency II Approach. The Enron (2001) and Worldcom (2002) debacles had, at their core, a breakdown in corporate reporting systems that masked underlying risk exposures. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 24(6), pp.521–531.Bernstein, P.L., 1998. The community relies on everyone sharing – .css-1c7uf6v{background:none;border:none;font-size:15px;color:#1861bf;}Add Anonymous Salary, Enterprise Risk Management - Monthly Contractor. The Value of Enterprise Risk Management. Furthermore, it often made sense to instead retain some of these risks within the company. ), 7 of the Best Situational Interview Questions. & Liebenberg, A.P., 2011. ERM is a maturing discipline that aims to help organisations proactively and effectively deal with ever-changing risk exposures and resulting strategic planning requirements. This has resulted in increased transparency in terms of effective risk practices that create value and are thus worthwhile. Lin, Y., Wen, M.-M. & Yu, J., 2012. This is the equivalent More recently, in 2020, we have witnessed worldwide businesses struggling to maintain operations because of the Covid-19 pandemic. The European Union (EU) Solvency II Directive for instance, prescribes Solvency Capital Requirement for EU insurers, by specifying that they: â€œshall correspond to the Value-at-Risk of the basic own funds of an insurance or reinsurance undertaking subject to a confidence level of 99.5% over a one-year period” (Floreani, 2012). ERM is often viewed as a difficult to define discipline, but most ERM literature seems to agree that it relates to interchangeable concepts, such as â€œintegrated risk management”, “strategic risk management” and â€œholistic risk management”. It is clear that the board of AIG did not have a full comprehension of the true AIG risk exposure resulting from their CDO endeavours. Enterprise Risk Management: An Empirical Analysis of Factors Associated with the Extent of Implementation. ask@actuariesonline.com ERM applies to all industries, not just the financial industry. RMA Journal, 93(7), p.51. Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst (CERA) - Salary - Get a free salary comparison based on job title, skills, experience and education. Globalisation, for example, has led to more firms facing regulatory obstacles, geo-political exposures, supply chain risk and foreign exchange rate risk. If the enterprise does not take on enough risk, they may err on the side of over-cautious risk aversion and may not be fully exploiting potential investment projects. Fortune Magazine (July). Up until the mid-1990s, a silo approach to corporate risk management was habitually used, (often termed Traditional Risk Management (TRM)). These disruptive and global changes present significant risk management challenges for organisations to address if they are to remain competitive and take advantage of opportunities as they arise. In other words, the ERM approach is a result of the maturing, continuing growth and evolution of the risk management division and its application in a more structured and disciplined way (McCarthy and Flynn, 2004). The firm-specific (idiosyncratic) risk and the treatment of it, within an appropriate risk management framework, is a widely debated topic. Heightened financial sophistication, advancing technology, emerging geo-political risks and accelerating business activity have also contributed to the number and the growing complexity of risks organisations face. Wearables in Insurance: Where Do We Go From Here? Casualty Actuarial Society 2003, Overview of Enterprise Risk Management. To approach these challenges, organisations are foregoing traditional risk management processes and embracing a more holistic-based approach. Glassdoor will not work properly unless browser cookie support is enabled. The Economist, 2015a. From a portfolio perspective, risk that cannot be eliminated via diversification requires an enhanced expected return, above the risk-free rate, for an investor to undertake it. The syllabus for this examination covers key topics in enterprise risk management and is a key component of the pathway for earning the Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst credential. 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