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  • Risk Management, August 2014, Issue 30
    to assess how well we are doing in meeting the primary objectives established for the section council ... income, long-term care, auto, homeowners, commercial lines— ideally from a primary and reinsurer perspective) ...

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    • Authors: Society of Actuaries, B John Manistre, Edward Tom, Grace Koo, Jun He, Benjamin Neff, Barry Franklin, Max Rudolph, Ira Jersey, Timothy S Paris
    • Date: Aug 2014
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Professional Values; Results-Oriented Solutions; Strategic Insight and Integration>Big picture view; Strategic Insight and Integration>Strategy development; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
    • Publication Name: Risk Management
    • Topics: Enterprise Risk Management>Capital markets; Enterprise Risk Management>Financial management; Enterprise Risk Management>Risk appetite; Finance & Investments>Asset allocation
  • Personal Risk Manager: Driver of Resilience
    Social Security benefits or buying a long-term care policy for parents, the wealth manager has historically ... like health care, retirement savings, college, vacations, second homes and nursing home care. This process ...

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    • Authors: Max Rudolph
    • Date: Apr 2017
    • Competency: Strategic Insight and Integration>Big picture view; Strategic Insight and Integration>Effective decision-making; Strategic Insight and Integration>Influence decisions; Strategic Insight and Integration>Strategy development; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Incorporate risk management; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Innovative solutions; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Problem analysis and definition
    • Topics: Economics>Behavioral economics; Finance & Investments>Portfolio management - Finance & Investments; Pensions & Retirement>Retirement risks; Pensions & Retirement>Risk management
  • Enterprise Risk Management
    Enterprise Risk Management Actuaries are trained to measure and manage risks, for example, mortality, morbidity, interest rate, and asset ... that objective, although it's probably not the primary purpose.

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    • Authors: Max Rudolph, Francis Sabatini, Russell Osborn
    • Date: Sep 2000
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>General business skills; Strategic Insight and Integration>Big picture view
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Professional development; Enterprise Risk Management>Financial management