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Risk Managers on the Rise: Three 40-and-Under Talents Look to Make Their Marks

When most people conjure images of top-performing risk managers, they probably picture executives with many decades of experience.

But the truth is, being a world-class risk manager is less about age and more about having good instincts, and the right training, when it comes to identifying potential threats to business.

“I worked at CNN Center in Atlanta for a couple of years. When Turner purchased New Line Cinema and Castle Rock Entertainment [both in California], they needed people in risk management to be on the West Coast because of the time difference—and because that’s where the exposure is. So I moved into entertainment and relocated.”

What does Matthews enjoy about the profession?

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