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The traditional defense-oriented, insurance-based role of the risk manager is giving way to an opportunities-driven approach linked to corporate strategy—a trend that is pushing risk professionals to seek continuing education (CE) courses teaching the business skills they need to stay competitive in today’s market.

According to a recent RIMS study analyzing the evolving role of risk professionals, today’s risk experts are not only asked to protect a company’s balance sheet through insurance, indemnification and loss control—but are also tasked, at least in companies with active enterprise risk management (ERM) programs, with integrating big-picture financial objectives and strategic planning into their portfolio of duties.

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