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Training unit
Captives and other methods of alternative risk transfer - one day course
Qualification unit
The objective of this unit is to develop an understanding of the role that risk financing and risk transfer play in risk management. This unit is tested by coursework assessment which includes a study text, with updates, and the marking of a series of assignments. Coursework assessment guideline...
Qualification unit
The objective of this unit is to develop an understanding of the strategic context within which an underwriting function is managed. This unit is tested by coursework assessment which includes a study text and the marking of a series of assignments. Coursework assessment guidelines and instructi...
Fact files | 28 Mar 2017
This fact file was last updated by in-house editors in March 2017. This fact file follows on from those on Risk identification and Risk quantification; it covers the decision processes required in order to set a risk appetite and then to execute a risk transfer plan.
CII Library | Article | Published 06-2012
Published in: The Geneva Reports, No. 6, Jun 2012, pp 45-60
Lectures | 01 May 2011
Transferability of successful aviation risk management processes? lecture given May 2001 by Christopher Hart (Deputy Chairman NTSB).
Lectures | 01 Jan 2010
Supply chain management - transferable or business risk? Lecture delivered by Nick Tilley (UK & Ireland Engineering Manager, Chartis Insurance UK Ltd.) on 26 January 2010.
Fact files | 07 Jun 2018
This factfile was last updated by Alan Punter in August 2016.
Fact files | 28 Feb 2017
This fact file was last updated by CII in-house editors in February 2017. Risk management has become widely established as good practice. Its objective is to reduce all risks to a level that has been formally confirmed as being acceptable. Risk identification is one of the first steps ...
 
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