15th Survey of Emerging Risks Now Available
The Casualty Actuarial Society, Canadian Institute of Actuaries, and the Society of Actuaries Research Institute are pleased to make available results from the 2021 Emerging Risks Survey, the fifteenth in the series. Conducted by Max J. Rudolph of Rudolph Financial Consulting LLC, the survey incorporated a set of Emerging Risks defined by the World Economic Forum as the basis for several of the questions. The survey also included questions related to current risk management topics.
Questions are both quantitative and qualitative, encouraging consistency from year to year by maintaining response options and allowing evolving risk management practices to be shared. The survey results, especially the comments, give risk managers a way to network anonymously with peers and share the new ways they are thinking about risk. The organizations also released a Guide for Use to maximize results from the survey.
The sponsors would like to thank the following individuals for their input and review:
Victor Chen, FSA, FCIA, CERA
Steve Hodges, FSA, CERA
Dave Ingram, FSA, CERA, MAAA
Brian Fannin, ACAS, CSPA, CAS Research Actuary
Sandee Schuster, FSA, MAAA