Developed by the Society of Actuaries (SOA), the Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst (CERA) credential encompasses the most comprehensive and rigorous demonstration of enterprise risk management (ERM) expertise available.
Global demand for skilled enterprise risk management professionals is growing in nearly every industry. CERAs are working in:
The roles that CERAs are able to play are changing as well. CERAs can be found at all levels of an organization, including:
The CERA credential encompasses a world-class curriculum that combines actuarial science with the theoretical, practical and professional principles of ERM. Professionals must take five exams, two online courses and one in-person course on professionalism, as well as fulfill an educational experience requirement. Traditionally, it takes three to four years to complete.
Note that by taking courses offered by Binghamton University (most of which are required courses in the actuarial program), one can prepare for exams / obtain VEEs (shown in boldface above) that fulfil the CERA credential requirements.
To learn more, visit ceranalyst.org/fact.