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  • USD 795

  • online
  • Canada (Toronto) |
  • Anytime
  • Certificate

This course explores the development of risk financing strategies and the selection, implementation and monitoring of risk financing techniques. Starting with an overview of risk financing and techniques used for estimating losses arising from hazard risk, the course covers alternative financing techniques including insurance, self-insurance, retrospective rating, reinsurance, captive insurance and contractual transfer. It also addresses financial risk and capital markets and allocation of the costs associated with hazard risk.

Program Benefits

  • Understand the nature and purpose of risk financing.
  • Know how professionals offset the negative consequences of risk events.
  • Analyze and treat exposure to accidental and business losses.
  • Understand the criteria for making risk financing decisions.

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