Title links lead to book details on the IFoA Library catalogue. From here IFoA members and students can 'Request' the book from the IFoA Library Service, subject to availability.
- Financial enterprise risk management. 2nd ed. ** Sweeting, P. Cambridge University Press, 2017. ISBN: 9781107184619
(Borrow from libraries) | Access ebook after member login to Actuarial Knowledge Hub or via Athens - see special instructions below.)
Financial enterprise risk management. [1st ed.] ** Sweeting, P. Cambridge University Press, 2011. ISBN: 9780521111645
(Borrow from libraries | Access eBook after member login to IFoA eLibrary via Athens*) [Errata for 1st edition book]
- Enterprise risk management from incentives to controls. 2nd ed. Lam, J. Wiley, 2014.
(Borrow from libraries) | Access eBook after member login to IFoA eLibrary via Athens*)
- Practice Note on enterprise risk management for capital and solvency purposes in the insurance industry. International Actuarial Association. 31 March 2009
- Insurance criteria: Evaluating the enterprise risk management practices of insurance companies. Standard & Poor's.
Details of direct references to these sources are given in the appropriate Units of the Core Reading.
* Non-IFoA members registered to take the IFoA SP9 exam can contact Library Service to request an Athens account to access the eBooks listed above until the end of the exam period.
** Note: The second edition of Financial Enterprise Risk Management by Paul Sweeting, published in 2017, is the core reading cited for this exam since 2018. The IFoA Library service now makes this available as an ebook. IFoA members and students can login with their member credentials here, reaching the Actuarial Knowledge Hub, where the book title is listed top among eBooks and Journals. The first edition remains available and is available to borrow or access as an ebook.
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