To work in the entry-level position of risk analyst, you’ll need a year or two of experience (which can consist of a combination of an internship, co-operative education experience, or part-time job) in a risk management or financial associate position at a corporation. Risk managers must have at least five years of experience in risk management, and chief risk officers generally need a minimum of 10 years of experience in lower-level risk management positions.
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