Employer Testimonials


“Analytical functions across the insurance industry, covering finance, risk management and actuarial, are well served by internationally acknowledged and recognised qualification standards. Given the increasing  importance of Catastrophe Risk Management within insurance industry, it is great to see the ISCM releasing a vendor agnostic structured training course. These qualifications should provide those considering a career in Catastrophe Risk Management a structured path for development and accreditation, and assist potential employees in their candidate selection process”


Liberty Mutual

“Liberty Mutual actively encourages and supports employees in their pursuit of meaningful career development and growth. The availability of a targeted and credible credential program for the increasingly important role of Catastrophe Management is necessary and welcomed. We are promoting pursuit of the Catastrophe Risk Management credentials within our catastrophe management job family and supporting it through our professional education framework.”


Guy Carpenter

Guy Carpenter fully supports the CSCR/CCRMP designation as a standard adopted by the industry for credentialing and career pathing cat analysts in a manner consistent with their actuarial colleagues.”


Munich Re

“Munich Re encourages and supports employees pursuing life-long learning for personal and professional development.  Munich Re provides financial assistance and education incentive bonuses for approved programs and courses, which reinforces and recognizes the mutual benefits derived from continued education.  The Certified Specialist in Catastrophe Risk (CSCR) and Certified Catastrophe Risk Management Professional (CCRMP) have been newly added to our list of approved programs, incentivizing employees in the cat modeling/cat risk management roles to pursue these designations.”



“AIR is pleased to be partnering with the iCAS and ISCM on this new educational initiative. We are happy to support any program whose goals are better and more intelligent use of extreme event models, and this program in particular provides a broad industry perspective that fits very nicely alongside vendor specific programs such as AIR’s CEEM.”