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What's it really like to work in the risk sector? Find out here...

What's it really like to work in the risk sector?  Find out here... The UK risk and insurance market is the third largest in the world.  With 300,000 people employed in specialist roles and a further million in related activities it won't come as a surprise to know that there are all kinds of jobs available around the world. 

We've collected a group of risk professionals from around the globe to feature on the website as case studies so you can find out what it's really like to work in the sector, wherever you are.

Take Yi Guang Low for example, an aviation broker based in Singapore.   His job is to arrange reinsurance and insurance coverage for aviation-related occupancies for airlines, aircrafts, airport terminals and aviation-related products.  He also gets to travel a lot too.  Click here to read his case study.

Alissa VanBrunt is Head of Claims at a leading insurer.   She came to London from the US six years ago and last year she won the 2011 Young Broker of the Year Award.  You can read her case study here.

Peter Elliot, Head of Marketing at Bluefin, believes the satisfaction of providing a valuable service that makes the world a better place, is a key benefit of working in the risk sector.  Click here to find out more of what he has to say.

From broking to underwriting to IT and project management, there are hundreds of roles available in the risk sector (In fact, you can find out more about some of the roles here).  In the meantime, take a look through some of the case studies and see what kind of role might appeal to you.

And if you're not on the site, and want to be out next case study, email

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