Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuaries (CERAs)
The CERA is a global designation based on the principles of actuarial science and the framework of Enterprise Risk Management. You can find out more the global Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary designation at CERA global.
The CERA designation is granted to actuaries who have specialised in the enterprise risk management aspects of the program. CERAs are professionals who combine the educational, ethical and intellectual standards of an actuary with a deeper understanding of risk – and of how to manage it - in complex environments.
How to become a CERA
To be awarded the CERA designation from the Actuaries Institute, you need to:
- Pass the Foundation and Actuary Programs and so meet the Institute's requirements for using the designation 'actuary'.
- Prior to 2022 complete, or receive exemption for Course 7A - Enterprise Risk Management, which consists of the UK SP9 Examination and an ERM workshop.
- Submit an Application for CERA Designation.
- From 2022 a new ERM subject is being introduced under the Fellowship program and there is an intention that this will also lead to the CERA qualification. This subject is currently under assessment by a working group of the CERA Review Panel. Consequently, we are unable to guarantee that students taking the ERM subject in Semester 1 2022 will be eligible for the CERA credential. Please refer to the syllabus for further details.