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Average salary for Risk & Actuary professionals


Top Risk & Actuary Salaries - By  Title

 

Title Average Salary Full Access

MD

$205,000  Get full report

Senior MD/Head Of

$167,000  Get full report

Director

$160,000  Get full report

VP

$113,000  Get full report

COO

$93,000  Get full report

Manager

$89,000  Get full report


The highest paid Risk & Actuary professionals are MDs at $205,000 annually. The lowest paid Risk & Actuary professionals are Interns at $32,000.

 



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Top Risk & Actuary Salaries - By  Location

 

Location Average Salary Full Access

Saudi Arabia

$245,000  Get full report

Bahrain

$174,000  Get full report

UAE

$141,000  Get full report

Switzerland

$140,000  Get full report

South Korea

$130,000  Get full report

Japan

$125,000  Get full report


Most Risk & Actuary professionals using Emolument work in Uganda for an average salary of $74,000. The best paid Risk & Actuary professionals work in Saudi Arabia for an average salary of $245,000.

 


Top Risk & Actuary Salaries - By  Sectors

 

Sectors Average Salary Full Access

Investment Banking & Markets

$101,000  Get full report

Asset & Wealth Management

$100,000  Get full report

Independent Brokers

$83,000  Get full report

Mining, Metals & Minerals

$82,000  Get full report

Research Firms, Data Vendors & Rating Agencies

$80,000  Get full report

Retail Banking

$74,000  Get full report


The most represented industry for Risk & Actuary professionals on Emolument is Electricity. Risk & Actuary professionals in that industry earn an average salary of $68,000. The highest paying sector for Risk & Actuary professionals is Investment Banking & Markets, with an average salary of $101,000.

 






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