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Submissions Needed for RIMS 2008 Risk Management Compensation Survey and RIMS 2009 Benchmark Survey™

2008 RIMS Benchmark Surveyâ„¢ Books available now!

RIMS is in the midst of collecting data for the 2008 Risk Management Compensation Survey and RIMS 2009 Benchmark Surveyâ„¢. Would you like to receive a free copy of the results of these Surveys? It's easy-simply provide your data today!

To suhmit data for the Compensation Survey, visit and complete a brief (less than eight-minute) survey. This report provides information to ensure that your company strategy is in line with the current salary and benefits in the highly competitive risk profession. The survey presents data for 15 job titles throughout the U.S. and Canada, ranging from entry to executive level. Submit your data before June 20 and receive a free copy of the final report in October-a savings of up to $250!

We'll be collecting info for RIMS 2009 Benchmark Survey throughout 2008, but why wait? Become a part of the industry's leading survey on policy renewal prices with industry data from nearly one third of the Fortune 500 companies and 70 industries. Visit and input your data. Or simply have your broker complete a broker authorization form. Contribute now and save 80 percent on the online survey and receive a FREE copy of the RIMS Benchmark Survey book!

Order your copy of the 2008 RIMS Benchmark Survey™ book today!
The 2008 RIMS Benchmark Surveyâ„¢ book is now available. Risk managers use the RIMS Benchmark Surveyâ„¢ book to monitor and evaluate programs, help negotiate program costs and design, and navigate the latest risk management trends. This book is the annual summary of the online version of RIMS Benchmark Surveyâ„¢ that is updated daily. New to this year's book is a special chapter dedicated to a Broker Services and Remuneration Study. Based on survey responses from more than 1,300 participants, the study found that insurance buyers benefited from a highly competitive insurance brokerage market in 2007. Survey results highlight that brokers are increasingly competing on the basis of services provided to clients, but there are significant differences by size of company and industry group in the types of services provided. The survey also quantifies the differences in average costs to insurance buyers of fee-based broker remuneration as opposed to traditional commission-based remuneration.

Contributors to the survey receive a free copy of the book, but additional copies are available at a cost of $50 for members. Non-contributors who are current members may order the book at for $500--a 33% savings over the non-member price.



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