Professor Jean-Paul A. LOUISOT, ARM, FIRM, holds PhD in Management Sciences (Université PARIS 1
Panthéon Sorbonne – 2014), a mining engineer degree, a Master in Economics and an MBA from the
Kellogg School of Management. He has worked in risk management for over forty years, as a broker, an
underwriter and a risk-manager.
Since 1993, his activity is focused on teaching and coaching post graduate students and risk
management professionals, while still acting as a part-time risk manager.
As curriculum director for CARM_Institute, Ltd, he supervises the ERMP (Enterprise-wide Risk
Management Practitioner) and EFARM (European Fellow in Applied Risk Management) programs. After
nine years at Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University, he now teaches postgraduate courses in Risk
Management at the Institut Catholique de Lille. He is a frequent speaker in professional conferences in
Europe, in Australia, and in the USA. He is currently developing the material for the European
designation, Rimap, promoted by FERMA.