Welcome to the website for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of RIMS! 

Mission Statement

Advance the Risk Management profession among our members, students and business community through educational programs, professional development resources and networking opportunities.

Our Events


  • Rocky Mountain RIMS at the Colorado Rockies - August 17, 2017

    Please join your Rocky Mountain RIMS colleagues for a fun afternoon of networking, a chance to discuss risk issues with fellow risk practitioners, and baseball!   A picnic lunch will be followed by the Colorado Rockies -vs- Atlanta Braves game.

  • July Chapter Meeting - registration coming soon!

    Date: Thursday, July 27, 2017
    Topic: Human Capital Risk and the Future of Total Rewards: Are You Ready for What’s Next?
    Speaker: Matt Kamensky, Willis Towers Watson


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  • While risk assessments enable organizations to understand their business issues and identify uncertainties, the best assessments go further. They prioritize top risks, assign risk ownership, and most critically, integrate risk management and accountability into front line business decision-making. Simply put, Continue reading