Updated Sep 15, 2022

How much does a Regulatory Risk make?

Updated Sep 15, 2022

Experience

Industry

$118,808 / yrTotal Pay
$97,606 / yrBase Pay
$21,202 / yrAdditional Pay

$118,808

 / yr
$76K$189K
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The estimated total pay for a Regulatory Risk is $118,808 per year in the United States area, with an average salary of $97,606 per year. These numbers represent the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated additional pay is $21,202 per year. Additional pay could include cash bonus, commission, tips, and profit sharing. The "Most Likely Range" represents values that exist within the 25th and 75th percentile of all pay data available for this role.

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For Risk Manager

$118,802 /yr
Risk Manager
$138,437 /yr
Senior Risk Manager
$135,401 /yr
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Risk and RegulatorySee 4 salaries from all locations

$155,046

 / yr

$111,216

 / yr

$149,480

 / yr

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Location

Total Pay

Base Pay | Additional Pay

Total Years of Experience

Years at Recent Employer

Submitted

Date of Time

Manager, Enterprise Risk Management

United States of America

 | 15+ years

$204,000

/yr

$184K | $20K

SubmittedYesterday

15+ years
Yesterday
Risk Management Analyst

United States of America

 | 1-3 years

$62,000

/yr

SubmittedYesterday

1-3 years
Yesterday
Catastrophe Risk Management Analyst

United States of America

 | 1-3 years

$80,000

/yr

SubmittedYesterday

1-3 years
Yesterday
Risk Management Analyst

United States of America

 | 1-3 years

$110,000

/yr

$100K | $10K

SubmittedYesterday

1-3 years
Yesterday
IT Risk Manager

United States of America

 | 7-9 years

$100,000

/yr

SubmittedYesterday

7-9 years
Yesterday
Risk Management

United States of America

 | 4-6 years

$110,000

/yr

SubmittedYesterday

4-6 years
Yesterday
Loss Control Manager

United States of America

 | 7-9 years

$120,000

/yr

$105K | $15K

SubmittedYesterday

7-9 years
Yesterday
Risk Manager

United States of America

 | 10-14 years

$170,000

/yr

$140K | $30K

SubmittedYesterday

10-14 years
Yesterday
Risk Management

United States of America

 | 4-6 years

$140,000

/yr

SubmittedYesterday

4-6 years
Yesterday

Regulatory Risk pay FAQ

The national average salary for a Regulatory Risk is $97,606 per year in United States. Filter by location to see a Regulatory Risk salaries in your area. Salaries estimates are based on 1 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Regulatory Risk employees.

The highest salary for a Regulatory Risk in United States is $150,355 per year.

The lowest salary for a Regulatory Risk in United States is $63,364 per year.

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