For more than 20 years, the Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) has set the global standard for risk management. Developed by the world’s leading risk practitioners, the designation signifies a mastery of the skills and knowledge needed to help organizations succeed in today’s rapidly changing financial landscape. Its curriculum is updated annually by a group of distinguished risk professionals and leading academics of diverse backgrounds, ensuring that the designation meets the evolving demands of the global financial industry. Currently, more than 58,000 certified FRMs are employed internationally at nearly every major bank, asset management firm, hedge fund, consulting firm and regulator in the world. Registrations for the FRM Exams have grown by an average of 15% per year since 2010 and surpassed 80,000 in 2019, due to the rapidly increasing demand for professionals trained in measuring and managing financial risk. By achieving your FRM certification, you will be joining a worldwide network of professionals in more than 190 countries and territories that can expand your professional opportunities throughout your career. Moreover, employers know that FRMs have the knowledge needed to anticipate and respond to critical issues, providing them with an edge in their career and professional development.
The FRM certification program is specifically designed to equip modern-day financial risk managers with the requisite skills to be the risk champions of their organisations. It is the global gold standard for risk professionals
The FRM Examination by GARP is divided into two: =
The FRM Part I which covers the tools used to assess financial risk – Foundations of Risk Management, Quantitative Analysis, Financial Markets and Products, Valuation and Risk Models
The FRM Exam Part II focuses on the application of the tools acquired in the FRM Exam Part I through a deeper exploration of – Market Risk Measurement and Management, Credit Risk Measurement and Management, Operational Risk and Resiliency, Liquidity and Treasury Risk Measurement and Management, Risk Management and Investment Management, Current Issues in Financial Markets
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