The Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) designation is the globally recognized standard for those who manage risk. Certified FRMs are part of an elite, global network, and are valued by top employers across diverse businesses. The global FRM community is growing dramatically, with Certified FRMs represented at nearly every major banking institution, government regulator, consulting firm and financial services institution around the world. Certified FRMs have achieved positions such as Chief Risk Officer, Senior Risk Analyst, Head of Operational Risk, and Director of Investment Risk Management, to name a few.
What are the Benefits after Completing FRM?
The FRM certification, as the globally recognized professional designation for financial risk managers, clearly differentiates you from your peers, providing you with a competitive advantage with colleagues, clients and prospective employers.
What do the exams involve and when do they take place?
The FRM Exam is a pencil and paper multiple choice exam given in two parts. It is offered exclusively in English, twice a year in May and November. Each part of the FRM Exam is four hours long. Part I consists of 100 multiple choice questions and Part II contains 80 multiple choice questions.