Financial Risk Manager (FRM®)
The FRM® is an excellent way to develop and certify your expertise in finance risk management.
So you want to be a FRM®?
The right career choice
- Working in risk management:
- Build on your experience while enhancing your professional skills and knowledge.
- Looking to switch careers?:
- Make a move into risk management in a cost-effective way while acquiring in-demand skills.
- A Student:
- Demonstrate that you have the commitment and high level ability to succeed in risk management.
The value of the FRM®
- Knowledge and expertise: The FRM® program will give you a holistic view of risk management.
- Benchmark for Recruitment: Employers realize that the FRM® Program prepares candidates to succeed in Risk Management.
- Worldwide recognition: The FRM® designation is the best known and most respected designation for financial risk.
- A global network: Join a network with more than 58 chapters in 34 countries.
Get the skills
- The FRM® Program is designed to demonstrate your skills and knowledge in financial risk management:
- FRM® Exam Part I: Learn fundamental tools and techniques used in risk management and the theories that underlie their use.
- FRM® Exam Part II: Apply the tools and techniques covered in the FRM® Exam Part and dive deeper in investment management and current market issues.
+43 000 FRM® Certified
141 Countries around the world
240 hours average study time per level
How to become FRM® Certified
1- The requirements
There are no educational or professional requirements to sit for the FRM® Exam.
2- Register to the FRM® Exam
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3- Prepare the FRM® Exam
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4- Become FRM® Certified
In order to be certified as a Financial Risk Manager and be able to use the FRM® acronym after your name, the following is required: 1. Pass FRM® exam Part I & Part II. Once you pass the FRM® exam Part I, you must then pass the FRM® Exam Part II within 4 years 2. A minimum of two years professional full-time work experience in the area of financial risk management or another related field