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FRM - FINANCIAL RISK MANAGER(FRM)®

The FRM® designation is a professional certification offered by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP).

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The FRM® designation is a professional certification offered by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). The designation is viewed as the globally recognized gold standard for risk professionals. Since its inception in 1997, the FRM®designation has rapidly grown in popularity, with enrollment in the program increasing year after year, and exploding in the years following the global financial crisis of 2008.

The improper handling of potential market and credit risks in the early part of the 21st century led to a huge demand for qualified risk professionals who were able to define a firm’s risks clearly and accurately. Professionals holding the FRM® designation are often viewed as some of the most qualified in the industry, which led to the enrollment boom.

The scope is unlimited, though we have mentioned a very few amongst them below

  • CA’s can choose to set up their own independent practice and develop their clients on merit.
  • They can apply for job at an existing firm of Chartered Accountants.
  • They can offer their services in the field of capital market.
  • A qualified Chartered Accountant can join the Government Service, Public Sector or even in the Private Sector.
  • Institute of CA of India is also well recognized abroad like in England, Wales and Australia so one can even practice in these countries as well.
  • It is not necessary that a CA has to work only on number crunching and excel sheets. A CA employed with a firm can also contribute towards decision making and enhancement of profits for the firm.
  • As per a report by the Economic Times, there is a huge demand for CA’s in the manufacturing and financial services sectors (source: The Economic Times)
  • CA is emerging as a good career option for women as it allows work to be done at one’s own pace and time, and, also allows one to control the money flow. Besides, a CA is free to take break in his / her profession (as stated earlier).
  • According to TN Manoharan, former ICAI president, for 50 years till 1999, the number of women CA’s in country was 8%. In the past decade, the numbers grew phenomenally, and women constituted 16% of the nearly 1, 70,000 CAs in India. “The major push came from parents, who earlier discouraged daughters from private practice. More private companies and MNCs are hiring CAs and early entry through CPT, post-class 12, have allowed them to complete their CA before their parents get them married,” says Manoharan.

After passing in the 10th class or any course equal to that which is recognized student can apply to Common Proficiency Course (cpc). After 10+2 qualifying student need to qualify in CPT exam. After CPT IPCC, Article ship/ Training under a Practicing C.A will be for 3 years and CA Final are there. This is like four stage procedure.

The FRM designation is a professional certification offered by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). The designation is viewed as the globally recognized gold standard for risk professionals. Since its inception in 1997, the FRM designation has rapidly grown in popularity, with enrollment in the program increasing year after year, and exploding in the years following the global financial crisis of 2008.

The improper handling of potential market and credit risks in the early part of the 21st century led to a huge demand for qualified risk professionals who were able to define a firm’s risks clearly and accurately. Professionals holding the FRM designation are often viewed as some of the most qualified in the industry, which led to the enrollment boom.

In order to obtain the FRM designation, candidates are required to meet two key requirements:

Successfully pass two separate FRM exams, and complete a minimum of two years of full-time work experience in the field of financial risk, or related areas.
The work experience can be related to fields like portfolio management, industry research, trading, faculty academic and risk consulting.
Since the FRM designation relates primarily to the field of finance, only finance-related vocations are considered as acceptable work experience.

A 100 question multiple choice exam, the FRM Part 1 Exam focuses on the tools used to assess financial risk: quantitative analysis, fundamental risk management concepts, financial markets and products, and valuation and risk models. FRM Part I is always offered in the morning and must be completed in four hours or less. FRM Part 1 Videos and FRM Part 1 Online classes are also provided.

The FRM designation is a professional certification offered by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). The designation is viewed as the globally recognized gold standard for risk professionals. Since its inception in 1997, the FRM designation has rapidly grown in popularity, with enrollment in the program increasing year after year, and exploding in the years following the global financial crisis of 2008.

The improper handling of potential market and credit risks in the early part of the 21st century led to a huge demand for qualified risk professionals who were able to define a firm’s risks clearly and accurately. Professionals holding the FRM designation are often viewed as some of the most qualified in the industry, which led to the enrollment boom.

In order to obtain the FRM designation, candidates are required to meet two key requirements:

Successfully pass two separate FRM exams, and complete a minimum of two years of full-time work experience in the field of financial risk, or related areas.
The work experience can be related to fields like portfolio management, industry research, trading, faculty academic and risk consulting.
Since the FRM designation relates primarily to the field of finance, only finance-related vocations are considered as acceptable work experience.

The Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) Exam Part II is the second of two exams that comprise the FRM Program. The FRM Part 2 Exam, in addition to other requirements, must be passed in order for an individual to become a Certified FRM. The FRM Part II Exam focuses on the practical application of risk management tools covered in Part I to specific areas of risk management such as credit risk, market risk, and operational risk. In addition, the FRM Exam covers the application of risk management tools and techniques to the investment management process. Questions are designed to be practical and related to real-world work experiences and candidates are expected to understand risk management concepts and approaches as they would apply to a risk manager’s day-to-day activities. FRM Part 2 Videos and FRM Part 2 Online classes are also provided.

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