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About FRM®

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The Financial Risk Manager (FRM) designation is an international professional certification offered by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). The FRM® Certificate has been adopted by companies as a benchmark to ensure their risk management employees are well versed in the latest financial risk concepts. The Certificate identifies risk professionals that are qualified to provide competent advice based on globally accepted industry standards and who are committed to personal professional development and ensures that they possess the body of knowledge necessary for independent risk management analysis and decision making


Exam Details

Part I

Part II

Time Limit : 4 hours 4 hours
Fees : Varies click Valies click
Format : Multiple Choice Multiple Choice
Number of question : 100 80
Pre-requisites : None Passing FRM Exam Part 1
Exam Dates : May & November May & November
Exam Results : Approximately 6 weeks Approximately 6 weeks

Note: Candidates may choose to sit for both parts on the same day, however if a candidate fails Part I their Part II exam will not be graded


FRM Part I: The FRM Part I curriculum covers the tools used to assess financial risk: quantitative analysis, fundamental risk management concepts, financial markets and products, and valuation and risk models.

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FRM Part II: The FRM Exam Part II focuses on the application of the tools acquired in Part I through a deeper dive into market, credit, operational and integrated risk management, investment management as well as current market issues

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FRM Exam Approved Calculators

Only certain models of Texas Instruments (BA II Plus) and Hewlett Packard (10B II, 20B, and HP-12C) calculators are allowed to be used during the exam

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FRM® Requirement

In order to be certified as a Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) and be able to use the FRM® acronym after your name, the following is required;