GARP has provided a few sample questions for the ERP Exam. These questions can be downloaded form the below link:
Question: I know ERP and FRM are two different certifications, but I would like to know which one is more beneficial from a career perspective? Should I do FRM or ERP if I want to be in the risk management field? Answer: Here are some details and comparison points about these two exams: 1. Both
When you complete your ERP risk certification fro GARP, you not only become an expert in the subject, but also greatly improve your career prospects. With the increasing global energy requirements, the demand for trained energy risk professionals is increasing. This article briefly looks at the career options for ERP professionals. Industries The energy risk
For those of you who are new to this certification, ERP is a certification program offered by GARP for energy risk professionals. In this article, we will talk about how to prepare for the ERP exam, what are the topics covered, and other exam preparation details. To start with, you must know that ERP is
In this article, we will understand the concepts of “storage” and “convenience” yield with reference to commodities and energy markets. We will also look at how storage and convenience yields impact the commodity prices. Storage refers to physical holding of a commodity. By keeping an inventory of the commodity the holder of the commodity can
People looking for pursuing the ERP certification are expected to have relevant experience in the energy industry. They should also be familiar with at least one of the energy component commodities such as oil. Once you are certified as an Energy Risk Professional, you will be able to use the ERP acronym after your name.
Recently, the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) started a new certification program for energy risk professionals. This article provides an overview of the ERP certification, its benefits and the uniqueness of the program.
An energy risk professional is someone who deals with the diverse range of energy commodities and is responsible (directly or indirectly) for managing the risks inherent in dealing with these commodities.