The Financial Risk Manager (FRM Exam) is a very popular risk certification exam conducted by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). The exam is conducted in two parts: FRM Part 1 and FRM Part 2. It’s a challenging exam and tests a student’s knowledge on a whole variety of topics related to financial markets and risk management. This page provides study and career resources to help you prepare and pass the FRM Exam.
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The FRM Part I curriculum covers these topics: quantitative analysis, fundamental risk management concepts, financial markets and products, and valuation and risk models.
The FRM Exam Part II requires the candidate to apply the concepts learned in Part 2. The key topics include: market, credit, operational and integrated risk management, investment management as well as current market issues.