FRM Tutorials In Memnagar Ahmedabad
FRM is a globally recognized and professional certification for banking and finance professionals. It is considered to be an exclusive certification in the area of risk management and finance. The professionals holding FRM designation are considered as the most qualified in the industry.
The exam is conducted twice in a year that is in May and November. Any graduate is eligible to apply for the same.
Extensive Classroom Training
Comprehensive Study Notes
FRM Part -1 Exam: One can start FRM immediately after class 12th.
FRM Part-2 Exam: You are required to complete the FRM part 1 exam.
Note- You can write both part 1 and part 2 in the same attempt.
Duration – FRM can be completed in 6-12 months depending on whether you appear for both the groups together or one after another.
Who does FRM?
Anyone who is interested in Capital Markets or portfolio management can opt for FRM course.
People having experience in diverse field including IT.
What areas of Risk Management can I work in?
Equities and Fixed Income
Asset and liability management
Credit risk derivatives and Exotic options
Some Companies that hire FRM
Forefront Capital Management
In order to appear for the FRM Exam, there are no educational and professional prerequisites to take the exam. However the candidates are required to
• Pass two successive examinations and have a minimum two years of experience in the domain of financial risk or a related domain.
The work experience can be in the areas like industry research, portfolio management, trading, risk consulting and faculty academic.
The candidates can enroll with Rankers Choice to optimize their chances of clearing the examination.
FRM Part 1
The test paper consists of 100 questions with duration of four hours. The questions included cover he following sections.
Quantitative Analysis – 20%
Foundation of Risk Management – 20%
Financial Markets and Products – 30%
Valuation and Risk Models – 30%
FRM Part 2
The test paper consists of 80 questions with duration of four hours. The following subjects are covered in the examination.
Market Risk Measurement and Management – 25%
Credit Risk Measurement and Management – 25%
Operational and Integrated Risk Management – 25%
Current Issues in Financial Market – 10%
Risk Management and Investment Management – 15%
The exam comprises of multiple choice questions. Part 1 exam is held in the morning whereas part 2 exam is held in the afternoon. The examination does not have any negative marking for wrong answers. GARP calculators are allowed during the examination. After six weeks of examination, the students receive the results via email. The candidates are given quartile results which depicts how he/she has performed in particular areas as compared to the other candidates.