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An Introduction to the November 2013 FRM® Exam
Begin your FRM® exam preparation by viewing this free, on-demand streaming video covering valuable tips and strategies for the upcoming November 2013 exam.
The video, titled What Every Candidate Should Know, will cover the following topics:
- FRM® exam format
- Discussion of what's new in the 2013 curriculum
- Overview of the main topic areas and exam question types
- Valuable test-taking strategies
- Exam day FAQs
- Recent FRM exam pass rates
- Kaplan Schweser product overview
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Dr. John Paul Broussard, CFA, FRM
John is an Associate Finance Professor at Rutgers University's Camden, NJ campus where he teaches investments and corporate finance courses. John's academic research has been published in Financial Management, Management Science, Journal of Financial Services Research, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, European Journal of Operational Research and other journals. He received his BS and PhD from Louisiana State University and an MBA from Millsaps College. John has won and has been nominated for various teaching awards in his career, and has taught CFA® study review courses since 1999 in Europe, Asia and the US. John is a CFA Charterholder, a Certified Financial Risk Manager, and a Professional Risk Manager.
Dr. Greg Filbeck, CFA, FRM, CAIA
Greg joined the faculty of Penn State University, the Behrend College, as professor of finance in 2006 and holds the Samuel P. Black III Professorship of Finance and Risk Management. He has published more than 75 articles in refereed journals and authored five books. Greg is the recipient of the Penn State 2010 and 2012 Outstanding iMBA faculty member, 2011 Council of Fellows Outstanding Research Award, and 2013 Outstanding Service Award. His research studies are focused within the investments, portfolio management, and behavioral finance areas.
In addition to ten years of experience in academia (Miami University and the University of Toledo), he has seven years of experience as senior vice-president of Schweser, a division of Kaplan, Inc. At Kaplan, Greg headed the content and curriculum areas and started and led the marketing and sales areas. He has trained candidates for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Financial Risk Manager (FRM), and Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) designations on a worldwide basis. Greg earned his Doctorate in Finance from the University of Kentucky, his Master's in Applied Statistics from Penn State University, and a BS in Engineering Physics from Murray State University.