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Why Pursue the FRM® Designation?

Why Pursue the FRM® Designation?

Posted by: Kaplan Schweser
September 22, 2016

Obtain the premier global certificate recognized among financial risk professionals and become a certified Financial Risk Manager. Obtaining the FRM® designation not only broadens your skill set, but it also permits you to:

Set Yourself Apart
A strong understanding of strategic risk disciplines has become essential in today's ever-changing marketplace. Expand your knowledge and comprehension of the financial risk concepts and set yourself apart from your competition.

Grow Your Global Networking Connections
Become recognized globally as a leader in financial risk management. The FRM Program has seen dramatic growth in global acceptance and experienced a compound annual growth rate of 29% in total registrants in the last 8 years. Grow your networking connections and join the elite group of over 32,000 global Certified FRMs.

Increase Your Opportunities
Boost your credibility and respect from employers, peers, and clients and maximize your personal and professional opportunities within the world of finance.

Before You Decide to Sit for the FRM® Exam: Advice from Past Exam Takers

As an aspiring FRM® professional, wouldn't it be great if you could ask a room full of designation holders for advice on how they got through the FRM exam process? The Kaplan Schweser team has enlisted the help of dozens of FRM® professionals and compiled their advice on how to achieve success on the exams and in the industry into this free eBook for you. 

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As a hiring manager, I am on the lookout for FRM holders, as I know that they possess a good breadth of risk management knowledge and quantitative capabilities.        

D. Logan, FRM, US