Financial Risk Manager-FRM—Part I Review course

The FRM designation is proving year after year to be a valuable credential to employers at commercial and investment banks, insurance firms, brokerage firms, corporations, consulting firms, asset management firms, regulatory bodies, academic institutions, corporate treasury operations and software vendors worldwide," said Richard Apostolik, GARP President and CEO. "Based on its growth, earning the FRM designation has become the standard financial risk managers must meet in order to objectively demonstrate competence in the profession of financial risk management. We see more and more established firms such as KPMG, Morgan Stanley, Genworth Financial and NY Life requesting that their candidates for senior level risk manager positions have the FRM."

Developers for Training and Consultancy is proud to introduce exclusive in Egypt the second run of the reputable international certificate : Financial Risk Manager-FRM

FRM accredited by GARP, UK
Global recognition and respect for the FRM designation is dramatically growing. FRM is certified byThe Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). GARP is an independent non-partisan international association, committed to the Risk Management profession. GARP was founded in 1996. In 2010, GARP had about 150,000 members from 195 countries and 174% increase in membership since 2005. In September 2010 GARP announced that it had registered its 100,000th individual for the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) Exam, the global benchmark for financial risk management professionals.

The main components of the Financial Risk Manager Tainting and Examination FRM Part I
Covers, in detail, basic financial instruments, markets and concepts, and risk measurement using VaR. Objective is to ensure the FRM candidate has a good understanding of the basic tools necessary to be a successful financial risk manager. Exam questions would test more on understanding concepts than application. 4 hours, 100 multiple choice questions:
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FRM Part II
Covers financial risk management implementation issues and concepts. Will extend risk measurement beyond VaR, and includes some additional subject areas. Exam questions test candidate’s knowledge about more advanced uses and applications of the instruments and tools covered in Part I. The questions would be more case study and practice orientated versus those in Part I.
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Foundations of Risk Management Quantitative Analysis Financial Markets and Products Valuation and Risk Models

Market Risk Measurement & Management Credit Risk Measurement & Management Operational/Integrated Risk Measurement Management Risk Management in Investment Management Current Issues in Financial Markets.

About the Instructors Differentiate yourself
The FRM is a vital differentiator for the professional risk manager. The FRM program stresses the body of knowledge required of a professional risk manager to face current and future risk management challenges. In an environment where institutions retrench and cut costs and jobs, the FRM distinguishes those professionals committed to updating their skill-base. The program designed to allow immediate application of learning to daily activities. The Institute for Financial Analysts-IFA, Lebanon is a firm specialized in training courses for professional designations, and seminars for business decision makers. IFA offers preparatory courses for Financial Risk Manager in Lebanon, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Jordon and now in Egypt, in association with Developers for Training and Consultancy.

To register contact us
Website: www.developers-egypt.com Email: info@developers-egypt.com Tel: +202 26909 557 —+202 26909 558 Fax: +202 22910743 Mobile: 01068822010

Part I Fees: USD 3,000 Discounts apply for early and group registrations

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