The FRM is the globally recognized professional designation for financial risk managers. Earning the FRM certification, gives you competitive advantage across a wide range of financial services professions, including: risk manager, analyst, trader, portfolio manager, auditor, developer, or salesperson. In financial risk management industry, this certification is a valuable career enhancer/accelerator.

Program Highlights

90+ Hours Live Online Interactive Class Qualified & Industry Experienced Faculty
LMS Dashboard For Students Performance Monitor and Feedback Topic Wise Quizes & Updated Curriculum Based Real Exam Like Mock Tests
Comprehensive Study Material Designed By Subject ExpertsExpert Support
Accredited CourseCourse Completion Certificate

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Exam Topic & Weights

Topics Exam Weight (%)
Foundation of Risk Management 20
Quantitative Analysis20
Financial Markets & Products 30
Valuation & Risk Models 30

Exam Registration & Fees: 21st November 2020 Exam

Note: The May 2020 FRM exam is postponed over Covid-19.
Program Enrollment Fee: US$ 400
Early registration fee US$ 425(ends 31st July 2020)
Standard registration fee US$ 550 (ends 31st August 2020)
Late registration fee US$ 725(ends 15th October 2020)


The first step to becoming an FRM, is passing a rigorous, two-part exam. To enrol in the program, register for the FRM Exam online via the GARP website The Exams are conducted in May and November each year. After passing both parts of FRM exam, candidates must demonstrate a minimum of two years of full-time work experience in finance or a related field to complete their certification.

A 100-question multiple choice exam, the Exam Part I focuses on the tools used to assess financial risk: quantitative analysis, fundamental risk management concepts, financial markets and products, and valuation and risk models. The m Part II exam is an 80-question multiple choice exam, emphasizing the application of the tools acquired in Part I: market, credit, operational and integrated risk management, investment management as well as current market issues.

In India the June 2017 exam will be conducted in 7 cities: Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi & Pune.

Candidates are provided with information about their quartile rankings for each section of the Exam. The result is either pass or fail.

May 2016 Exams Pass Rates: FRM Pt I: 44.5% FRM Pt II: 50.1%

No work experience is required to sit for the Exam; however, you must have at least two years of professional work experience to complete your certification and use the FRM designation.

The two designations attest to different skills and aspects of your capabilities and complement each other well. The FRM is focused on risk and tests your knowledge of market risk, operational risk, integrated risk management, valuation and risk models, and investment risk management. The CFA covers an overview of financial topics and does not cover risk in the same depth as the FRM. Many professionals choose to demonstrate their mutual competencies by earning both designations, especially given the prominent role of risk management in the global financial industry.

No, there is no exemptions for any candidates.

As the world’s most widely accepted risk management designation, the FRM differentiates you from your peers and validates your knowledge of the tools and techniques demanded by the risk management profession. There are currently more than 40,000 FRMs employed globally at nearly every major bank, asset management firm, hedge fund, consulting firm, and regulator.

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