Financial Risk Manager (FRM)is a prestigious designation for professionals focusing on the world of finance and risk management. At the beginning of 2009, Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) as an organizer for FRM examination drastically changed the exam format. FRM® degree, which previously could be earned through only passing one test, it has since 2010 subjected to the requirement of passing two consecutive tests.
FRM is deemed to be the global benchmark for risk management expertise. FRM was introduced for the first time in 1997. Its fast pace led to around 8,000 people taking the FRM® examination in 2007.
The objective of the BINUS FRM Training program is to help candidates willing to take FRM examination so that they can be well prepared to pass all the parts required in the test. In addition, participating at BINUS FRM Training enables participants to increase their career opportunity and broaden their network.
The program is an opportunity to realize the legacy of BINUS which is to nurture the archipelago through the pillar of education. Ricky Ichsan CFA, FRM, CFP, ERMCP, CFOS, CRMP was the speaker in the regular seminar themed FRM Executive Briefing held on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 on BINUS Senayan Campus – The JospehWibowo Center.
According to Ricky, FRM is considered a new field. However, despite its young age, FRM is indeed the Fortuna goddess for participants taking the training.
Ricky is aware that the discussions often brought to FRM are about the world of banking. Nevertheless, he is convinced that regardless of the industry a company focuses on, it will lead to the need of market share. Furthermore, the company will later find all the risks that it has to face.
“FRM holds an important role in a company. Every company focusing on any industrial field will concentrate on the market share. Truly, market share always goes hand-in-hand with risk. This is an excellent opportunity for those in the pursuit of FRM,” Ricky explained. (Karunia Fransiska)
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