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FRM is a globally renowned certified course that is accepted by corporates in the market as a professional certification for banking and finance professionals. It is administered and regulated by Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP, USA).

The FRM online classes of Financial Risk Management course by GARP, USA is a comprehensive course which helps students plunge into the application depths of risk management tools and investment management techniques.

If you are looking at your future goal as a Risk Management professional, Trading specialist, Structuring expert , Financial Modeling expert, etc. FRM USA is the go-to course for you.

Syllabus for FRM Training in India 

The syllabus for FRM training covers fundamentals and theories of risk management. Specific weighting are as below:

  1. Foundations of Risk Management (20% weightage in FRM)

This division works on student’s knowledge of risk foundations and how managing risk is advantageous for organizations. It further includes – 

  • Data quality management – Gives insight about monitoring, planning and controlling data. It also defines data quality thresholds and rules.
  • An understanding of the trade-off between risk and return and corporate risk governance. Learn different methods that a company uses to minimize financial losses and much more.
  • Ethical considerations – Categorizes what is deception and social breaching.
  • The construction of efficient portfolios – Gives an optimum solution of the ‘efficient’ parts of the risk-return premium space.
  • Fundamentals of asset pricing models – Streamlines theoretically appropriate required rate of return of an asset and fosters decision making
  • Enterprise risk management frameworks – Gives insight into a plan based business strategy for identifying and curbing hazard
  • A deep review of major financial disasters – Gives detailed information about major loopholes in financial systems.

2. Quantitative Analysis (20% weightage in FRM)

Quantitative analysis tests student’s statistical knowledge and basics of probability, time series analysis and other various techniques involved in quantitative risk management such as – 

  • Monte Carlo methods – Gives insight into a broad class of computational algorithms.
  • Volatility forecasting models – Helps forecast implied volatility for assisting traders.
  • Value-at-Risk estimation – Expect to learn deep Statistical analysis of historical market trends and volatilities to estimate.

3. Financial Markets and Products (30% weightage in FRM)

Financial Markets and products, helps students learn everything about financial products and the overall trading markets. It includes other major components like – 

  • Futures and forwards – Expect learning about fundamental differences of both contracts and much more.
  • Equity options, swaps, and other derivatives – It will help you manage and speculate risk.
  • Commodities, Currencies, Corporate bonds and interest rates – You will learn deep concepts and fundamentals of various instruments and Commodities. 
  • Arbitrage & Hedging – Expect a root-level understanding of arbitrage arguments and hedging related to these financial products.

4. Valuation and Risk Models (30% weightage in FRM)

Valuation and Risk models, includes full information regarding valuation techniques and risk models. It includes- 

  • Stress testing – Learn the importance of “robustness”
  • An understanding of the Black-Scholes-Merton model – Learn about the complex dynamics of a financial market.
  • Basic bond valuation and bond hedging – Learn more about long term debt instruments.
  • Valuation using binomial trees – Get insights into binomial lattice for valuations.
  • Value-at-Risk (VaR) – You will learn how to Quantify organizational risk.
  • Expected and unexpected loss estimation – Learn about measuring and loss optimizations.

There are no minimum eligibility requirements to write the FRM Part 1 exam. You are eligible to take the part 1 exam even as an undergraduate (Final Year of Graduation) However, you have to pass FRM Part-1 exam to take FRM Part 2. 

FRM Part 1 

  • Foundations of Risk Management
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Financial Markets and Products
  • Valuation and Risk Models

As such, there are no minimum eligibility requirements to write the exam, even an undergraduate (Final Year of Graduation) is eligible to give the FRM Part 1 exam and you can take the FRM Part 2 only when you complete the FRM Part-1 exam.  

FRM Part 1 

  • Foundations of Risk Management
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Financial Markets and Products
  • Valuation and Risk Models
Rs. 17999 Rs. 19999

Course Includes

    FRM Part 1 

    • Foundations of Risk Management
    • Quantitative Analysis
    • Financial Markets and Products
    • Valuation and Risk Models
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