Is that FRM? We think it’s good and you should do it.
Won’t do FRM, doing PRM instead. FRM is an annuity to GARP with little in return… Already have other annuities in the future to pay… This certificate if of 5 risk mgmt classes.
PtrainerNY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > FRM is an annuity > to GARP with little in return… What makes you say that the return is little? I am not denying what you say, but would like to know your reasoning/logic behind the statement.
anupamjain008 Wrote: > What makes you say that the return is little? I am > not denying what you say, but would like to know > your reasoning/logic behind the statement. Maybe trainer has missed the test several times; the PRM exam is made up of several parts while for the PRM exam you’re tested on the entire curriculum at one single time. If you miss (again and again) and finally give up on it, it could become “an annuity with little return”.
Just saying FRM you have to pay an annual fee for the rest of your life to FRM. PRM is free upon passing. Having to pay off CFA & CPA, I don’t need another expense. FRM & PRM are good learning experiences. However, for Risk a certification can only do so much. PhD & Ms are more valuable.
appx 10,000 posts on FRM in this forum over the past several years. Use “Search” and report back the best of what you find.
I was not asking about FRM. My original question was on something different. http://www.scps.nyu.edu/areas-of-study/finance/professional-certificates/financial-risk-management.html