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    FRM Course Overview

    Best Financial Modeling and Valuation Program

    The Financial Risk Manager (FRM) is a globally recognized certification for professionals specializing in risk management within the financial industry. Administered by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP), the FRM program provides a comprehensive understanding of various financial risks and the tools to manage them effectively. 

    Join the TWSS FRM coaching to prepare for the exams with the help of the best faculty in India. It enables candidates to build a strong conceptual clarity that helps them excel in the areas of Risk Management, Portfolio Management, and Finance.

    Here are the eligibility criteria to register for the FRM course:

    • You should hold a bachelor’s degree in any field *(gives flexibility to individuals from various fields to take up the course)
    • You can register for the Part 1 exam while pursuing your bachelor’s degree
    • To get the FRM certificate, you should complete 2 years of mandatory work experience in the field of risk management
    • Qualify in both parts of the FRM exams within 4 years of registering for Part 1

    The Wall Street School FRM classes are designed to allow students to learn the updated syllabus within 4 months. This helps the students to complete their certification within the least possible time allowing them to start earning ASAP.

    There are 2 parts of the FRM course. Both Part I and Part II exams consist of multiple-choice questions and are held on the same day. The exams are rigorous, testing candidates on their theoretical knowledge and practical application of risk management concepts. You can attempt the FRM exams twice a year in May & November.

    The course structure of the 2 part FRM exams is as follows:

    1. Part I: This section covers the foundations of risk management and includes topics such as:

      • Quantitative analysis
      • Financial markets and products
      • Valuation
      • Risk models

    It tests candidates on their understanding of the tools and techniques used to measure and manage risk.

    2. Part II: Building on the foundations established in Part I, the second part delves into the practical application of risk management concepts. It covers topics like:

      • Market risk
      • Credit risk,
      • Operational risk, 
      • Risk management, 
      • Investment management, 
      • Current market issues

    Why should you choose the FRM classes? Here are some of the key benefits:

    • Global Recognition: The FRM certification is accepted in more than 195 countries across the globe, indicating a high level of expertise in financial risk management.
    • Career Advancement: Holding an FRM designation can open doors to advanced roles in risk management, portfolio management, and other finance-related positions. As of today, almost 3,00,000 FRMs are active members of GARP.
    • Industry Relevance: As financial markets become more complex, the need for skilled risk managers has grown. The FRM program equips professionals to navigate these complexities effectively.
    • Networking Opportunities: GARP provides a platform for FRM candidates and certified professionals to connect, share insights, and stay updated on industry trends.

    FRM-certified professionals are in demand across various sectors and job roles, including:

    Sectors

    Job Roles for FRMs

    Banking

    Asset management

    Consulting

    Regulatory bodies

    Risk Analysts

    Portfolio Managers

    Risk Consultants

    Chief Risk Officers

    FRMs can earn huge salaries in these roles while working with corporates and financial institutions. Depending on their experience, their salaries can start from INR 6-10 Lakhs and can even go over 20 Lakhs p.a. To kickstart your dream career, join the best FRM coaching in India provided by TWSS. Our elite panel of educators, past results, placement assistance, and thorough study materials make the FRM classes highly sought after.

    It is our mission to make learning affordable for the students. Hence, the fee for our FRM coaching is fixed at a reasonable amount of Rs. 30,000.

    Why Choose The Wall Street School for FRM Classes?

    Exhaustive Prep Material

    No other extra preparation is required apart from the Material referred to in our course.

    Core Practical Approach

    We follow core practical approach while explaining each and every concept of examination.

    Official Prep Provider

    We’re an official Exam Prep Provider (EPP) of GARP institute for both online and offline training.

    Training by Risk Experts

    Our trainers are FRM charter holder with years of experience in Risk modeling with top Banks.

    Online Self Study

    Study at your own pace and time and comfort. You work on models simultaneoulsy watching videos. Stop, start, pause at your convenience.

    Placement Assistance

    The WallStreet School provides 100% placement assistance to the delegates who have successfully completed one of our Investment Banking training programmes.

    Experiential learning

    Our trainers are Ex-consultants and Ex-investment bankers of reputed companies sucha as Mckinsey and Goldman Sachs. They bring real business problems to the classroom.

    Transparent Placements

    We are the only one in the industry to give you the contact details of our previously placed candidates.

    Best in Class Trainers

    Our trainers are Ex-consultants from Global Conglomerates such as McKinsey and Goldman Sachs, who bring their life business scenarios to the classroom.

    Industry Ready

    Our Courses & Certifications are becoming the go-to for practical financial skills. They blend academic theory with real-world know-how, preparing you for what the industry needs.

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    FRM Course Curriculum

    Accordion Content
    • Understanding of Descriptive and Inferential Statistics.
    • A flavor of probability, distribution like Normal distribution, lognormal distribution, Chi-square distribution etc. for statistical testing and application.
    • Understanding of how to apply regression and time series analysis in risk management and forecasting ex-ante risk..
    • Weightage of this section is 20%
    • Portfolio construction : Here, we’ll learn to construct an efficient portfolio. We’ll discuss the concept like Harry Markowitz’s efficient frontier and Capital asset pricing model. This subsection gives a glimpse of risk – return trade off with different financial ratios like Sharpe Ratio, Treynor ratio and others.
    • GARP code of conduct (Ethics) : Ethics is a very important ingredient of financial risk manager. GARP code of conduct helps candidates to understand the do’s and don’ts in the financial world.
    • Financial disasters and case study : This subsection highlights some past mishappening in the financial world, helps students to understand each case to save the financial world from future financial disasters like ENRON and LTCM. Understanding of the Ponzi scheme and incorrect approach in financial risk management is also covered.
    • Arbitrage pricing theory : It is an important concept to price any financial instrument on the planet. Once understood properly this will be leveraged in pricing of derivative and bonds in other sections of FRM level 1.
    • s one of the most complex and voluminous sections. It stands at a whooping weight of 30%. As the name suggests, this section helps to understand the basics of Financial market instruments like future, forward, equity options, swaps and fixed Income.
    • This section does not talk much about equity but delves in the discussion of the derivative products on equity and other instruments.
    • Candidates need to understand the pricing, payoffs and features of the financial instruments properly to score well in this section.

    What you learn:

    • This section is all about Value at risk and extreme measure of risk like Expected shortfall and unexpected loss. Candidates will develop a good understanding of stress testing, scenario analysis, which is one of the key features in calibrating regulatory risk and Enterprise level risk.
    • This section is also embedded with the concept of bond and option valuation. The weightage to this section is 30%.
    • This section can further be segregated into the following –
      • Valuation : Discuss some of the most interesting valuation concept of options like binomial model, BSM model etc. This section gives you a glimpse of Greeks in option and bond valuation.
      • Risk management: Make you familiar with the concept like VAR, Estimated Shortfall and Stress testing. This subsection is discussed in FRM level 2 in a very exhaustive manner.

    Market Risk is the most dynamic and interesting section of the entire FRM part II curriculum. Candidate must understand the VAR and ES calculation from Parametric and Non Parametric approach. Back-testing of these approaches are thoroughly discussed. As a risk manger one should understand the impact of correlation, properties and behavior of correlation in different market scenario. The four chapters discussed in this section on interest rate modeling will put you at par with industry veterans. FRTB, newly added capital requirement framework has been well explained in this section.

    The key points covered in Market Risk and Management are:

    • VaR and other risk measures (parametric and non-parametric methods of estimation, VaR mapping, Backtesting VaR, ES and other coherent risk measures, Extreme Value Theory (EVT))
    • Modeling dependence: correlations and copulas.
    • Term structure models of interest rates.
    • Volatility: smiles and term structures.
    • Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB).

    The most relevant discussion from the job perspective is credit risk. This section has highlighted all the possible modeling of Probability of Default (structural, reduced, factor model or credit scoring model). Counterparty risk which is the most prevalent job in the risk domain has thoroughly been discussed. Securitization and securitized product has also been discussed from the credit risk perspective.

    The key points covered in readings related to Credit Risk Measurement and Management includes the following:

    • Credit analysis
    • Default risk: quantitative methodologies
    • Expected and unexpected loss
    • Credit VaR
    • Counterparty risk
    • Credit derivatives
    • Structured finance and securitization

    Where firms undermine the importance of operation risk, FRM curriculum explains how to set proper risk culture and conduct in the firm. This section also discusses the implementation of ERM program, and principles for risk appetite frameworks. Candidate should also understand analytical discussion of operational risk measurement and reporting operational losses. Capital planning and recommended practices for stress testing are well explained in the latter half of the section.

    The key points covered in Operational Risk and Resiliency includes the following:

    • Principles for sound operational risk management.
    • Risk appetite frameworks and enterprise risk management (ERM)
    • Risk culture and conduct
    • Analyzing and reporting operational loss data
    • Model risk and model validation
    • Risk-adjusted return on capital (RAROC)
    • Economic capital frameworks and capital planning
    • Stress testing banks
    • Third-party outsourcing risk
    • Risks related to money laundering and financing of terrorism
    • Regulation and the Basel Accords
    • Cyber risk and cyber resilience
    • Operational resilience

    This section is a new entry in the curriculum after understanding the importance of liquidity. A lesson well learnt form 2007-08 financial crisis and recessionary period. Discussion is primarily on the transaction liquidity risk, funding liquidity risk, liquidity stress testing, reporting, deposits, repos and ALM.

    The key highlight of Liquidity Risk and Treasury Risk includes the following:

    What you learn:

    • Liquidity risk principles and metrics
    • Liquidity portfolio management
    • Cash-flow modeling, liquidity stress testing, and reporting
    • Contingency funding plan
    • Funding models
    • Funds transfer pricing
    • Cross-currency funding
    • Balance sheet management
    • Asset liquidity

    Now a day where factor investing is the norms across the Investment domain, a risk manger should understand the factors as the drivers of risk. This section make you well versed with single factor and multifactor model used to determine risk premium and alpha, and how one can construct optimum portfolio with different investment constraints and compare it against the benchmark.

    The key points covered in Risk Management and Investment Management includes the following:

    What you learn:

    • Factor theory
    • Portfolio construction
    • Portfolio risk measures
    • Risk budgeting
    • Risk monitoring and performance measurement
    • Portfolio-based performance analysis
    • Hedge funds

    Discuss the most pressing and relevant issues in the Risk domain. Include readings and research paper of practitioner and scholars. Highlight the challenges faced by Financial institution due transition of LIBOR and climate risk. Explains the importance of Machine learning and Big data for Risk Mangers. The sections also contain the most discussed issues of Covid19 from the perspective of financial risk management.

    The key highlight of Current Issues in Financial Markets includes the following:

    What you learn:

    • Reference rates
    • Artificial intelligence (AI)
    • Machine learning, and “big data”
    • Risk management implications of COVID-19 Phasing out of LIBOR
    • Climate risk
    • Cyber resiliency in the wider financial system

    Financial Modeling and Valuations Certification

    Once candidates are through with the FMVA Training, Candidates get certificate from The Wall Street School in Financial Modeling and Valuations. Certification from The Wall Street School is a revered Certificate in the Finance Industry recognized by Many Corporate and Financial Institutions. Sample Certificate is attached for reference

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    Placement Assistance Services

    The Wall Street School provides placement assistance to all its candidates. The candidates, once they complete the assessments are added in the placement pool of TWSS candidates seeking placements.

    We have a success based model. We charge a ‘Placement Success Fees’ of Rs. 75,000 once the candidate gets Placed through the affards of the The Wall Street School and Accepts the offer.

    FRM Course Fees and Admissions

    The program is meant for all candidates seeking to appear for FRM Part 1 or Part 2 exams conducted by GARP in the current or next year.
     

    Duration & Fees for Classroom/Live Batches

    Part I Program

    Fees - ₹27,000 Onwards

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    Part II Program

    Fees - ₹28,000 Onwards

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    Who can take up this course?

    Learn from Experienced Finance Professionals

    Financial Modeling and Valuations Certification training is conducted by Full Time industry experts who have themselves worked in major Investment Banks, consulting private equity and equity research firms.

    Hear from our students

    Explore firsthand accounts of student experiences. Hear their stories, triumphs, and insights that make our community exceptional. Real voices, real impact.

    As a CA dropout who had interest in finance & want to pursue a career in it but didn’t know where to start with, The Wall street school’s Investment banking program : Financial modeling & Valuation Course was the best choice I made, All the faculties are really professional & the case studies , financial models, valuations we did were as per industry standards, This Course has marked a new beginning to my career as it’s placement helped me get the job role I desired.

    Soumya Jaiswal Placement: USP House - Investment Banking analyst

    I had an exceptional experience at TWSS during my FMV courses. The faculty’s expertise and teaching methods were top-notch, providing a comprehensive understanding of complex financial concepts. One of the highlights was the workshop on valuation techniques, which not only provided valuable insights but also served as a stepping stone for those interested in pursuing a career in Investment Banking. TWSS’s placement cell was instrumental in securing placements for many candidates, and their support extended beyond initial placement, which is truly commendable. I am grateful to TWSS for helping me kickstart my career in Investment Banking.

    CA Himanshu Hemant Placement: IAPL-KW Capital Advisors LLP

    TWSS helped me finding the way in the world of finance in which I am having keen interest in learning and exploring the way how things work. It was a great learning experience for me. Every teacher here is experienced and expert in imparting the knowledge to the students, Manoj sir and Himanshu sir were of great help during the course and placement. I am grateful for their support and mentorship.

    Jaspreet Kaur Placement: Infra Advisors, Assistant Manager

    This course was instrumental in securing my placement. It provided a comprehensive understanding of key concepts, practical applications, and industry insights. The hands-on projects enhanced my skills, making me well-prepared for the competitive corporate world. Thank you so much to the team for guidance throughout in navigating the placement process. The team’s insights and support have been invaluable, and I truly appreciate the time and expertise. Grateful for your assistance in shaping my career path. Overall, a highly recommended investment in both knowledge and career advancement.

    Pashmeen Kaur Placement : IDFC First Bank-Credit Analys

    Throughout my journey with TWSS, I have been continuously impressed by the depth and breadth of the curriculum, as well as the dedication and expertise of the instructors. The hands-on approach to learning, combined with real-world case studies and practical exercises, has allowed me to develop a strong foundation in financial modeling and valuation.Moreover, the supportive and collaborative learning environment at TWSS has fostered personal and professional growth, enabling me to challenge myself, expand my horizons, and push the boundaries of my capabilities

    Prajwal R Bharadwaj Placement: Adrasti - Investment Analyst

    My journey with The Wall Street School has been a transformative experience. Through their comprehensive financial modeling and valuation classes, I gained invaluable skills and knowledge that prepared me for the finance industry. Also the placement process is very smooth and transparent. I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunities and support provided by The Wall Street School.

    Sagar Rana Placement: FAB Analytics - Financial Analyst

    FAQ's

    The FRM (Financial Risk Manager) course is a professional certification offered by the US-based Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). It equips individuals with expertise in managing financial risks. The topics covered in the course include:

    • Market risk
    • Credit risk
    • Operational risk

    The FRM exams consist of 2 parts having a total of 10 sections. Owing to the diverse topics covered and the international orientation of the course it is highly regarded in the finance industry across the globe, particularly for roles involving risk management. The TWSS FRM coaching prepares you to ace your exams and develop key skills that make you job-ready. We also provide 100% placement assistance to our FRM candidates. Join Now!

    To be eligible to pursue the FRM course, you need to obtain a bachelor’s degree. Although, you can write part 1 of the FRM exams along with the bachelor’s degree to save time. However, to obtain the certification, you should complete a minimum of 2 years of work experience in the field of risk management after completing the certification. You can join the TWSS FRM classes to prepare for the FRM exams in the current year or the next year. With detailed study material, expert faculties, and high success rates, it can be a guarantee for your success in the field.

    The roles of a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) and FRM (Financial Risk Manager) are different. CFA is a backward-looking profession that analyzes past performance, forecasts future performance, and advises on investment opportunities. FRM plays an active role in identifying, quantifying, and mitigating the risks faced by a business. In a nutshell, the CFA is more comprehensive and suitable for a broader range of finance roles while FRM is a specialist in risk management. Join the TWSS FRM coaching to become a specialist.

    As you know, MBAs are business administrators. Hence, they are responsible for activities related to the smooth running of the business. Disciplines like marketing, finance, IT, HR, etc. are a part of the MBA course. Essentially, they form a part of the operational management of the business. On the other hand, FRM plays an active role in identifying, quantifying, and mitigating the risks faced by a business. In a nutshell, the FRMs are specialists who advise the management to make business decisions that reduce the business risk.

    After completing the specialization in risk management from the TWSS FRM coaching and getting the certificate, you can start building your dream career. FRMs have a high demand in international businesses that operate in diverse countries as well as financial institutions. On average, the salary structure of FRM can be as follows:

    Levels

    Amount in INR

    Entry Level FRMs

    6 – 10 Lakhs

    Mid-Level Professionals

    10 – 20 Lakhs

    Senior FRMs

    20 Lakhs & above

    Opting for the FRM (Financial Risk Manager) certification can offer several compelling benefits for individuals interested in the field of financial risk management. Here are some reasons why you might consider pursuing the FRM designation:

    • Career Advancement: The FRM certification is highly regarded in the financial industry and can enhance your career prospects. It demonstrates your expertise and commitment to risk management, making you a more attractive candidate for job opportunities and promotions.
    • Global Recognition: The FRM designation is recognized worldwide, allowing you to stand out in the competitive global job market. It signifies your proficiency in risk management principles and practices, which can be valuable in both local and international job roles.
    • Specialized Knowledge: The FRM curriculum covers a wide range of risk management topics, providing you with in-depth knowledge and skills in areas such as quantitative analysis, risk modeling, market risk, credit risk, and more. This specialized expertise can set you apart in roles that require a deep understanding of financial risk.
    • Career Flexibility: The skills gained through the FRM program are applicable across various sectors of the financial industry, including banking, asset management, hedge funds, consulting, and regulatory agencies. This versatility enables you to explore different career paths within finance.
    • Higher Earning Potential: FRM-certified professionals often command higher salaries due to their specialized knowledge and the added value they bring to organizations. The certification can lead to better compensation and financial rewards.

    Ultimately, the decision to pursue the FRM certification depends on your career goals, interests, and aspirations within the financial industry. If you have a strong inclination toward risk management and want to excel in this specialized field, the FRM designation can be a valuable investment in your professional future.

    There is no restriction on when and how you take the FRM exams. But once you apply for the FRM part 1, you need to clear both levels within 4 years from the registration date. The best part about the FRM course is that you can pace your preparations as per your comfort. Typically, candidates take several months to prepare for each part of the FRM exam. The exams are held twice a year, and candidates can choose to take both parts on the same day or in separate sittings. To prepare for the exams effectively, join the TWSS FRM classes that help you prepare the latest syllabus within 4 months.

    • For Early registration : $600
    • For standard Registration $800 

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    For professionals in risk management or finance, the FRM course is highly regarded, enhancing expertise in financial risk. It can lead to career advancement and increased earning potential. TWSS provides the best FRM coaching in India that can help you complete the FRM certification with flying colors and advance your career quickly to realize the high earning potential of the field.

    • To earn the FRM Certification, you must complete the following steps:
    • Successfully clear the FRM Exam Part I.
    • Pass the FRM Exam Part II by the end of the fourth year after passing FRM Part I.
    • Provide evidence of two years of full-time work experience in a relevant financial risk management role.

    FRM Part I focuses on understanding of risk and financial risk. It covers: 

    • Foundations of risk management concepts
    • Quantitative analysis
    • Financial markets and products
    • Valuation and risk models

    The FRM Exam Part II cover in-depth concepts of Market Risk, Credit Risk , Liquidity Risk , etc . It covers:  

    • Market risk measurement and management
    • Credit risk measurement and management
    • Operational and integrated risk management
    • Liquidity and treasury risk measurement and management
    • Risk management and investment management
    • Current issues in financial markets

    Before enrolling in the FRM Program, no specific educational or professional prerequisites are required. You can register for the program without needing any specific qualifications or prior experience.

    • The amount of time required to prepare for the FRM (Financial Risk Manager) examination can vary significantly from person to person based on factors such as your background knowledge, experience, study habits, and familiarity with the material.

      However, GARP (Global Association of Risk Professionals) recommends that candidates devote approximately 200-240 hours of study time for each part of the FRM Exam. This is a rough guideline and the actual time needed may vary.

      Keep in mind that the FRM Exam covers a comprehensive range of topics related to financial risk management, including quantitative analysis, risk management foundations, risk modeling, market risk, credit risk, operational risk, and more. It’s important to allocate sufficient time for both reviewing the study materials and practicing with mock exams and practice questions to ensure a thorough understanding of the concepts and a successful exam outcome.

    The FRM Exam incorporates a moderate level of quantitative content. The mathematical complexity of the exam is akin to that of an advanced undergraduate or an introductory graduate-level finance course commonly taught at universities. While the FRM Exam emphasizes conceptual understanding, candidates are expected to be familiar with essential formulas and calculations and should be capable of their accurate application. It’s important to note that formula sheets are not provided during the exam.

    GARP (Global Association of Risk Professionals) aims to uphold a high-quality curriculum and the related study materials for their program. To ensure that the content remains current and precise, GARP conducts an annual review of the curriculum. Revisions and updates are implemented, and new study materials are typically made available on December 1st for the subsequent calendar year. This practice ensures that the FRM program’s content remains up-to-date and in line with the evolving field of financial risk management.

    To postpone an upcoming FRM Exam to the next available session, follow these steps:

    • Log in to your GARP account on the designated platform.
    • Navigate to the “My Programs” section.
    • Locate and select the “Exam Setup” button for the FRM Program.
    • Please note that switching exam months requires a paid registration.
    • You can change your exam date once for a fee of USD 250.
    • The deadlines for switching your exam month are as follows:
      • For May’s Exams, the last day to switch is March 31.
      • For the August Exam, the last day to switch is June 30.
      • For November’s Exams, the last day to switch is September 30.
    • Remember, you can defer your exam date within the specified periods and for a fee, but make sure to complete the process before the respective deadline for the desired exam session.
    • This is information is as per the GARP current guideline, may change in future.

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