Use our exclusive FRM Directory tool to search for prospective employees, fellow FRMs, and risk professionals that have demonstrated expertise and leadership in the risk management field.
Education and professional growth in risk management does not end with your certification—consider it a life-long journey. We offer a number of ways you can continue to succeed, including Career Resources, Continuing Professional Development (CPD), Individual GARP membership (the world's largest risk community), and networking events and forums.
Risk management is an evolving discipline with new challenges emerging every day. These challenges make continued learning essential for FRMs. Our CPD program delivers a broad range of accessible learning opportunities and provides the tools you need to track and document your activities. FRMs and ERPs are expected to actively participate throughout their careers.
Addressing risk is a team effort, and with over 200,000 members in more than 190 countries and territories, GARP members are making a difference. GARP membership provides the risk community with engagement opportunities and a platform to have a voice in industry research. It also offers access to unparalleled networking opportunities, exclusive risk intelligence content, and much, much more. FRMs and ERPs receive special rates.
Career growth is an essential aspect of professional development. A range of employers and recruiters from across the risk management profession use this platform to recruit new candidates. Upload your resume/CV, set up a job alert, and search for new positions with investment banks, commercial banks, asset management firms, hedge funds, insurance companies, consultancy firms, and government agencies.
Join our professional chapters. With 20 chapters in more than a dozen countries around the world, professional chapters allow you to make valuable new contacts and learn about today's most important topics in risk management. As a member of our community, you can attend meetings anywhere in the world, including those outside your home region, and you will always be welcome to come learn and share your thoughts about risk management.