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Joined: Jun 2011
Posted: 2011-06-17 04:11
Hi all,

I would like to debate with you the positive points of each of the two designations :

-PRM : Professional Risk Manager (given by PRMIA)
-CERA : Chartered Entreprise Risk Analyst (given by the SOA)

The CERA is a relatively new designation and it takes 4 actuarial exams plus a risk mangement module.


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Joined: Oct 2007
Posted: 2011-07-06 16:00
I finished my CERA about a year ago. On the plus side, I felt like I learned a lot. It wasn't as quantitative as I would have liked, but understanding the business side was great.

The negatives are taking the four preliminary exam to the risk management exams. Good to build you up to the math, but not entirely applicable.

If you are going for a designation, shoot for the PRM. It is all about risk management and it can be done in a much shorter time.

Another plus for the PRM is that recruiters are looking for PRMs, not CERAs which are still unknown.


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Joined: Aug 2011
Posted: 2011-08-13 09:08
agree, PRM/FRM


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Joined: Jul 2010
Posted: 2011-09-07 12:25
I did the FRM several years ago. Stuff was interesting. A bit superficial but it gave me a good introduction about market risk management.


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Joined: Jun 2013
Posted: 2013-06-23 23:23
hi..i want some insight on PRM..where do get the handbook?Can anyone please help me?


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Joined: Jun 2004
Posted: 2013-06-24 11:30
> Can anyone please help me?
Larry Page?

вакансия "Программист Психологической службы" -але! у нас ошибко! не работает бля-бля-бля -вы хотите об этом поговорить?
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