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Risk Management Programmes at the ICMA Centre

The ICMA Centre is now providing professional and academic programmes that specialise in Financial Risk Management. The new MSc in Financial Risk Management has been developed in close consultation with leading industry players to help meet the growing demand for properly qualified professional risk managers in banks, asset managers, corporates and regulatory bodies. Download Brochure.

Professional training for the PRM qualification is held weekly in central London in collaboration with 7City learning and the Professional Risk Manager's International Association (PRMIA). View Brochure Online or Download Brochure.

Both programmes are supported by the Professional Risk Manager's International Association: ?The ICMA Centre has been a leading light for the establishment of academic excellence in risk management. This degree is a reflection of their commitment to the highest international standards.? David R Koenig, Executive Director of PRMIA

Published 23 June 2006

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