PRMIA Announces Partnership with Intuition That Provides Online Learning to PRMIA Members
PRMIA is pleased to announce it has recently signed a partnership agreement with Intuition, a leading global knowledge management solutions company. This partnership will provide PRMIA members access to Intuition’s technology and financial services expertise through the Know-How Library and PRMIA Risk Awareness Program at preferential rates.
Intuition’s Know-How Library has been the market-leading online financial services learning catalog for many years, equipping over 1.5 million financial services professionals annually with the knowledge to deliver in the rapidly-moving global marketplace. The extensive Know-How product is trusted by the world’s largest investment and commercial banks, leading asset managers, insurance firms, regulatory bodies and professional services firms. The catalog’s coverage extends to all areas of the financial services sector including Capital Markets & Derivatives, Risk Management, Regulation & Compliance, Financial Analysis & Valuation, Wealth Management and Consumer/Retail Banking.
PRMIA Risk Awareness Program includes 33 key risk courses specifically selected by PRMIA from the Intuition Know-How Library which collectively represent the fundamentals of risk management that any professional new to risk or banking should be encouraged to self-study.
Niall Darby, Chief Operating Officer for Intuition, and a strong advocate of PRMIA says, “We are delighted to partner with PRMIA on this initiative. PRMIA has long been one of the leading forums for risk professionals, and we are very excited to bring our financial eLearning suite Know-How to its members.”
Keith Waitt, PRMIA Global Director of Business Development adds, “PRMIA is pleased to have secured this exclusive relationship with Intuition, whose Know- How Library we have admired for some time. By having the ability to provide this fundamental set of financial learning materials to our members at preferred rates, PRMIA has provided a clear first step in the learning and certification journey to become a risk professional.”
Learn more or purchase the Know-How Library or PRMIA Risk Awareness Program.
The Professional Risk Managers’ International Association (PRMIA) provides an open forum for the development and promotion of the risk profession. With chapters around the world, PRMIA is a non-profit, member-led association dedicated to defining and implementing the best practices of risk management in a broad range of industries through education, including the PRM™ designation and certificate programs; webinar, online, classroom and in-house training; events; networking; and online resources. More information can be found at www.PRMIA.org.