Virtual Learning & Development Courses



PRMIA is pleased to offer an array of online training throughout the year. Our academic and risk industry practitioners are subject matter experts in their specialized fields and have designed courses based on the latest trends and practices impacting today's global financial markets.

Please contact us if you are interested to learn more about our customized classroom training programs.

Analysts, portfolio managers, and risk managers need the ability to analyze data and apply various methodologies for evaluation of risks. In this course, we cover various modern statistical methods for analysis of risks. Participants must be able to download R / RStudio for this course. Instructions are provided in the course. If necessary, please work with your IT department to ensure you can download this free, open source software. Or use a personal device.

When: January 18 - February 28, 2022

Where: Virtual Course

Redesigned! Become familiar with the basic categories of financial risk and their associated terminology, as well as how they interact, change, and escalate. This course defines four financial risk categories – market, credit, liquidity and interconnected financial risks. Each lesson includes lectures, supporting materials, and exercises.

When: January 25 - February 21, 2022

Where: Virtual Course

New Course! Attend our newest course on climate change and climate risk management in the financial sector. The course explores the ways in which climate change drives traditional risk types, how climate-related risks can be identified, measured and managed, and the emerging opportunities in climate finance.

When: February 22 - March 21, 2022

Where: Virtual Course

As banks get to grips with the volume of new regulation, maintaining compliance with all requirements has become a strategic objective for many. Banking regulation has therefore been one of the highest growing sectors of finance in the last decade and arguably the least likely to be negatively impacted by cyclical (housing bubbles) and structural (Brexit) winds, quite the opposite.

When: March 1 - May 16, 2022

Where: Virtual Course


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