PRMIA Events

The PRMIA global network provides opportunities to learn best practices and network. Listed below are all upcoming PRMIA events, including local Chapters. Click on the event name to learn more or register. To view or change the list of chapters to which you subscribe, edit your profile.

Chapter events are open to PRMIA members and non-members. Associated event speaker presentations are limited to PRMIA Sustaining and Contributing members.

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NEW COURSE! When talking about risk management, we mostly talk about the risk within financial institutions: banks, asset managers, insurers, etc. However, non-financial companies, which form a much bigger part of the economy, are also exposed to financial risks and devote significant resources to risk management. In this course, we will reveal and discuss the basics of Corporate Financial Risk Management.

When: April 20 - June 14, 2021

Where: Virtual Course

Thought Leadership Webinar: Learn about the second comprehensive analysis of the implementation progress of the reporting framework outlined by the voluntary Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) in the banking sector. This webinar will look into endorsement trends, implementation maturity, best practices and recommendations on how banks can improve their implementation of TCFD.

When: May 12, 2021

Where: Thought Leadership Webinar

This training course is designed to fill the knowledge gap for LIBOR transition and prepare participants to address the multitude of challenges they are likely to face over the next year. It is self-paced and can be started at any time after registration.

When: May 17 - August 27, 2021

Where: Virtual Course

PRMIA Boston is pleased to invite you to a virtual panel highlighting the impact of climate change on global financial markets.   A group of leading experts will explore the impact of climate change across different asset classes, along with ways that leading investment organizations are beginning to implement models designed to both manage risk and capitalize on new investment opportunities. Our expert panel will explore how financial markets have priced in climate change, along with financial

When: May 25, 2021

Where: Virtual Chapter Event

Thought Leadership Webinar: Humanity is increasing its potential for digital innovations continuously, is demonstrating being a strong partner against climate change permanently, and is using deep tech for leaving viable footprints on Earth responsibly! For providing real sustainability, the term of ‘E.S.G.’ should be an absolute perception of stakeholders’ visions at every time.

When: May 26, 2021

Where: Thought Leadership Webinar

Customize your summer schedule with upcoming courses from our training partner, QuantUniversity. Courses start June 1.  Mix and match from: Machine Learning Bootcamp | AI Risk Management Series | Live lectures | Workshop: Making learning pragmatic & actionable

When: June 1 - September 9, 2021

Where: Virtual Course

The COVID-19 pandemic caused a massive disruption in the usage of risk models in banks. Some models have failed in the crisis, others were used with significant judgmental overlays, and most have been regularly re-calibrated as the pandemic effects vary. Compounding the COVID-19 effects are regulatory requirements and models' increasing time to market. Institutions realize that even when they have a clear strategy, having them deployed months later is unsustainable, especially in a rapidly chang

When: June 3, 2021

THE ONGOING PANDEMIC has leapfrogged digitalization efforts and exposed cyber vulnerabilities. The Risk & IT communities need to frame a common set of definitions. Practitioners need to be aware of the latest thinking around best practices & governance, as a cyber-attack has proven it can cause significant damage and disruption to an organization. There are an escalating number of cyber-attacks raising concerns worldwide. Thank you for joining us to learn more in this ever-changing cyber risk la

When: June 7 - June 8, 2021

Thought Leadership Webinar: This webinar looks at a rough taxonomy of country crises, what sort of macro crises can transpire, their non-linear characteristics, and what might be “red flags” to watch for.

When: June 9, 2021

Where: Thought Leadership Webinar

Newly 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: June 22 - July 26, 2021

Where: Virtual Course

Thought Leadership Webinar: To assess the quality of a firm with respect to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) aspects, it is common practice to blindly rely on ESG rating providers. But to what extent can we really rely on these ratings?  Do you know that apart from methodology changes, rewritings of potentially the entire historical database by one of the major rating agencies can occur on a weekly basis?

When: June 23, 2021

Where: Thought Leadership Webinar

Thought Leadership Webinar: This webinar features a detailed discussion around the challenges that investors face when dealing with Emerging Market currencies.

When: July 14, 2021

Where: Thought Leadership Webinar


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