GARP Examinations

Welcome to the online exam registration system for the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP).

GARP is the premier association dedicated to the education and certification of risk professionals. Founded in 1996, the nonprofit organization has grown to encompass more than 100,000 members in more than 195 nations and territories around the world. GARP’s unmatched expertise in risk allows it to create world-class financial risk education programs, which are internationally recognized and highly valued.

Financial Risk and Regulation Series: Level 2 (Formerly ICBRR)

Risk and Regulation is a four-part, self-study course designed with mid-level risk professionals in mind, and builds upon the concepts covered in the Foundations of Financial Risk: Level 1 course. The course offers a detailed analysis of the industry’s current methodologies, and gives a comprehensive review of governance structures, market, credit, operational risk, and asset and liability management. Risk and Regulation teaches candidates to understand the issues related to the identification, assessment, and mitigation of risks, and prepares them to handle risks in the workplace.

*Candidates do not need to complete the Foundations of Financial Risk: Level 1 course before taking the Risk and Regulation: Level 2 course

Registration is now open. For any questions, please contact: gra.support@garp.com.

Course includes:

  • Printed Textbooks - including Market Risk Management, Credit Risk Management, Operational Risk Management and Asset and Liability Risk Management
  • E-Learning Components: A digital platform includes access to slides, quizzes, key concept analysis, and interactive case studies for nine months after registration
  • Formal Exam: The course culminates with a 175-minute, 80-question multiple choice exam administered by Pearson VUE
  • Internationally Recognized Certificate: Candidates who successfully complete the course and pass the exam will be awarded the GARP Financial Risk and Regulation certificate.

Scheduling Information

Candidates must schedule appointments at the testing sites in advance. The exam will be proctored in Pearson VUE’s testing facilities, which are located in 165 countries. All testing locations, dates, and times are subject to availability. Test candidates will be required to provide electronic signatures at all test centers with the appropriate equipment.

Last updated 2016-06-22