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Listed below are all upcoming PRMIA events, including local PRMIA Chapters. Click on the event name to learn more or register. Select another tab to filter by category.

The Risk Management Challenge is a case competition that empowers undergraduate and graduate students by taking them beyond the classroom and giving them exposure to real-world business situations. The Challenge offers students the opportunity to apply the concepts they have learned and showcase their knowledge, critical thinking skills, leadership, and presentation abilities while competing to win a US$10,000 prize. We are grateful to the following PRMIA Chapters for their support and participa

When: December 1 - April 20, 2021

NEW COURSE! 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: March 23 - May 3, 2021

Where: Virtual Course

NEW COURSE! We are entering a time where the speed at which decisions are made is critical. Ensuring your models work with comprehensive testing and evaluation is key for successful ML projects.  Join PRMIA and QuantUniversity for this 6-week program geared towards practitioners!

When: March 30 - May 4, 2021

Where: Virtual Course

NEW COURSE! Learn how to audit ML and AI models in this 6-week program geared towards practitioners.

When: April 1 - May 6, 2021

Where: Virtual Course

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: What is reputational risk? How is reputational risk linked to the code of conduct? How do you influence the development of a code of conduct that truly reflects the corporate values and idiosyncrasies but also complies with corporate social responsibility/ESG factors? How do you provide awareness of the code of conduct that sticks to minimize reputational risk? Join this webinar and learn the answers to these questions.

When: April 21, 2021

Where: Thought Leadership Webinar

Explore the impact of COVID-19 and gain critical insights to a way forward in the EMEA markets. Globally, the COVID-19 pandemic, has changed both our individual behaviors and economies. Business leaders and risk managers face a growing list of new risks, challenges, and opportunities involving credit and counterparty risks. In order to not only survive but succeed in this ever evolving landscape, there is an urgent need to identify, assess, manage and control these credit risks.

When: April 22, 2021

PRMIA Hyderabad launches their Chapter and presents a virtual event: Nuances of Risk Management Amid Radical Uncertainties.

When: April 23, 2021

Thought Leadership Webinar: Hear from a seasoned practitioner about the lessons learned from validating hundreds of models over the last decade. Take away information you can apply to your own models after hearing about issues others have had.

When: April 28, 2021

Where: Thought Leadership Webinar

Are you keeping up with the LIBOR transition?  This course will teach you comprehensively what you need to know during this historical LIBOR transition. This is a self-paced program developed and moderated  by a chief risk officer and quant developer/IT professional.

When: May 4 - July 30, 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

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

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

Just Enough Python For Data Science – Finance Edition

In this 3-part self-study online course, gain an understanding of the core Python constructs needed to build scalable data science and machine learning applications. 

Where: Self-Study

Machine Learning and AI for Financial Professionals

Learn how to build pragmatic AI and ML applications with case studies in finance. Python knowledge required.

Where: Self-Study

Model Risk Management for Machine Learning Models

Address the key model risk management and validation challenges when deploying data science and machine learning models in the enterprise. 

Where: Self-Study

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