What is Risk in Financial Services?
The Risk in Financial Services qualification is a comprehensive global introduction to the major risk areas in financial services. It provides a sound grounding in the principles of the risk management framework and corporate governance and risk oversight. It covers specific techniques used in identifying, reducing and managing operational risk, credit risk, market risk, investment risk, liquidity risk and model risk.
Who should study the qualification?
The Risk in Financial Services qualification is aimed at risk teams, compliance teams, branch management, corporate lawyers, finance officers, senior managers of all disciplines and existing and aspiring non-executive directors.
This multiple choice question (MCQ) exam is computer based, consists of 100 questions and lasts 2 hours. CISI recommends a minimum of 154 hours study. Your exam may contain up to 10% additional trial questions.
The pass mark is 70%. The exam grades are as follows:
Pass with merit (91 – 100 marks)
Pass (70 – 90 marks)
Fail (0 – 69 marks)
CISI CBT exams are available on demand via a global network of test centres, find your nearest test centre. They are also available to sit via remote invigilation.
Re-sits: candidates may make a maximum of 6 attempts at the exam in any one year. Please see CISI’s Multiple Sittings Policy.
What do you get with Tadawul Academy?
- Video lectures
- Chapter summary slides
- Practice exam questions
- “Ask the Trainer” section to communicate with the trainer