New FRM graduate program at University of Toronto Rotman School

Andy Nguyen

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The University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management is launching a new graduate program in financial risk management. An intensive eight-month program for recent graduates with solid quantitative skills from undergraduate university programs, the Master of Financial Risk Management (MFRM) is designed to prepare students for in-demand careers in risk management and trading.

The program will be taught by leading researchers in risk management and finance including Prof. John Hull, Maple Financial Group Chair in Derivatives and Risk Management; and Prof. Peter Christoffersen, TSX Chair in Capital Markets; who are co-directors of the program. In additional industry veterans including Adjunct Professor Richard Nesbitt, CEO of the Global Risk Institute in Financial Services (GRI), and former COO of CIBC; and Dean Tiff Macklem, former Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada; will also be involved in the program. Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Alexandra MacKay will serve as academic director of the new program.

The first classes for the MFRM program begin in September 2016. Complete program information, including how to apply, is online. The program will be officially launched during the School's Open House on October 17. Registration for the Open House is available.

New Graduate Program in Finance and Risk Management Launched at UofT's Rotman School of Management
 
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