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Old 07-11-2019, 03:03 PM
komorgan komorgan is offline
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Default Which Exam To Take: Investment Risk Management or ERM?

I'm wondering which of these two exams I should take. I'm leaning towards Investment Risk Management, since it's only a 2-hour exam and, unlike ERM, it doesn't have a case study. But is there any reason why it may be better to take ERM instead? Thanks.
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I took IRM because it was 2 hour and I didn't care about the CERA. The FSA would be enough for me. My thinking was take whichever will be easiest to pass, and ERM didn't sound fun for me. IRM was basically a recap of the non-technical components of advanced. But you've probably already chosen by now...
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