Please note that I moved your post to this thread that already discusses work experience. Unfortunately, GARP is the only one that can provide you with an accurate answer as to whether your work experience would be approved or not. You may be able to find others who have posted in this thread with the same experience, but you will want to contact GARP to be sure.
I was initially interested in the ERP certificate, but I noticed that exams have been discontinued. In consequence, I am now considering to take the FRM, and I have already registered to take SCR.
I am currently an international consultant focused on risks (both regulatory, financial, political and operational) for the energy sector, including the valuation of energy assets highly exposed to regulation and scenario building. Previously I have been a senior official of Energy Planning in my country and before that worked in the office of project and policy assessment for 3 years, so my job in the public sector has been largely focused on assessing projects for public investment in infrastructure and energy policy.
So, my questions are:
1) I am aware that my experience might best fit in the ERP certificate, but since it has been discontinued, do you think that it would qualify?
2) Is public sector and independent consultancy elegible as experience?
Please note that I have already contacted GARP on this, but I have not received a response yet.
I am working in an American Multinational Bank in FP&A profile. Not sure if the role is related to risk domain, Could you please advise if FP&A role will be considered as relevant work-ex for FRM charter.
I am thinking about taking the FRM but had a question around the experience requirement. Does the two years need to be in one role or could you use two different jobs? Also Would Credit Analyst(Commercial) and Auditor (Financial Services) likely be accepted?