The GARP SCR Certificate is designed to guide professionals in anticipating and managing climate risk. The curriculum and exam will help you lead your organization forward. Sign up for this on-demand webcast to learn more about this timely certificate based on the most current thinking on climate risk and sustainability.
We’ve designed our Sustainability and Climate Risk certificate to help risk professionals prepare for change, then set and manage standards for years to come.
Bill May is Global Head of Certifications and Educational Programs at GARP and is responsible for both the FRM and ERP programs. Prior to joining GARP, Bill had over 20 years of market experience including serving as a Senior Director in Fitch Ratings’ credit market research group and as a Senior Research Officer at UBS Wealth Management. He has worked for several buy-side and sell-side firms including Bank of America and Federated Investors as well as specialty firms like Andrew Kalotay Associates and Law and Economic Consulting Group. He began his career in the research function of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and has worked on the Open Market Trading Desk and as a bank examiner. Bill holds a BS in applied mathematics and economics from Stony Brook University; an MBA and an MA in economics from Fordham University; an MS in financial engineering from the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, and an MS in Applied Statistics from Columbia University’s Teachers College where he is currently pursuing a PhD in measurement, evaluation, and statistics.
Magdalena Noga Estrada is a Vice President at GARP with responsibilities in the Sustainability and Climate Risk certificate program, and previously worked on the FRM Program. Prior to joining GARP, Magdalena served as a Research Analyst at SNL Financial in the areas of energy securities and regulation, as a legal researcher for Pearson, and worked for the financial litigation unit at the US Department of Justice. Magdalena obtained her MSc Economic History from the London School of Economics and her MA Global Studies from University of Wroclaw in Poland.
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