Hull to Serve as Senior Advisor to the GARP’s Financial Risk Manager Advisory Committee

Finance expert John Hull will serve as senior advisor to the Global Association of Risk Professionals’ Financial Risk Manager (FRM) advisory committee. In the role, Hull will help ensure the coverage, completeness and relevance of the FRM program, playing a role in overseeing the review of existing material and the creation of new material in the FRM program.

Hull is an internationally recognized authority on derivatives and risk management, currently serving as the Maple Financial Professor of Derivatives and Risk Management at the University of Toronto’s Joseph L. Rotman School of Management. In 2016, he was awarded the title of professor, an honor granted to only 2% of the University of Toronto’s faculty.

Hull is a published author of four risk books, including “Risk Management and Financial Institutions” (now in its fifth edition) and “Options, Futures and Other Derivatives” (now in its 11th edition). Hull is also a winner of the Nikko-LOR research competition for his work on the Hull-White interest rate model and the Financial Engineer of the Year award by the International Association of Financial Engineers.

“We are thrilled to have John providing his expertise to the FRM advisory committee,” Richard Apostolik, president and CEO of the GARP, said. “As demonstrated by the 70,000 certified FRMs in the world today, the program’s tradition is one of quality and consistency. John’s knowledge and experience will significantly aid the FRM’s continued development, improvement and refinement.”

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