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Certification in Risk Management Assurance 

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Drive Risk Ready

The Certification in Risk Management Assurance® (CRMA®) focuses on the key elements to unlocking internal audit’s full potential, and validates one’s ability to provide advice and assurance on risk management to audit committees and executive management.

Earning the CRMA helps address the impact of risk and demonstrates you have the ability to:

  • Provide assurance on core business processes in risk management
    and governance.
  • Educate management and the audit committee on risk and risk
    management concepts.
  • Offer quality assurance and control self-assessment.
  • Focus on strategic organizational risks.
  • Add value for your organization as a trusted advisor.
  • Increase earning potential by up to 51 percent.*

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CRMA Exam Update 

 

Online Testing Now Available

To support the continued professional development of CIA and CRMA candidates around the world and in response to test center closures, The IIA now offering online testing. Watch this video for more information.

Online Testing 


Latest Certification News Certification Spotlight

New CCMS Launched

CCMS Unavailable: 8–15 MarchThe IIA launched the new Certification Candidate Management System (CCMS) on 23 March 2020 after completing an extensive process to enhance the customer experience. CCMS is now fully operational and available for all certifications-related activities.

Learn about CCMS improvements.

Meet CIA, CRMA Maja Milosavljevic

Maja MilosavljevicMaja Milosavljevic was born in Belgrade, Serbia, where she finished her bachelor studies in accounting, auditing, and financial management as the best student in her class. She then completed her master studies in the same area at the University of Belgrade.

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*According to The IIA’s 2017 Internal Audit Compensation Study, the average salary of internal auditors who hold one or more certifications is 51 percent higher than that of peers with no certifications (based on U.S. responses).