IRM sets five year target after education overhaul

The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) will undertake a radical overhaul to become a leading provider of risk management education within five years. The revamp will include a review of the IRM's academic qualifications and restructuring of the membership grades.

Following a six-month strategic review, IRM chairman Ian McNeil and ceo Steve Fowler announced the future plan at the organisation's annual risk forum.

Mr McNeil explained: "The IRM today is successful. The membership is growing and

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