Focus on RMA: New RMA Journal Microsite

Each week, “Focus on RMA” highlights a piece of RMA that makes it valuable to members and the industry. This week, we take a look at the new RMA Journal microsite.

The RMA Journal
is pleased to announce the launch of its microsite available through the RMA HQ website.

The RMA Journal is an award-winning, peer-reviewed publication that informs readers of best practices and industry developments that are essential to successful financial institution risk management. Published 10 times per year, it is the only professional journal written by risk practitioners for risk practitioners. With over a century of tradition behind it, the Journal remains an invaluable resource and learning tool.

The microsite offers readers a user-friendly, online destination to access Journal articles as well as other communications that the Journal team produces including RMA’s podcasts and books.

RMA’s podcasts have become a popular channel for members to receive critical RMA thought leadership. Averaging approximately 4,500 downloads a month, the podcasts often feature RMA Journal authors sharing insights from the articles they have written for the magazine, and regulatory updates from RMA Regulatory Relations Liaison Bernard Mason.

RMA books are another example of the Association’s commitment to enhancing the value proposition for its members. Featured in detail on the microsite, the books advance the best practices for measuring and managing risk across the enterprise.

The microsite also offers a history of the Journal, chronicling articles from each decade since the inaugural edition was published in 1919. You also have the opportunity to hear from professionals who rely on the Journal, and meet the RMA staff members who bring the publication to life.

Visit the microsite today.

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