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RPM Faculty Access

Download and Access instructions

RPM is a stand-alone client application that runs on any Windows (10 or higher) system. The software connects to the RPM servers through an Internet connection and allows students to watch and manage their portfolio 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Step 1 - Download Rotman Portfolio Manager (RPM)

Step 2 - Download the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1

If you’re using Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, or Windows Server 2019, we recommend installing .NET Framework 3.5 through the control panel.

How to Get Started

Step One – request a demo account 


To request a free demo account, Click Here.


Step Two – set up your RPM class


Download and install RPM, log into your professor’s account and set up your class (or classes) with our easy-to-use administration panel. You can customize the class welcome message, trading permissions, starting cash, trading dates, margin trading, portfolio constraints, financing rates, and many more settings.


Step Three – distribute the class code/password to your class


After your RPM class is set up, you need to distribute the class code and password to your students. As the professor, you are entitled to one free trading account for use/demonstration. In regards to the deployment of accounts to your class, accounts can either be University-paid (prepaid) or student paid.

    • University Paid: The professor can “pre-pay” for student accounts. Students can then register themselves to the professor’s class without having to purchase their own account serial keys.
    • Student Paid: Each student must go to the RPM account site and purchase a serial key for a Standard Account for $35 CAD. A student will be able to create a single RPM account using this serial key and join your class in RPM.


University-wide license: Universities that are using RPM in many classes may bundle their accounts and receive a volume discount. Please contact us at if you would like to discuss this in detail.