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Credit Analysis

Programme Benefits

bulletAnalyzing Credit Risk - ensure you take everything into account.
bulletAssessing Credit Risk - determining the positives and negatives.
bulletEvaluating Credit Risk - making and taking the balanced decision.

Programme Outline

Whether you want the whole package or just one element we can tailor-make a training solution to fit your specific training needs. The core content can be developed to suit your business need whether it is basic (credit analysis for real beginners), intermediate or advanced.

The training topics to be covered include:

Financial Analysis
bulletunderstanding and developing an appreciation of breakeven – the cornerstone of all businesses
bullet financial sensitivity analysis to really understand where the financial sensitivities are in a profit and loss account
bulletcash-flow dynamics – past, present, and future
bulletunderstanding and interpreting balance sheet, profit and loss and cash flow ratios
bulletfinancial budgeting and performance monitoring
Non-Financial Analysis
bulletindustry analysis
bulletproduct and market
bulletthe business’ internal operating cycle
bulletmanagement assessment
bulletproactive SWOT analysis – breathing life into a SWOT analysis
Presenting Outcomes
bulletpresenting outcomes / recommendations / approvals both efficiently and professionally to tell the relevant elements of the case
Facility Structuring to Include Protecting Exposures via:
bulletappropriate covenanting
bulletterms and conditions both precedent and subsequent
bulletdue diligence reporting
Dealing With The Early Warning Signs
bulletinternal and external indicators of distress
bulletparty investigations
bulletaction planning to resolve
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Last modified: Februar 17, 2011