This course deals with the background and resolution of debt restructuring issues and reviews techniques for limiting exposure.
This course will provide delegates with a structured framework for the comprehensive analysis of banks’ risk profiles.
This four-day course concentrates on single obligor analysis, both qualitative and quantitative. The topics covered enable credit practitioners to review real market situations and assess cash flow and credit implications.
This course gives participants a detailed understanding of financial statements, in the context of rapidly changing standards, for assessing financial risk.
Participants will learn how to explain to stakeholders complex concepts, including the definitions and measurements associated with various risks to which banks are exposed.
This course focuses on the importance of cash flow analysis in the credit assessment process. The course also deals with the credit risks of companies with international activities, and the difficulties involved when dealing with off-balance sheet and contingent liabilities.
This seminar is focused on the preparation of credit approval documents that summarise succinctly the overall credit risk exposure that an institution is asked to take on.
The participant will understand the process by which credit decisions are made and the critical risk factors that need to be considered. Appreciate the purpose of financial statements and the limitations of published information.
This seminar offers participants to understand why performance target is used for measuring employee’s relevance and how to balance work stress and resilience towards increase in productivity and reduce absenteeism.
This course enables participant to differentiate corporate irregularities and cyclicality, early warning signs of financial distress using projections models and also the market based credit models versus fundamental credit analysis.