Banks and other financial institutions lost billions of dollars due to their failure of analyse credit risks correctly. Even when financial institutions do not suffer direct financial losses due to default or market movements, they may be receiving an inadequate return for the risks involved.
With leveraged instruments set to remain a standard part of corporate capital structures, in both the private and public equity markets, knowing how to analyse credit risk remains key to avoiding losses and to maximising returns.
This 3-day course covers the major financial statement and ratio analysis, borrower due diligence, default and recovery analysis, loan structuring and credit proposal preparation so that participants can master all the essential credit, structuring and writing skills in analyzing the borrower risk and preparing an effective credit application.
The 3-day course uses a combination of practical credit analysis framework based on the trainer’s 20-year banking and credit experience, actual recent Asian credit cases, as well as hand-on exercises to enhance the attendees’ knowledge and application of credit analysis.