In the multi-finance business, credit analysis plays a very important role because understanding the concept of credit analysis helps to carry out credit analysis correctly, minimize the risk of credit to be given, arrange Credit Facilities, Credit Monitoring, and Relationship Management Techniques. It has 4 components which are widely known as The “4 Cs” of credit—capacity, collateral, covenants, and character—provide a useful framework for evaluating credit risk.
In this course, participants will learn more about credit analysis and other aspects that will greatly affect the company's financial state.
By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
Understand the concept of credit analysis
Able to do credit analysis accurately
Able to minimize the risk of credit to be given.
Able to arrange Structuring Credit Facilities, Credit Monitoring, and Relationship Management Techniques.
Finance, Accounting, Credit, Operations, Sales & Markets, Account Executive
Financial statement analysis and interpretation
Testing the Corporate Financial Statements: testing the accuracy of the data in the financial statements, testing the relationship with the accounts in the financial statements
Financial Ratio Analysis: calculate and determine the level of liquidity and corporate profitability, calculate and determine corporate finance, determine the financial strength of the corporation
Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
Investment Credit Analysis
Working Capital Credit Analysis (Cash Loan and Non-Cash Loan)
Cash Flow Analysis: analyzing operating and non-operating cash cycles
Cash Sources and Uses Analysis: Identify and analyze the sources and uses of cash, short-term and long-term analysis
Integrated Case Study Project Assignment (Cash Working Capital Loans and Non-Cash Loans, Investments and Arrangement Facilities)
Fund Needs Analysis: determine operational funding needs, Identify and analyze working capital
Business Growth: predicting business dynamics with SPACE analysis method, estimating funding requirements with fast and pro forma methods, calculating and determining the balance of growth, sensitivity analysis.
Business Failure Prediction: predict business failure with Z score method, determine business failure criteria