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Risk is a fact of life in an uncertain world, and credit risk has played a central role in recent economic recessions, especially during the 2008 financial crisis and the more recent 2020 COVID-19 pandemic crisis. As large and small enterprises in the public and private sector grapple with the financial consequences of periodic economic downturns, the skills needed to evaluate, manage, and mitigate credit risk to ensure the efficient flow of capital from lenders to borrowers are as vital as ever for professionals seeking to gain an edge in the financial industry.
The Certificate in Credit Risk Management is designed to provide you with key tools and insights to identify and manage credit risk among private and public entities in global markets. You will learn critical skills such as how to evaluate borrowers using financial ratios, assess the strength and quality of cash flows, and identify and mitigate credit issues. Throughout the program, you will be taught by credit risk professionals who will provide hands-on, experiential learning opportunities to apply your newly developed skills in real-world situations.
This rigorous certificate program is designed primarily for individuals seeking core knowledge in credit risk management. Early-career professionals will find this to be a valuable credential to possess as they target a role requiring these skills within private firms such as banks, insurance companies, finance companies, rating agencies, advisory firms, as well as public entities. The Certificate consists of two required foundational courses and two electives, and it is expected to take up to two semesters to complete.
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You'll Walk Away With
- Knowledge of key financial ratios used to analyze credit risk
- The ability to apply credit risk management tools and techniques to assess creditworthiness
- An understanding of the role of a financial risk manager