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Credit Analysis

  • Taught by Leading Credit Practitioners
  • Builds Specialized Skill Sets
  • Intensive Workshops Available

These courses provide an overview of the fundamentals of credit analysis for today’s marketplace including how to conduct and write credit analysis reports; managing loans and loan portfolios; structuring term- and asset-based loans; and managing workouts and business bankruptcies. They are ideal for MBAs, recent college graduates, and professionals who currently work with, or who wish to transition into, the credit area.

Managing a Commercial Loan Portfolio

Learn to underwrite and manage a portfolio of commercial mortgages and syndicated, middle-market, asset-based, and trade-finance loans.

2018 Fall
1 section

Structuring Term Loans, Syndicated Transactions, and Project Finance

Examine how to underwrite and syndicate revolving credit and term loans to finance working capital, equipment, acquisitions, and projects.

2018 Fall
1 section

Writing a Credit Analysis II

Learn to evaluate and explain the risk in borrowers’ accounting principles, financial projections, and business practices.

2018 Fall
1 section

Bankruptcy, Workouts, and Reorganizations

This course—designed for bankers, workout specialists, lawyers, and other business personnel—examines corporate Chapter 11 bankruptcies.

2018 Fall
1 section

Intensive Workshop: Credit Training Program

This seminar is designed for junior banking officers and for those in the financial services industry who seek to improve their credit skills.

2018 Fall
1 section

Writing a Credit Analysis

Learn to evaluate and to explain repayment of an asset-based, revolving credit, term, or commercial mortgage loan.

2018 Fall
1 section

Negotiating Loan Agreements

Review key elements of sample loan agreements for both bank standard loan agreements and private placements.