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The Mechanics of Credit Risk Analysis

Dates available on application
Distance Learning Course
Further information available via event provider.
Training & Workshops, Compliance, Risk, Regulation
Banking, Consumer Credit, Mortgage & Home Finance, Wealth Management, Audit, Tax & Accountancy, Clearing Houses, Outsourcing, Energy Market Participants, Gaming, General Insurance, Investor Relations, Legal, Life Assurance, Pensions, Securities & Investment

Next course commences 11 October 2017.


With continued pressure to make sure the right lending decisions are being made and with increasing focus on risks and potential exposure, credit professionals face a real challenge when it comes to making sure their skills and knowledge are up to date and cutting edge. 

The course will enable you to: 

- Gain a clear understanding of best practice process from both a qualitative and quantitative perspective 
- Understand the environment and industry a potential client operates in, from a macro level and appreciate the specific risks associated 
- Review a company from a strategic perspective as well as management competencies 
- Determine how to interpret financial statements for credit with a focus on the quantitative risks 
- Project and forecast cash flows and financial statements 
- Accurately review and understand different pricing methods 
- Understand how to structure covenants which are beneficial for both the lender and borrower 
- Develop international best practices for writing credit reports

1.An Introduction to Credit Risk Analysis 
2.Credit Risk Applicable to Corporates 
3.Financial (Quantitative) Risks 
4.Cash Flow Forecasting and Modelling 
5.Pricing Credit Risk 
6.Collateral and Covenants 
7.Writing a Credit Report

60 Hours
IFF Training
KNect House, 30-32 Mortimer St, London, W1W 7RE.

Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7190
Contact: Wendy Bell