Corporate Credit Analysis
This three-day course is highly interactive with extensive use of case studies and exercises and provides a robust introduction to corporate credit analysis, covering qualitative and quantitative aspects of credit and addressing the different measures of cash flow typically used by credit analysts. The use of Expected Loss as the starting point for credit pricing is covered and ways of determining debt capacity for a corporate borrower are reviewed. The course briefly covers credit ratings and the Rating Agencies approaches to credit analysis and concludes with a look at debt structuring issues including seniority and subordination, documentation risk and covenants.
Corporate bankers, financial analysts, junior credit officers, capital markets professionals involved in originating or trading in credit assets, compliance officers, risk managers.
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