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HOW BANKS LOOK AT BORROWERS: A SEMINAR FOR BANK CLIENTS
 
     
  Summary Description  
  A variation from our core credit offering, this workshop is an effective relationship management tool for bankers who wish to strengthen relationships with their client base. One of its goals is to provide financial executives from client companies with an overview of how banks analyze and evaluate risk, as a means for client companies to be better prepared to enter a fruitful banking relationship.  
     
  Methodology  
  Presentations, case studies, group work and classroom discussion  
     
  Target Audience  
  Financial executives from client companies  
     
  Main Topics  
 
Credit risk as managed by banks and banks' customers
Adequacy of capital structure and financial leverage
Financial strategy
Value creation
The bank's perspective
- Management
- Industry and competitive position
- Financial condition
- Collateral and guarantees
- Risk control and monitoring
- Showing how banks look at companies: the Four Pillars methodology
  for company credit analysis
  The company's perspective
- Financing growth and its limits
- Asset intensity
- Sustainable growth
- Cash flow generation
- Cash flow forecasting
 
       
 
  Duration  
  2 days  
     
   
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