Intensive Bank Analysis


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Time: 8-10 July 2009
Venue: London, United Kingdom

A three-day workshop for credit risk management, fixed income and origination professionals. An in-depth analytic approach to the credit and needs analysis of commercial banks, tailored to the markets where it is held.

Participants will be equipped to:

  • Use a structured approach, incorporating financial, qualitative and market indicators, to identify strong and weak performers
  • Recognise early warning signals of credit deterioration in full and limited disclosure situations
  • Understand impact of key economic, political, regulatory and supervisory issues
  • Use credit analytics to identify relative value and business development opportunities
  • Assess counterparty risk in order to set facilities and exposure limits

Course Analytic Overview

  • Structured approach to credit analysis - purpose payback model
  • CAMEL (capital, assets, management, earnings & liquidity)
  • Rating agency approaches: issuer ratings, individual / financial strength and support ratings
  • Market perspective on credit - equity indicators, credit default swap and bond market indicators

Other dates:

London, United Kingdom

  • 30 September-2 October 2009
  • 11-13 November 2009

Frankfurt, Germany

  • 17-19 June 2009
  • 28-30 October 2009

Organiser by:

  • FitchTraining

For more info http://www.fitchtraining.com/...



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