Learn Banking Credit Analysis through Case Studies
Course for Bankers, Consultants & Managers to Understand Practical Aspects Credit Analysis Process from Indian Context
Instructor: CA N Raja, B.Com., PGDBA, FCA
Validity Period: 365 days
Validity Period: Lifetime
Are you a Finance Professional working on Project Funding for your clients?
Are you a Banking Executive having theoretical knowledge of Credit Analysis but finding it difficult to apply in practice?
Then this course is for you - It will take you through the practical aspects of Banking Credit Analysis Process covering areas like Financial Analysis, Working Capital, Term Loan, etc.
How this course is structured?
This course is structured in self paced learning style. Each and every section takes up real life case which will explained in detail to get practical understanding.
You'll gain authority on each and every topic as i take you through lectures one by one.
What are the pre-requisites for taking this course?
- Basic Knowledge of Banking Credit Analysis Process
- Good internet connection for interruption free learning process.
How this course will benefit you?
At the end of the course, you will be able to approach credit related matters in your bank with high level of confidence and solve real life problems at ease.
PS: This course is still at its early stage. We will be adding more contents in the coming days.
|Case Study - Compute Debt Equity Ratio (TOL / TNW) from Real Life Balance Sheet|
|Case Study - Compute Debt / Adj. Equity Ratio (TOL/Adj. TNW) from Real Life Balance Sheet|
|Case Study - Compute Liquidity (Current Ratio) from Real Life Balance Sheet|
|Case Study - Compute TOL / Adj. TNW|
|Case Study - How to Read Cash Flow Statement|
|Case Study - How to Read Fund Flow Statement|
|Case Study - Identify forged financial statements|
|Working Capital Assessment|
|Case Study - Compute Eligible Bank Finance as per Turnover Method|
|Case Study - Compute Eligible Bank Finance as per Turnover Method and LTV|
|Case Study - Compute Eligible Bank Finance as per MPBF Method|
|Case Study - Compute Evaluate Holding Levels|
|Case Study - Compute Cash Credit based on Holding Levels|
|Case Study - Peak Level & Non Peak Level Working Capital|
|Term Loan Appraisal & Assessment|
|Case study - Term Loan for a project based on new technology|
|Case study - Term Loan for a project on Lease Hold Land|
|Case Study - Utilistion of Internal Accruals as Margin for Term Loan Project|
|Take Over of Credit Facilities|
|Case Study - Take Over of Credit Facilities|
|Mega Case Study in Term Loan|
|Term Loan Case Introduction Part 1|
|Term Loan Case Introduction Part 2|
|How to arrive at Cost of Project & Means of Finance|
|Depreciation Schedule Preparation|
|Computation of Interest on Term Loan & Unsecured Loan|
|Interest on Working Capital Computation|
|Computation of Direct & Indirect Cost|
|Preparation of Operating Statement|
|Preparation of Liabilities & Assets Statement|
|Compute of DSCR (Gross, Net & Average)|
|Computation of Critical Ratios|
|On Demand Videos ( Real LIfe Case Studies)|
|How to establish DP for 1st Time CC release|
|How to decide on Credit Period ?|
|Debtors Ageing Analysis|
|Retail loan for owner of proprietorship|
|Whether WC eligibility affects MPBF method where LC available|
|Difference between LC&BG|
|Tax Accounting Treatment|
|Whether TL repayment is funded by MPBF?|
|How to understand the movement of Net Working Capital|
|Analysis of CMA report|
|DSCR interest Add Bank Confusion|
|DP For Term Loan|
|Cash Withdrawal From CC Limit|
|Advance Received From Customer Impact On Current Ratio|
|Why Bank Add CC Interest While Calculating DSCR|
|How To Calculate NWC While TL &WC Are Given|
|How to justify when debtors increases only at end of year|
|More Tax = More Loan - Myth or Reality?|
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