[Dipleague] NON PERFORMING LOANS & Distressed Debt Restructuring Program 12 -14 April, Johannesburg , SA

Regina Mapfumo regina at strategicadvisoryint.org
Tue Mar 20 13:45:42 CAT 2018


Many lending institutions across Africa and rest of the world are burdened
with a high level of actual or potential non-performing loans or other
credit exposures. knowledge is required to analyse the cause(s) of the
borrower's problems and to design and implement an optimal restructuring
solution

Who should attend? 

*	Bank credit officers; Investment bankers; Management consultants;
*	Bond credit analysts; Fixed income/credit traders; Fixed
income/credit sales; and
*	Financial decision makers in corporations.

How you will benefit:

*	Understand the causes of NPLs and distressed debt; and have an
overview of recent trends in default and distress rates.

*	Detect early warning signs that a firm is becoming distressed;.
Analyse the early warning signs in the income statements of firms ; and 

        Be able to Calculate underlying earnings of a weak infrastructure
company.  

 

The teaching methodology used on this course combines formal theoretical
instruction with frequent reference to market data, use of exercises and
case studies. Case studies are based on real situations and are designed to
help delegates implement new valuation techniques and to learn from
empirical experience. Delegates are expected to know how to use Excel at a
basic level and should bring a personal computer with them. The course is
intended to be practical and interactive, with delegates encouraged to ask
questions. The techniques taught to delegates are intended to be of
immediate practical use in the workplace.

 

KINDLY ASK FOR BROCHURE FOR REGISTRATION PURPOSES ON:
reginam at strategicadvisoryint.org ; 0772 805 805/0773443174

 

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