PRESENTED BY MICHAEL DENNIS, MBA, CBF, LCM
DATE: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2006 TIME: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. (PDT)
Credit professionals must proactively address the process of managing commercial credit risk. Failing to do so is likely to increase payment delinquencies as well as bad debt write offs. This program describes ways in which individuals responsible for commercial credit management can reduce risk and quantify risk. Topics discussed will include customer financial statement analysis as a risk management technique, early warning signals that a customer is in financial trouble, and the pro’s and cons of risk mitigation tools including but not limited to personal guarantees, inter corporate guarantees, security interest, consignment sales, credit insurance and letters of credit.
This program is part of the Risk Management Track and the session level is Basic/Intermediate.
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