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English

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Financial Modeling & Ana

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Commercial Credit Analysis

This course provides you with the tools needed to undertake effective, conclusion-based, commercial credit analysis.

4.45 (961 reviews)

Students

7.5 hours

Content

Nov 2020

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What you will learn

You'll be able to understand the process of credit analysis including risk identification, analysis and mitigation

You'll develop skills to analyze business, financial and structural risks

You'll be able to identify the appropriate information requirements for analysis and underwriting

You'll be able to implement a structure for business risk analysis from macro, industry, and company-specific levels of detail

You'll be able to apply industry and company specific risk analysis tools (including the BCG Matrix and Porter’s 5 Competitive Forces)

You'll be able to analyze the key functional areas of a business, including through a SWOT analysis

You'll learn how to dig into a company’s key financial statements (including income statement and balance sheet)


Description

       A comprehensive course designed to furnish credit professionals with  the necessary tools in order to undertake effective, conclusion-based credit analysis. Participants will develop their analytical skills  through the application of a logical structured framework. Starting with identification of the deal and credit structure, it logically works  through the analysis process from business risk to financial risk then to structural risk. In addition it will compare and contrast different industry dynamics. 

  This course contains 42 lectures across 8 sections, introducing and then covering each concept in-depth and providing examples. 


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Content

General Principles of Lending

General Principles of Lending - Part 1

General Principles of Lending - Part 2

General Principles of Lending - Part 3

General Principles of Lending - Part 4

Accounting 1

Accounting 1 - Part 1

Accounting 1 - Part 2

Accounting 1 - Part 3

Accounting 1 - Part 4

Accounting 1 - Part 5

Accounting 1 - Part 6

Accounting 1 - Part 7

Accounting 1 - Part 8

Accounting 1 - Part 9

Accounting 1 - Part 10

Accounting 1 - Part 11

Accounting 2

Accounting 2 - Part 1

Accounting 2 - Part 2

Accounting 2 - Part 3

Business Risk Analysis

Business Risk Analysis - Part 1

Business Risk Analysis - Part 2

Business Risk Analysis - Part 3

Business Risk Analysis - Part 4

Business Risk Analysis - Part 5

Financial Risk Analysis 1: Key Risk

Financial Risk Analysis 1: Key Risk - Part 1

Financial Risk Analysis 1: Key Risk - Part 2

Financial Risk Analysis 1: Key Risk - Part 3

Financial Risk Analysis 1: Key Risk - Part 4

Financial Risk Analysis 2: Ratio Analysis

Financial Risk Analysis 2: Ratio Analysis - Part 1

Financial Risk Analysis 2: Ratio Analysis - Part 2

Financial Risk Analysis 2: Ratio Analysis - Part 3

Financial Risk Analysis 2: Ratio Analysis - Part 4

Financial Risk Analysis 3: Cash Flow & Liquidity

Financial Risk Analysis 3: Cash Flow & Liquidity - Part 1

Financial Risk Analysis 3: Cash Flow & Liquidity - Part 2

Financial Risk Analysis 3: Cash Flow & Liquidity - Part 3

Financial Risk Analysis 3: Cash Flow & Liquidity - Part 4

Financial Risk Analysis 3: Cash Flow & Liquidity - Part 5

Financial Risk Analysis 3: Cash Flow & Liquidity - Part 6

Financial Risk Analysis 3: Cash Flow & Liquidity - Part 7

Financial Risk Analysis 4: Management Accounts & Projection

Financial Risk Analysis 4: Management Accounts & Projection - Part 1

Financial Risk Analysis 4: Management Accounts & Projection - Part 2

Financial Risk Analysis 4: Management Accounts & Projection - Part 3

Financial Risk Analysis 4: Management Accounts & Projection - Part 4


Reviews

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Brice_Rousseau16 September 2020

This is an interesting course, with a good communicator who clearly makes his points. However, I would have two recommendations: firstly I am convinced that the learning experience would be better with some questions, or why not short cases, which would allow to better test the progress. Secondly, I would recommend to reduce the length of the MOOC.

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Hendrix2 September 2020

Great bank for your buck! Would happily recommend to a friend. Would be nice if there were quizzes and assignments, but fine without them.

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Luiz-Silva,20 August 2020

The theacher has a good didactic and the course has been made in classic model of fundamental analysis. I really recomend it to everyone who has looking for a course from basic to intermediate level of analysis.

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Emmanuel18 August 2020

Great course but without actual examples its hard to follow sometimes. The content is deep and instructor very knowledgeable

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Noluthando9 July 2020

it would be nice if we could get downloadable info either in pdf or the lecturers slide and have quizzes after each chapter

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Kagiso20 January 2020

The last few video were not edited, and have what could be embarrassing scenes especial from video 36 (which is the worst).

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Frankie31 December 2019

The presenter is very knowledgeable, moves at a good pace is clear and brings to life the subject matter. I do hope he will bring out additional courses at a more advanced level.

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Joseph3 December 2019

The instructor is very informative and lays the information out in an organized manner that is easy to understand and follow.

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Navin25 November 2019

Unfortunately I agree with my earlier comments and the pace seems slow and a lot of the material most people with a business background would be aware of. Not learning too much new, there are a few topics where his explanations did help e.g. BCG and Porters 5 forces. Some of the slides are also of poor quality with pictures obscuring text

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Jenisse15 November 2019

At times the presenter voice was very low making it difficult to listen with the naked ears. Also he had to repeat or go over several section as if he was not sure of the materials being covered.

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Adrienne1 October 2019

Yes, feel he is able to communicate efficiently and effectively. I able to relate my previous experience and use this information to build.

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Nichola26 August 2019

Good overview of credit analysis for the short time given. Really give a good conceptual overview of what is going on. Also, gives pertinent context to various concepts. Gives some simple math exercises on how to calculate. To get a concrete understanding, more time with this subject will be needed.

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Antonio7 August 2019

Excellent course! It's very complete and the instructor is a really master of the subject. This course is better than some specialized books of the area. Thanks.

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Stel24 July 2019

I like this course. As an auditor for credit, this has given me insights on the different risks that exist in credit analysis

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Ravi21 May 2019

The course doesn't seem to be well structured. I don't find other aspects of credit risk such as corporate governance.


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Udemy ID

3/9/2014

Course created date

11/22/2019

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