On the 18th and 19th of May, a training session was held on the topic “Advanced credit analysis and assessment of credit risk of legal entities by type of activity”

 

Due to the great interest in the previous training term, held in April, as well as the policy of our house to make groups of up to max 15 participants (because of the quality of the training itself and the possibility of practical interactive work in groups, examples from practice), we decided to repeat the same training, in less than a month.

On 18th and 19th of May, training was held on the theme “Advanced credit analysis and assessment of credit risk of legal entities by type of activity”. The practical experience as well as the high level of proficiency of the lecturer enabled all participants to deepen their knowledge of the matter, to acquire new knowledge and to exchange practical experiences with other participants.

The main objective of the seminar is to enable participants to better understand the complex and comprehensive credit risk assessment process, based on the assessment of qualitative and quantitative parameters, through a number of carefully selected cases of enterprises operating in different industries. The importance of knowledge of industrial benchmarks will be emphasized, with the aim of adequately assessing creditworthiness.

Through practical examples, which were processed in the course of training, conditions have been created for understanding the parameters of the industry as a characteristic of the business and the financial condition of the companies that perform various activities. The basic idea was that the lecturer, through numerous practical examples related to companies from different activities, gives the participants the possibility of maximum practical applicability in everyday work.
How it all looked, you can see for yourself in the photos below.

 

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