“Warning Signals & Lessons Learned in Corporate Credit”
World financial markets experience rapid spurts of movements, upturns & downturns alike. While upturns are favourable, that is not always the case. It’s the downturns which pose the most threats and increase the probability of default. In this ever changing environment, it is essential to analyse to what extent an individual customer, an organization, or a business is susceptible to credit deterioration. To address this issue, Times Professional Learning has partnered with Fitch Learning to bring to you the first ever public program in India on “Warning Signals & Lessons Learned in Corporate Credit.”
Fitch Learning is the training & professional development arm of the Fitch Group. The Fitch Group consists of Fitch Ratings, Fitch Learning, BMI Research & Fitch Solutions, and has its presence in over 30 countries.
This program will benefit:
Fitch’s public courses are focused on specific professional development topics & are suitable for individuals or small groups with specific needs.
Recognize symptoms & structured approach to gauge credit deterioration.The goal of this section is to recognise early warning signals by applying a structured approach to evaluate credit risk.
Identify themes of distress through real life cases.This section aims to identify the themes of distress. The action(s) taken by the companies and / or lenders are explored through discussion and many real life examples of actual or potential distress. The focus is on concluding upon lessons learned in order to avoid future problems.
Lack of sufficient scale in an increasing competitive environment:
This segment focuses on the most common events that trigger corporate distress and the need to take action.
The program is a 2 day face to face program, delivered by an industry expert professional. The program will draw from real examples and will provide a foundation for implementation of learnings through business exercises.
Tentative Dates: 8th & 9th March 2018
9 am to 5 pm
Rs. 80,000 + GSTper participant