Banks and Credit Unions
I. History of credit cards in corporate America - Why companies have decided to use credit cards for their employee’s. - How to control cash and spending of credit cards. - Pro’s and Con’s of issuing corporate credit cards.II. Differences in Corporate credit cards - Individual Liability card versus Corporate Liability card. - What companies are eligible for corporate credit car..
During this session, we will explore recent regulations in our current regulatory climate and the impact they have on institutions and clients. Specifically, we will go over the following regulations:Overview of current conditionsRecent regulationsUpcoming regulationsExamination perspectiveAreas Covered Regulations in the USHow they impact youWho Should Attend Anyone in corporateWhy Should You Attend With t..
During this session, we will explore consumer compliance regulations for deposits in our current regulatory climate and the impact they have on institutions and clients. Specifically, we will go over the following regulations:Regulation D: Reserve RequirementsRegulation DD: Truth in Savings ActRegulation CC: Funds Availability ActRegulation E: Electronic Funds Transfer ActAreas CoveredNecessary plan updates..
Bankers have relied on the 5 C’s of credit - capacity, conditions, collateral, capital, and character for many years, but what do these terms really mean, and how do lenders use them to determine whether a potential borrower is creditworthy? This simple credit model is simple to understand and easy to use. Attend the session to C the big picture for credit analysis and underwriting.Learning ObjectivesThe fi..
This session is intended to provide guidance on how to develop and maintain a Credit Administration (CA) function that will provide guidance to anyone involved in the credit function of the bank. The session also highlights the safeguards to manage the bank’s loan portfolio in a safe and sound manner.A supports credit risk management by watching over credit policy, credit analysis and underwriting, credit a..
The speaker has 30 years of experience managing and directing Credit teams working in both Public and Private organizations, six in total. During this time the experiences he has had with reviewing employees, terminating employees, developing dysfunctional departments into World class teams. From his experiences you will learn what things you can do to help further your career, how to do them and also how n..
You will learn all about how to start the analysis process, how the FASB and SEC operate together and where you can find audited financial statements and how to retrieve them. We will cover auditor’s opinions and what they mean. We will discuss the objectives of analysis management, learn tools and techniques such as common sizing financial statements and trend analysis. We will cover the five categories of..
Whether you are involved in evaluating the creditworthiness of a prospective customer, analyzing investment opportunities, or even beginning to suspect that something funny is going on in your own company, this session will give you the tools to determine what is really going on. It's not just about the financial statements, this presentation will show you how to conduct a preliminary investigation will hel..
The turbulent ever-changing and technology-driven world of business requires changing and evolving roles for controllers. The focus is currently more on the soft side of the business, rather than accounting and reporting. It is more about people-pleasing than pencil-pushing. Studies have shown the controllers who want to rise in the ranks of CFO must learn to put down their pencils and master the soft skill..
During many years of evaluating companies there are many things that you find are not as they seem after breaking down a balance sheet, income statement or statement of cash flows. If you do not have the skills to properly analyze the companies’ financial statements, you could end up losing a large customer to bankruptcy or granting a loan and the company defaults on it. In the webinar you will learn how re..
Making of Financial StatementsUnderstanding and Analysing Financial StatementsFinancial Ratios The Path to Profits and ProfitabilityThree related Finance and Accounting topics are presented in this webinar:Understanding and Analysing Financial Statements:Overview of the entire accounting process is simple to understand steps Interactive exercises to illustrate the accounting process Transforming transaction..
One of the most basic analytical and underwriting tools a banker must have is the ability to determine whether a borrower can repay its loans based on the financial information available. Financial organizations extend credit to borrowers when the borrowers show the ability to repay the loans extended. Ideally, a request for a five-year loan should be supported by a 5-year cash flow projection. Learn key as..
Management has a responsibility to be familiar with and alert to the types of fraud that might occur in their area and to put in place effective controls to avoid such occurrences. Management should also provide support to and work with the Internal Audit Division, other areas in a financial institution by reporting and investigation of dishonest or fraudulent activity, including the prosecution of offender..
Join us to learn about the latest and most accurate methods for performing capital expenditure (CAPEX) analyses. Learn how to establish your hurdle rate (minimum acceptable rate of return) for your CAPEX projects and which metric most fairly represents the true expected rate of return on your projects. Receive our standardized CAPEX model for use in performing future analyses.Areas CoveredIdentify your true..
Your company just received a large order from a brand-new customer, and they are anxious to get it shipped. However, as you try to pull a credit report you are not able to find anything of substance on this potential new customer, what do you do? Before we had the internet credit people needed to get information on customers through credit references, bank references word of mouth or pay for reporting from ..