This session will highlight key activities and provide a framework for your commercial credit decision-making process.
Increasingly financial institutions are looking for loan growth to generate revenues. This has brought new players to the marketplace who are looking to diversify portfolios too highly concentrated in commercial real estate or other industries. This session will focus on an overview of the commercial credit making process. It is intended to give institutions new to commercial lending an overview of the process and those who have been doing commercial credit a review of the key activities related to the process.
• Information Gathering
• Marketplace Assessment
• Analysis Tools and Approaches
• Structure Issues
• Credit Risk Management Tools
• Monitoring Actions
Following this event, you’ll be able to develop a framework, utilize tools and resources, and identify key activities associated with making commercial credit decisions.
Who Should Attend
• Credit Analysts
• New Commercial Lenders
• Credit Administration
• Credit Review personnel
• Branch Managers involved with small business lending
• Board Members
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