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Credit, Liquidity, and Capital Management (CLCM)
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Since the financial meltdown, the credit markets have drastically changed. Lenders, investors, and partners now assess risk far differently than they did 10 years ago; however, some aspects have changed very little. In this program, we will discuss how others look at our organization and how we can use the same techniques to make better decisions when granting credit and considering financial relationships. We will fully develop models to assess credit decisions, liquidity management, and help d

7/7/2015
When: 7/7/2015
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Presenter: Art Pulis, MBA

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Since the financial meltdown, the credit markets have drastically changed. Lenders, investors, and partners now assess risk far differently than they did 10 years ago; however, some aspects have changed very little. In this program, we will discuss how others look at our organization and how we can use the same techniques to make better decisions when granting credit and considering financial relationships. We will fully develop models to assess credit decisions, liquidity management, and help determine the ideal capital structure for the organization.

  

Objectives: * Understand how lenders determine credit decisions * Learn how to better determine risk in determining financial relationships * Determine models to locate the best capital position

 

Major Subjects: * Credit analysis—both borrowing and lending * Determining the integrity and reputation of the other party * How cash flow is determined and analyzed * The importance of the correct capital structure for risk * How lenders view collateral * Liquidity and liability management * Determining financial leverage * Understanding the true risk of operating leverage * How to combine both financial and operating leverage * Ideal capital management * Understanding the view of the capital ratios * Improving ROE with greater leverage—but there is a limit * Determining the ideal amount of leverage for both risk and return

 

Designed for: All finance professionals including public, private and non-profit organizations and their members—CFOs, CEOs, Controllers, Auditors and Managers

 

Prerequisite: Experience and/or exposure to financial management

 

Advanced Prep: None

 

Speaker: Art Pulis, MBA

 

Vendor: Surgent McCoy

 

Field of Study: Management Advisory Services (2)

 

Level: Intermediate

 

CPE Credit: 2 Hours

 

Acronym: CLCM

 

Registration Fees: $89.00

 

 

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