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This course is Part 2 of the Credit and Credit Risk Analysis Professional Certificate program from the New York Institute of Finance. In this course, you willlearn how to review and analyze financial metrics and ratios that are used to assess borrowers performance and profitability. You will look at a few companies' business models, revenue generation, asset-conversion cycle, and asset quality and asset productivity.
You'll also review and analyze financial metrics and ratios that assess borrower liquidity, working capital and working investment, and short-term funding.
Lastly, you'll learn how to analyze leverage and capital structure of a company and understand the borrower's off-balance-sheet risks, the risk of organization structure and the risks of management strategy.
At a glance
- Language: English
- Video Transcript: English
- Associated skills: Business Modeling, Management, Balance Sheet, Organizational Structure, Credit Risk, Investments, Financial Analysis, Market Liquidity, Finance, Leverage, Capital Structures, Ratios Analysis, Working Capital
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- Financial Ratios, Metrics, and Analysis
- Off-Balance-Sheet Risks
- Organization Structures
Learner testimonialsSkip Learner testimonials
" I earned a professional certificate in Credit Risk Analysis from the New York Institute of Finance and was pleasantly surprised by how much I learned in such a short period of time! Taking this course has helped me tremendously at work in many ways; most noticeably my credit analysis skill set grew and developed even further, resulting in an improvement in my credit reviews and much more positive feedback from my manager!"
- Pawel Kuzniar, Credit Risk Review Analyst at RBC Capital Markets, '18 Credit Risk Analysis Professional Certificate
More about this courseSkip More about this course
- Mod 01: Financial Ratios, Metrics, and Analysis
- Mod 02: Off-Balance-Sheet Risks
- Mod 03: Organization Structures
- Mod 04: Management