Explore the Reasons Why Good Loans Go Bad and Its Connection To Portfolio Management
The process of lending money to business customers doesn’t end after the loan is made. Rather, sound loan portfolio management is essential to healthy loans.
This webinar by expert speaker Vincent A. DiCara will address issues that are important for good Loan Portfolio Management of commercial loans. The session is also going to explore the ways in which sound portfolio management can impact performance as well as what annual reviews of commercial loans should include and address.
You will learn why annual reviews, whether completed by lending institution employees or by external loan review consultants, should include a review of the most recent financial information available from borrowers. This information should be in compliance with the covenants that the borrower has agreed to when loans were provided. The use of risk ratings and their connection to annual reviews will also be explored during this training session. In addition, examples of risk ratings will be employed to identify the proper ways to use this lenders tool.
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Listing of issues required in managing commercial loan portfolios
Risk Ratings: What they are and what is their purpose?
The reasons that good loans go bad and the connection to portfolio management
Collateral examination: How often and when should you consider new appraisals?
Important Financial Calculations while conducting a loan review
The Use of Affirmative and Negative Loan Covenants
Managing real estate loans vs loans for operating businesses
Who Should Attend
Commercial Loan Officers, Business Development Representatives, Branch Managers, Business Credit Analysts
Vincent DiCara has been involved in evaluating and meeting the credit needs of small and medium-sized businesses for thirty years as a business advocate, lender, credit analyst and trainer. Since 1995, he has been providing expert training for lending professionals throughout the country who work in...
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