|Event Date||Thu Apr 1 EDT (7 months ago)|
Credit administration (CA) connects the organization’s credit strategy, credit approval, credit extension, and credit management tasks into a coherent credit risk management function. Whether in the backroom or the front room, CA is necessary to provide a smooth transition from a prospective client to a creditworthy borrower. Analysis and approval is only part of the story; once the loan is made, the borrower’s performance must be monitored in order to ensure repayment on time, in full, and as agreed.
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. CA supports credit risk management by watching over credit policy, credit analysis and underwriting, credit approval, credit extension, loan administration and portfolio management. It also includes ensuring that credit policy exceptions and loan documentation exceptions are mitigated, that credit files and loan documentation are secure.
Who Should Attend: Credit Policy Officer, Credit Department Manager, Credit Administration Manager, Chief Credit Officer, Loan Review Officers
• Explore credit policy—critical components and maintenance
• Understand credit analysis and underwriting—guidance on determining repayment ability from cash flow, collateral and guarantees; global cash flow and debt service ratios, collateral loan-to-values, adjusting net worth of guarantors
• Learn about credit approval—lending authorities, risk ratings and pricing guidance
Principal, Devon Risk Advisory Group