Training on banks and NBCOs, January 24–25

ACRA continues enrollment to its training on fundamentals of credit analysis of banks and non-bank credit institutions

ACRA continues the series of proprietary trainings on fundamentals in credit analysis of banks and non-bank financial institutions, including leasing and microfinance companies. The next ACRA training will be held on March 1–2.

No matter who are you—just a beginner or mature expert—the training will certainly suit you. Professional and structured approach in selecting your counterparties will allow you, in the situation of their insolvency, not only to avoid problems but also to reduce losses to a minimum.

At our training, you will get a unique opportunity to improve your professional skills, get to know the latest regulatory and market changes, and exchange opinions with key market players. The training will be of interest not only for risk managers and analysts but also to those engaged in methodological support for risk analysis.

Training attendees will learn how to assess the main risks of credit institutions and master the structural approach to credit analysis. The training program covers such topics as analysis of financial position based on financial statements, calculation and evaluation of key financial indicators, qualitative business analysis, assessing regulatory impact and operating environment, and credit risk analysis of debt financial instruments. Attendees will work through business cases and solve customized assignments.

"With the situation in the banking sector changing rapidly, the relevance of a qualitative, balanced and integrated approach to the analysis of counterparties has grown multifold," comments Kirill Lukashuk, Head of the Financial Institutions Ratings Group at ACRA. "The importance of traditional factors like size and strong owner requires serious rethinking. At the same time, we are witnessing a major transformation of the regulatory impact factor, which can not but affect the credit quality of counterparty financial institutions. We will talk about this at the training and, using real business cases, we will review the most spectacular stories of recent bankruptcies in Russia and in the world."

The training is intended for a group of up to 17 attendees, and will be held over two days (totaling 16 academic hours). The training will include presentations followed by discussions and case studies. Each attendee will receive a completion certificate. The attendance fee (including lunch and coffee breaks) is RUB 45,000 plus VAT per person.

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