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Corporate Banking Products (Credit)

Courses In This Course

Corporate banking businesses provide banking services to corporate customers that come in all shapes and sizes, from relatively small domestic businesses to huge multinational corporations (MNCs). This means that the banking needs of these customers are quite diverse, as is the range of products and services that has been developed to meet those needs.

Objectives

This course describes in detail the various credit products corporate banking businesses offer their customers. Topics covered include:

The cash conversion cycle and how this, and timing mismatches between cash inflows and outflows, gives rise to the need for short-term funding

Funded short-term credit products such as overdrafts and short-term loans

Accounts receivable financing such as invoice discounting, factoring, forfaiting, and supply chain finance

Term finance products, including term loans, real estate (property) loans, and project finance

The main risks associated with the provision of credit products and how these risks can be managed and mitigated

Learner Profile

This course will provide new and recent entrants to the banking industry with a solid grounding in the fundamentals of the corporate banking business today. It will also be useful for more experienced bankers and relationship managers seeking to refresh or enhance their knowledge of corporate banking in a post-financial crisis world.

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       SHORT-TERM FINANCE

    Overview

    This course focuses on short-term finance. It explains the cash conversion cycle and how this, and timing mismatches between cash inflows and outflows, give rise to the need for short-term funding. The course describes, in detail, funded short-term credit products, such as overdrafts and short-term loans. It outlines the key features of these products and how they are aligned with the needs of a corporate business. The risks arising from providing these different products are also described, as well as how these risks are managed by assessing appropriateness, right-sizing, and monitoring usage.

    Course Duration

    75 mins

    Prerequisite Knowledge

    Corporate Banking Relationship Management in Practice

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       ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FINANCE

    Overview

    This course describes accounts receivable, how they are generated, and the business needs they give rise to. It also provides detailed coverage of the various accounts receivable finance products and how their different combinations of features meet different business needs. The course concludes by outlining the main product risks associated with accounts receivable financing and how these risks can be managed.

    Course Duration

    75 mins

    Prerequisite Knowledge

    Corporate Banking Products – Short-Term Finance

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       TERM FINANCE

    Overview

    This course focuses on term finance, which refers to any form of loan where a repayment period in excess of one year is warranted. The features of the various term finance products are described in detail, as well as their provision by multiple lenders through club deals and syndicated loans. Finally, the course looks at term finance product risks and outlines how these risks can be mitigated, monitored, and managed.

    Course Duration

    75 mins

    Prerequisite Knowledge

    Corporate Banking Relationship Management in Practice

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