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Credit Risk Mitigation – Collateralization

This course discusses the use of collateral (or security) as a credit risk mitigant, describing the motivations for collateral usage from the point of view of collateral takers and providers. The course also examines the increasingly important and ever-evolving role of a bank’s collateral management function. Finally, the course describes the various types of collateral taken as security and the attractions/drawbacks of each as a credit risk mitigant.

  • OBJECTIVES

    On completion of this course, you will be able to:

    Recognize the various uses of collateral and the motivations for providing and taking collateral

    Identify the various forms of collateral that can be used to reduce credit risk exposure

  • COURSE OUTLINE

    Topic 1: Overview of Collateral

    What is Collateral?

    Who Uses Collateral?

    Why Use Collateral?

    o Collateral Takers

    • Lower EL

    • Other Motivations

    o Collateral Providers

    Collateral Management

    Topic 2: Types of Collateral

    Range of Eligible Assets

    Cash

    Liquid Assets

    Real Estate

    Movable/Tangible Assets

    Receivables

    Commodities

    Intangible Assets

    Insurance Policies

  • PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE

  • ESTIMATED COMPLETED TIME

    60 Minutes

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