Sponsored by Vermont RMA Chapter
in cooperation with
New Hampshire Bankers Association and Vermont Bankers Association, Inc.
The course consists of a review of basic financial accounting concepts and the presentation of basic financial statement credit analysis theory rooted in industry adopted “best practices.” The use of specifically designed case studies enables course participants to take a “hands-on” approach when applying the analytical concepts discussed. The case studies have been specifically designed to allow participants to work within an information framework that is strikingly similar to that actually experienced in the field.
The course begins with needed background in financial accounting for those individuals who have had no previous financial accounting classroom training, or as a refresher for those who have had previous financial accounting training. That is followed by a curriculum which focuses on interpreting information typically contained in accountant prepared financial statements, personal financial statements, and more particularly, U.S. federal income tax returns.
Who Should Attend?
- Junior Commercial Credit Analysts
- Junior Commercial Lenders
- Small Business Development Officers
- Loan Review Staff
- Commercial Loan Administrative Assistants
- Branch Managers
- Mortgage Lenders
- Consumer Lenders
- Other Credit Staff who face the underwriting challenges associated with self-employed individuals and closely held companies
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