Analysing & Controlling Bank Credit Risk


Increasing company collapses, falling stockmarkets and the vista of recession have deeply affected the banking sector, investors, Corporate Treasurers, Credit Analysts and Fund Managers are all concerned at the correct level of exposure to the sector and whether their funds, whether in Deposits, Money Market Paper or Bonds, have a significant  risk of default.

This one-day course gives a detailed understanding as to how to analyse a bank as a credit, how to decide the appropriate level of risk and how to control that risk. A number of live case studies is included.


  • Credit Officers in Banks or other Financial Institutions
  • Fixed Income Fund Managers and Analysts
  • Asset-Liability Managers
  • Corporate Treasurers and Finance Directors
  • Fixed Income Brokers and Institutional Salesmen
  • Risk Managers
  • Credit Administrators
  • Auditors and Accountants
  • IT and Systems Professionals designing Credit Systems
  • Back Office and Mid Office Staff


-Defining Credit Risk to Banks

-Difference between Risk and Exposure

-Five Different Risk Types

-Mitigating Credit Risk

-Credit Analysis Process

-Country Risk

-Banking System Analysis

-Individual Obligor Analysis

-Early Warning Signs

-Peer-Group Analysis

-Off Balance Sheet Risk

-Market Information

-Use of External Ratings

-Probability of Grade Change

-Deciding Absolute Level of Limit

-Controlling Maturity of Risk

-Monitoring Limit Compliance

-Credit MIS

-Credit Policies and Procedures

-Operational Risk in Bank Credit

Todays Date:

Duration 1 day
Available as an in-house course

Investment Education PLC
45 Old Hall Road, Manchester M7 4JF, United Kingdom
Tel:+44 (0)161 832 3800
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