e-Learning Program: Problem Credits- Early Warning Signs and Effective Actions
The IECA's e-Learning program allows you to remotely complete the Problem Credits – Early Warning Signs and Effective Actions course via world-class, self-paced e-Learning. The program also includes live, instructor-led webinars.
The course begins May 1, 2017, and concludes on May 30, 2017. Participants are encouraged to participate on the kickoff call on May 1, 2017, at 11:00 AM Eastern.
Although the course is self-paced through the month of May 2017, mandatory participation is required for the instructor-led webinar scheduled for May 30, 2017, at 11:00 AM Eastern. (Time subject to change based on location of participants.)
This training course covers a range of concerns and activities related to debt during periods of financial distress. The program begins with a discussion of the basic causes of business and financial failure, continues with recognition of early warning signs, and concludes with the development and execution of a plan of response. It deals in depth with various threats and key issues in this process, as well as detailing methodologies for predicting default and measuring recovery.
► Recognize deterioration of credit quality early enough for efficient response
► Build structures that will signal decline in a timely manner
► Create an effective plan of action to address troubled situations and maximize recovery
► Develop on-going systems to deal with problem credits as they arise
Program Level: Basic/Intermediate
This e-Learning program is part of the Credit Risk Management Certificate Program (CRMCP), a partnership between the IECA and Moody's Analytics, and is designed for the basic to intermediate skill level. Each component of the program will last 60 to 90 minutes. Completion of this course meets one of the requirements for the CRMCP.
IECA Members: $495
Registration deadline is April 26, 2017
*includes IECA membership for 2017