Account Monitoring and Warning Signs Overview
Looking to explore a career as a credit analyst? The Account Monitoring and Warning Signs course will teach you the symptoms and causes of corporate decline, how to predict the default risk for a company, different methods for handling problematic accounts (clients who are struggling to repay loans), and more.
This course starts with the warning signs for a company that is experiencing financial difficulties, as well as the typical symptoms and causes of corporate decline. It then dives into Altman’s Z-score and how it can be used to assess the credit risk of a company.
Afterward, the default risk of a firm is predicted through different methods including options theory and the Expected Default Frequency (EDF) model. After assessing the likelihood of default, the course explores different strategies and tactics used to deal with deteriorating accounts, including the steps for developing an action plan and turning around a declining business.
This course is great for someone looking to enhance their ability to anticipate corporate decline, assess the credit risk of current companies, and understand how to implement strategies to improve a company’s weakening performance.
Account Monitoring and Warning Signs learning objectives
Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Identify and understand symptoms and causes of corporate decline
- Evaluate the drivers behind predicting default and credit risk
- Examine the various methods for handling problematic accounts
- Implement key turnaround strategies depending on the growth stage of the company
Account Monitoring and Warning Signs is a required course of CFI’s CBCA® program
This course is one of the core required courses for the Certified Banking & Credit Analyst (CBCA)® certification program. For beginners to advanced users, this certification program is designed to help you become a world-class credit analyst.
Who should take this CBCA® course?
This Account Monitoring and Warning Signs course is perfect for any aspiring credit analyst working in insurance, underwriting, rating agencies, commercial lending, corporate credit analysis, and other areas of credit evaluation.