Golin, The Bank Credit Analysis Handbook, Chapters 1 & 2 Study Notes will cover the following learning objectives:
Chapter 1: The Credit Decision
* Credit risk and how it arises using examples.
* The components of credit risk evaluation.
* Various credit risk mitigants and their role in credit analysis.
* Quantitative and qualitative techniques of credit risk evaluation.
* The credit analysis of consumers, corporations, financial institutions, and sovereigns.
* Quantitative measurements and factors of credit risk, including probability of default, loss given default, exposure at default, expected loss, and time horizon.
* Comparing bank failure and a bank insolvency.
Chapter 2: The Credit Analyst
* Various credit analyst roles.
* Common tasks performed by a banking credit analyst.
* The quantitative, qualitative, and research skills a banking credit analyst is expected to have.
* The various sources of information used by a credit analyst.
After reviewing the notes you will be able to apply what you learned with practice questions & answers.
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