Commercial Financial Analysis
(Part 3) Advance Financial Analysis
All seminars meet 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Central Time (8:00 - 4:00 Mountain)
Signs of a Financially Distressed Business
Grading Loans in Today's Regulatory Environment
Types of CRE Loans
Analyzing the Projected Cash Flow of a CRE Property
How to review a CRE Appraisal
Analyzing Liquidity & Contingencies of a Guarantor
Global Cash Flow of a Guarantor
Contributions, Distributions & Guaranteed Payments
Requirements for a Financially Responsible Guarantor
Our last training seminar of the Commercial Financial Analysis series provides participants a unique opportunity to acquire more advanced credit skills that are essential for a credit analyst/lender in today’s business environment.
Participants learn how to recognize a financially distressed business, how examiners grade loans and the risks, issues & requirements for underwriting a commercial real estate credit. Lastly, attendees learn how to prepare a Global Cash Flow for a Guarantor. Within a case study, attendees analyze the federal tax return of a Partnership and that of the Guarantor.
Who should attend?
Attendees that are moderately experienced or have attended the first (2) seminars of Commercial Financial Analysis. Ideal training for anyone seeking training and/or improved skills in Credit Management, CRE Lending and in analyzing a Guarantor's Global Cash Flow.
Attendees learn techniques for the early recognition of a financially distressed business. We review how examiners grade commercial loans in today’s regulatory environment.
We review the fundamentals of CRE lending;
- Types of CRE loans: ADC, Construction, Balloon & Bullet, Mini-Perm and Permanent.
- Typical CRE documentation
- Understanding CRE Appraisals
- Guidelines for reviewing Appraisals
- Construction Draw Requirements
Attendees review a CRE loan for a partnership that owns an office building. We begin by closely scrutinizing information obtained on the the property. Attendees review the following topics;
Scrutinizing the operating statement of a CRE propertyReviewing a rent roll and leases
Establishing the credit profile of tenants
Obtaining information on physical condition of property
What factors must be considered when projecting CRE cash flow
Attendees identify specific property related questions & issues that must be addressed in order to properly project future cash flow. Participants review the tax returns of the partnership and the primary guarantor. In analyzing the tax returns, attendees must develop a global cash flow for the borrower and the guarantor. Case topics include;
Analyzing the liquidity & contingencies of a guarantor
Partnership ordinary income, separately stated items, contributions, distributions & guaranteed payment
Establishing a Financially Responsible Guarantor
Advance Financial Analysis Online
* All seminars meet: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Central Time (8:00 to 4:00 Mountain)
Session 1201 Thursday 12/10/20 (Registration Closes 11/23)
The training will have a break for 10 minutes every hour and a 60 minute lunch break.