Remedial Management

Early actions can improve chances of survival and costs

This risk management seminar focuses on the qualitative and quantitative skills required to identify early warning sign of credit deterioration. The seminar will enable participants to better understand the specific risks associated with companies in a challenging trading environment. 

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Learning Outcomes
  • Provide a solid foundation and skills for identifying early warning signs of credit deterioration
  • Encourage and empower delegates to take decisive action
  • Distinguish between deteriorating credit quality and long-term solvency risk
  • Structure an appropriate lending framework
  • Evaluate management’s role in recognizing company deterioration
  • Understand covenant characteristics of availability and enforceability
  • Qualitative strategy ( corporate distress, KYC & KYCC)
  • Evaluating the business operating and macro-economic environment
  • Evaluating your customer’s financial position (quantitative assessment)
  • Prevention Action I – Identifying a potential process weakness
  • Prevention Action II – Addressing a potential process weakness
  • Corrective Action
  • Exercises & case study




Course Code RM102
Department Vocational Training
Instructor GARP Associate
Who should attend Risk managers, credit analysts, middle and back office personnel, regulators, auditors, inspectors.
Certificate of AttendanceYes
Offered OnlineNo
Available to Buy OnlineNo
Course Fees €950.00
Partner Institution GARP


Days and Hours Start Date End Date Hours per Week
Mon. - Tue., 9.00 - 17.00 26/05/2014 27/05/2014 16
Last Update At: 2014/09/25 - 16:28:39


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