Introduction to Essentials of Credit Risk Analysis
This short seminar highlights the importance to have a good understanding and analysis of all the risks of your potential investments prior to investing.
In any investment, an investor faces 2 major categories of risks, namely Credit risk and Product risk; of which, Credit risk is by far the greatest risk face by an investor. Hence, it is very important to do a good Credit risk analysis of your counterparties prior to investing or entering into a transaction with them, to avoid suffering investment losses.
Credit risk refers to the probability of a company continue to operate on an on-going basis, meeting its obligations to all its stakeholders, namely customers, staffs, suppliers, lenders and shareholders. Credit risk analysis considers factors such as sources of cashflow, business risk and capital structure to provide an understanding of the company’s ability to operate on a sustainable basis.
Join us at this seminar to learn more about Credit Risk analysis. This is a preview class for the Research Talent Training Programme: Module 1 – Essentials of Credit Risk Analysis
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Yew Jyu Lan, CFA holds 3 Master degrees: Master of Social Science (Real Estate) and a Master of Social Science (Applied Economics) from the National University of Singapore (NUS), and an MBA (Finance) with distinction from New York University. She also holds a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics) from NUS.
With more than 24 years of banking experience at major foreign and local banks covering interest rate risk management for corporates, asset securitisation, corporate and real estate lending, infrastructure project financing, asset and liability management, distressed debt management and restructuring, Jyu Lan has extensive experience to share. In her last held position, Jyu Lan was a Senior Director with United Overseas Bank, leading a team of Interest Rate Derivative Product Specialists to assist a wide range of corporates in interest rate risk management in the Global Markets Corporate Sales and Advisory department.
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