This workshop series focuses on risk factors which might commonly occur in international trade finance and the roles of the banks in the transactions. It will also facilitate the participants to understand the financial numbers beyond accounting, the practical use of financial ratios, and key considerations in establishing credit terms from credit risk perspectives.
Key topics covered:
Session 1: Basic Lending Principles (10 May)
Session 2: Assessing the creditworthiness of Borrower from Financial and Non-Financial Considerations (17 May)
Session 3 : Issues to be considered for International Trade Financing (7 Jun)
Session 4: Reviewing key credit terms and conditions of the Loan Facilities (14 Jun)
D Tang has over 20 years of experience in risk management and product risk analysis at various leading US and European investment and corporate banks. His product coverage ranges from trade finance to syndicated loans, derivatives and structured products, and leveraged financing for corporate (SME and corporate) banks, financial institutions and funds in Greater China and SE Asia region. D Tang is experienced in providing both internal and external training to various investment and corporate banks, government supervisory bodies, and various professional institutes. He is also an author of an investment book.
S Lai is holding with two master degrees and two professional qualifications. He has over 25 years of banking experience in credit and marketing functions. He has been involved and dealt with borrowing customers of MME, SMEs, traders, manufacturers, securities house in Hong Kong/Macau/Guangdong Province.
This workshop series is suitable for finance professionals, accountants, relationship managers, investors, and anyone who want to gain more market updates on latest credit methodologies, lending principles and analytical tools commonly used by lenders.