Advanced Corporate Credit Risk Management Excellence-2020Date: 19th - 21st February 2020, Nairobi, Kenya
- It is now over 10 years since the onset of the credit crisis. There are now increasing signs of a weakening economic environment, heightened political risks and rapid disruptive changes are affecting many industry sectors.
- Given the combination of a potential cyclical downturn and rapid and disruptive change there is a need to re- evaluate the traditional tools of corporate financial analysis. Additionally, because of the stage of the economic cycle investors may be seeking to increase their exposures to debt, rather than equity, related investments.
To provide participants with a structured approach to key questions in evaluating corporate credit risk, with an emphasis on large corporate, rather than Small – Medium Sized Enterprises, in the following areas:
- Macroeconomic environment.
- Political and regulatory risks.
- Industry risk.
- Corporate Governance issues and business strategy.
- Market indicators of a company’s performance.
- Accounting manipulation.
- Measuring financial performance.
- Debt Capacity.
- Potential indicators of corporate financial distress.
There will also be a session on key principles of Corporate Credit Portfolio Management to highlight key issues relating the Bank Capital Adequacy and RAROC.
- Head Credit Risk
- Head Credit Policy and Portfolio Management
- Head Credit Modelling Unit
- Chief Risk Officer
- Chief Credit Officer
- Head Corporate Credit
- Financial / Credit Analyst
- Head Credit Monitoring
- Head Corporate / Commercial Risk
- Head Retail Risk
- Risk Manager
- Head Corporate & Commercial Finance
- Fund Managers
- Personnel in Sovereign Wealth Funds with corporate risk exposures.