Introduction to Credit Risk Management - ICRM 

CPE Credits Awarded: 2
Categories: Trading, Derivatives, Hedging and Risk Management, Online Training

Description

Introduction to Credit Risk Management is a powerful intermediate level online training course that will help you understand credit risk and teach you what your company can do to effectively understand the necessary action to effectively manage credit risk. In today’s global economy, successfully managing credit risk has become an essential component in the success of every business and industry. Historically, this complex factor was often not given enough consideration and many firms paid the price for not having credit risk management as a priority item in their business policy. Indeed, the events of the Great Recession of the past few years have shown that a firm that cannot adequately manage its credit risk will suffer downgrades, losses and possibly go out of business.

Programme Level:

Intermediate

CPE Credits:

2 self-study CPE credits awarded for this course

Course Cost:

$ 210.00 (USD)

Click here to purchase at www.oxfordprincetonlive.com!

 
 

You will learn to:

  • Recognize credit risk and credit risk management
  • Distinguish between credit risk and market risk
  • Identify internal credit risk ratings and agency credit risk ratings
  • Recognize credit risk limits and the significance of breaching those limits
  • Identify management’s role in the credit risk management process
  • Point out portfolio-level credit risk monitoring
  • Identify several key methodologies used to measure credit risk
  • Identify the various methodologies and products used to manage and hedge credit risk

Practice exercises and self-assessment quizzes are included to help reinforce key topics introduced throughout the course.

A comprehensive final test will be given at the end of the course.

Bulk Purchase / Corporate Discount Form


Your Details

Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip
Required Tooltip

Subject Areas of Interest

Please indicate below which subject areas you are interested in recieving information from us


Methods of Communication

Please indicate below, which methods of communication you would like to recieve information from us
Tooltip
Tooltip
Tooltip

UK: (+44) 1865 250521   |   Singapore: (+65) 6837 8030   |   USA: (+1) 713 343 1699

 

Email us at info@oxfordprinceton.com

logos logos bac2 logos logosfacebooklinkedintwitter
 
   The Oxford Princeton Programme, Inc. is not affiliated with Princeton University, Oxford University, or Oxford University Press.

footerimage