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This seminar is designed to meet the needs of agricultural lenders by identifying market issues and providing the tools to assess the borrower’s ability to navigate difficult times.
In the last decade, the agriculture field has faced significant headwinds that have stressed many farmers and lenders alike.
Using the core financial statements, we will structure the analysis and borrower’s cash flow to determine the right credit structure when financing is warranted. We will also look at catching the early warning signs of deterioration and what can be done.
Understanding Credit Risk
Agriculture Market Risk
Agriculture Management Risk
Financial Statement Analysis
Agriculture Cash Flow Analysis
Operational Cash Flow
Global Cash Flow
Developing the Right Credit Structure
Carry Over Loans
Early Warning Signs of Deterioration
Systemic Market Issues
ICBA Member Early Bird Price (Ends March 30, 2024): $395
ICBA Members: $495
This event is not recorded. For more information, call 800-422-7285.
Upon registration you will receive an email from ICBA confirming your registration, the dates of the event and a calendar invitation for the event. Approximately 1-2 weeks prior to the event start date, you will receive an email from an ICBA representative containing detailed information including event times and the meeting link.
Who should attend: Credit analysts, credit review professionals, lenders, branch managers, and small business lenders.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of credit issues
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Delivery Method: Group Live
CPE Credit Hours: 9
Stevens Risk Management LLC
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