This course reviews the must-have skills to create and defend a corporate credit rationale,
helping you better evaluate today’s risk challenges.
Participants will use a structured and systematic approach to evaluate the credit position of a company.
This is a highly interactive workshop where case studies and exercises are used to illustrate key learning points.
Case studies will form part of the seminar allowing participants to apply the concepts acquired during the seminar
to a real-life scenario.
Participants are encouraged to be focused and concise in developing and articulating credit judgement.
This course will help participants to be able to:
This course is designed for analysts, who have limited exposure to traditional credit analysis, who want to enhance their knowledge of credit risk analysis. Following are the target audience.
14 Hours, 2 Days.
Mr. Elyaraj Seevaratnam has over 18 years of corporate experience in the field of Credit Control Operations
and Management within the Automobile, Oil &Gas, Tourism, Quarry, Plantation and Unit Trust.
He had wide experience in setting up of Credit Unit which include designing the Credit Control Policy,
Credit Assessment, Credit Collection andCredit Management include Internal Processes, Operational and Reporting.
He also has experience in designing the Customer Complain Policy together with processes and operational.
Credit Control Operations and Management related courses conducted by him: -
He holds a Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA), a Certified Assessor of The Great Britain College Consortium
which is in collaboration with the Malaysian Ministry of Human Resources and HRDF for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
and an approved certified trainer from HRDF.