Since June 2013, the trainer has been providing regular Debt Restructuring training to senior members of the banking team at the European Investment Bank in Luxembourg. For the past 14 year the trainer has provided training programmes to some of the world’s largest financial institutions. Cooperating with a number of leading training companies, he has trained delegates from some of the largest industrial and financial institutions across the Middle East, Far East, Europe and Southern and Eastern Africa. He also lectures in a number of professional papers for the ACCA and CIMA examination boards at the Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, the leading Business School in China.
In parallel to his training, the trainer also has a 24-year career in Banking and Finance that originated in the City of London and has specialised in credit risk analysis, debt structuring and problem loan workout and debt restructuring for international corporate clients. He has worked with a number of the world’s leading financial institutions providing lending facilities or private placements worth over US$ 5 billion to the corporate sector. It is this practical, hands on experience of credit risk analysis and balance sheet restructuring that he brings to his professional finance workshops.
Before embarking on his career in banking he acted as an Economic and Political Adviser to the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic.
Workshop – Advanced discussion of different alternative scenarios in dealing with loans in default and covenant breaches from case study examples.
Workshop – Delegates in their project teams will analysis the EWS and external and qualitative risks facing a case study problem loan, providing recommendations for how a lender could seek to improve those risks and protect itself from potential risk crystallisation.
Case Study Workshop – During this session, the delegates will be given a case study project complete with forecast financial projections designed by management. Having applied the Butler and IFC frameworks to the case study, the delegates will use the excel financial model provided by the trainer, to undertake a sensitivity analysis of the forecasts financials. The aim will be for the attendees to assess whether they believe the company’s recovery strategy and its ability to honour the restructured loan’s debt service going forward.
Case Study Workshop – During this session the attendees will review a new case study and review the potential application of the different recovery methodology discussed during the session. The delegates in their project groups will also assess how they need to engage with other creditors and assess the drafting of a standstill agreement for the problem loan restructuring.
Workshop – Having reviewed the implementation process and the various worked examples developed during the session, in their project teams the attendees will review a new major new case study problem loan complete with financial forecasts in an excel financial model. In order to assess whether they would proceed with the restructuring, the attendees will draft the Scope of Works for an Independent Business Review as part of their initial analysis
Final Case Study Workshop – Using a new case study, the attendees working in their project teams, will provide a complete restructuring / workout solution to the problem loan on the basis of the information covered during the course. They will required to identify the key EWS inherent in the problem loan, review the sensitivity of the forecast financial projections in the excel model and propose a schedule of the restructured loan. The team will also include terms of a Standstill Agreement, if required. A selected team will asked to present their restructuring solution to the rest of the delegates.
In a low interest rate environment, bankers and financiers are under increased pressure to undertake more corporate business at higher returns, but at the same time ensuring a low risk weighting. Given that the business climate remains uncertain and volatile, the risk for bankers of developing problem loans through their lending activities, is therefore increasing.
This course has been designed for bankers and financiers to develop a holistic, applied approach to early problem loan workout through a range of different techniques currently applied in UK and international finance. It aims to provide the attendee with a comprehensive overview of the challenges of problem loan workout and with an insight into some of the key methods than can be implemented to assist in the recovery of their financial exposure.
By offering a range of different case studies, financing scenarios and potential solutions to workshop case studies, the attendees will be able to develop a broad applied overview of debt restructuring techniques. This is particularly important in an area of finance where ‘one size fits all’ solutions are not possible and where the financier needs to be open minded, flexible and quick to react to changing circumstances.
The programme draws from the experience of a range of different high profile debt restructuring case studies as well as the experience and project work of the trainer’s 23 year experience in debt structuring, restructuring and problem loan workout. A number of the case studies used during the course are those that have been undertaken directly by the trainer.
The course is highly interactive, with the course attendees working in project teams. They will be required to work in their project teams in devising solutions and providing recommendations to the rest of the delegates who will cross examine their proposals in a credit committee environment.
During the second day of the programme, the attendees will use forecast cash flow analysis as part of the strategic business review for the restructuring candidate. A knowledge of the working of Microsoft excel with therefore be an advantage for the attendees.
What Redcliffe’s clients are saying about the course
“The course was very well structured and presented. I learned new techniques that I could apply to my work”
“The presentation was excellent with a lot of examples and case studies”
“Extensive coverage of multiple topics, matching with relevant case studies and insights”
Delivering this course in-house for you to a number of participants could be very cost effective. Please call us on 020 7387 4484 to discuss this further.
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Within this training course we will look closely at sensitivity analysis and the Butler Matrix, with particular focus on where qualitative risk assessments, strategic risk loan performance can have an impact. There will also be clarification on mezzanine finance approach, credit recovery processes and managing junior and senior debt.
The Advanced Debt Restructuring course is part of a larger number of courses with a focus on debt restructuring.
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