Who should attend
This course is designed for economic developers who must understand credit analysis.
About the course
This hands-on course presents business financing tools and available private financing options, as well as advice about how the public sector can complement bank financing. You will learn how to stimulate private-sector investment that results in the creation of permanent, private-sector jobs and increased productivity. You will also perform a credit analysis by determining how well a company buys and sells to make a profit, as well as learn how to read financial reports, financial statements, balance sheets, and profit and loss statements. At the end of the course, you will walk away with an understanding of the basics of structuring deals for small businesses that often combine public and private-sector financing programs.
What You Will Learn
- Credit risk, maturity risk, rate risk, and liquidity
- Productive and profitable determination
- Small business lending programs analysis
- Negotiation and loan packaging options
How You Will Benefit
- Learn business credit analysis and deal structuring and restructuring.
- Review Small Business Association, Housing & Urban Development, United States Department of Agriculture, and commercial-lending programs.
- Understand real estate financing and lending tools.
Alan Durham serves as a Project Manager with Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI²) in the Center for Economic Development Research (CEDR). Prior to joining CEDR, Alan worked as an Economic Development Director with city and county governments to accomplish economic development and ...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.