Credit

Credit Risk & Relationship Management @ Butwal

The program aims to equip participants with sound knowledge on banking operations. Upon the completion of the course the participants will gain knowledge and skills that are very essential to be efficient in their field of work. This program will help participants get an overall concept of a bank’s working procedures. The participants will be able to:

1.  Understanding the meaning and definition of credit

2.  Structuring of the loans

3.  Writing of credit proposal

Basic Concept of Credit Management & Interpretation of Financial Statement of Borrower @ Janakpur

This program provides the participant with basic foundation of knowledge and skills that help them to reach sound, reliable judgment of company creditworthiness.  It shall focus on practical introduction to financial statement from the perspective of the credit analysts. Discussion on each component of financials statement will help the delegates to assess key qualitative and quantitative factors in determining limit requirement and repayment capacity borrower.

 

 

Retail Lending @ Itahari

Bank and Financial Institutions have been giving extra focus in growing Retail/ Consumer Lending in the recent days as it contributes in diversifying the risks and enhancing the customer base. Due to comparatively low risk weightage on retail loans, exception a few products, retail loans have been enabling the BFIs to enhance more loans with the limited available capital, which has been further helping them to maximize profitability.

SME Lending

Banks were much concentrated on large ticket corporate loans in the past for the maximum profitability by managing very limited resources. It was considered that the SME Loan requires high operating cost in comparison to return. Now the time has changed and banks have been focusing on high volume small ticket SME loans and also focusing with new approaches and strategy to capture this business. SME customers presents one of the greatest opportunities for banks to pursue growth and profitability; at the same time it represents substantial credit risk also.

A Showcase of Priority Sector Lending

Priority sectors are the real sectors of the economy. Sectoral components of GDP such as agriculture, industry and services are the productive sectors. It reflects the viable, creditworthy picture of  an economy emerging. Investment on the productive sectors has been a main focus of the government thus to stimulate economic growth and generate income and employment opportunities. Though NRB has made mandatory provision of lending in agriculture and productive sector to support economy, BFIS are still behind as expected to lend on productive sector.

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