FIN 560 Commercial Lending

Studies the present structure of banking with emphasis on the relationship between commercial banking and economic stabilization goals. Reviews the basics of risk and financial statement analysis in assessing credit quality. Examines advanced loan structure and cash flow techniques, the 5 C’s of credit, regulatory issues affecting banking, predicting portfolio credit performance, and managing risk in commercial real estate lending.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

FIN 531 (may be taken concurrently), or admission to a School of Business graduate program, or permission of the Associate Director of Graduate Programs, or permission of the Department of Finance Chairperson.

General Education

Offered

  • Fall and Spring
  • Summer
  • On Demand