ED 201: Business Credit Analysis

Apr 29 2013 - 8:00am to 5:00pm

Details: April 29 - May 3, 2013 Tuition: $999

Location: TBD in Oklahoma City Area

In ED201, the second course in the EDFP Certification Program, participants build on financial analysis and deal structuring techniques through investigation of advanced methods used to analyze the credit worthiness of operating small businesses. The credit analysis and underwriting procedures of commercial lenders are tailored to the unique concerns of economic development lenders. Participants spread and analyze the financial statements of actual companies in manufacturing, service and retail industries. You will use economic development finance programs to structure fixed asset and permanent working capital financing packages.  There are no pre-requsites for this course.

The Oklahoma Small Business Development Center (OKSBDC) is bringing the National Development Council’s Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP) Certification Program to Oklahoma! This three-course program is a rigorous and comprehensive training series designed solely for economic development practitioners. Participants learn the tools and techniques of the trade to build the capacity they need to successfully create jobs and translate economic development opportunities into results for their communities. Topics include business credit analysis, loan packaging, user business finance, negotiating, problem solving, deal structuring and more! Visit www.nationaldevelopmentcouncil.org to learn more about the NDC.

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Nancy Jackson
Phone: (580) 745-2899
Limited to first 50 participants
Email: njackson@se.edu
Deadline for registration: March 15th!