Webinar Event

Business Balance Sheets: What a Lender Needs to Know and Ask webinar

02.16.2016 - 02.16.2016 (lending)

10:00-11:30 AM CST Online

This session is designed to assist lenders and other credit professionals who want a fundamental understanding of the information that is contained in a business’ balance sheet. You'll learn what important items can be found in a business’ balance sheet and understand how to utilize those items as part of the credit analysis process when dealing with a member business loan request.

We will discuss:

  • How to calculate elements of a business' operating cycle
  • Determining a business' liquidity 
  • Leverage
  • The different types of debt
  • Quantifying an owner's investment in a business
  • The role of depreciation and how it impacts a balance sheet

CUNA Lending CouncilThis event is produced by the CUNA Center for Professional Development and endorsed by the CUNA Lending Council.

Who Should Attend

This webinar is beneficial for business lending staff and all lenders needing to understand the components and calculations contained within a business’ balance sheet as part of the loan underwriting process. Affiliation with CUNA/League is required for attendance.


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