Analyzing Start-up Businesses has been designed to assist lenders and others who work with start-up businesses that are seeking financing for development projects. This program will emphasize how to properly review business plans and other information that is generated by start-up business ventures and what questions to ask of business owners, in both financial and non-financial topic areas. This program will use business plans and the information contained within them to demonstrate to lenders the ways in which they can analyze start-up ventures in order to make better credit decisions.
- Revisiting The Five C’s of Credit
- Contents of a business plan
- How to test a business plan's assumptions
- Understanding and analyzing projections and other financial information for start-up businesses
- Identifying a business' breakeven point
Who Should Attend?Credit Analysts, Loan Officers, Loan Committee members, Business Development Officers
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