01 Dec , 2021 - 02 Dec , 2021 Duration : 2 days
MPL & Loan Restructuring Excellence 2021
The credit market in Asia, Africa and the Middle East has been growing rapidly in recent years, and the field is becoming increasingly
competitive and complicated. Credit processes and assessment standards have been evolving in the two regions, and problem loans and default rates in several countries have been excessive. Regardless of the size and complexity of the transaction which determines the
method used in resolving the problem loans, there are common areas of strategy, law and business skills which must be considered. The
experiences of the African & Asian currency crises and the enormous volume of non-performing loans that emerged from it have provided
important lessons in the early recognition, control and proactive management of nonperforming loans.
This 2-day course is designed to provide Recoveries & Stressed Managers, Heads of Departments and senior staff with the key skills
that they require to manage and operate a problem loan assessment, restructuring & recovery system that uses the optimum combination
of automation and hands-on techniques.
- How out-of-court debt restructurings are influenced by the insolvency law applicable to the debtor - i.e., restructuring in the shadow of the insolvency law’.
- Key challenges in debt restructurings, especially in the emerging markets.
- Disposition of non-performing loans (NPLs), the role of asset management companies (AMCs)/asset reconstruction companies
- (ARCs), and the perspective of investors in purchasing distressed assets.
- Understand the normal process of corporate failure, and understand that failure is the last step in the chain of events, not the first.
- Appreciate the major causes of failure.
- Develop And Unleash A ‘Top Notch’ collection team
- know what immediate steps to take on becoming aware of a possible corporate failure, and be able to apply within their bank, the steps necessary to take control of a failing business.
- Understand whether it is possible to restructure a defaulting business, or whether some form of liquidation scenario is appropriate.
- Understand whether it is possible to restructure a defaulting business, or whether some form of liquidation scenario is
- Be aware of a number of specific legal issues that either do complicate or have the potential to complicate, the effective management of problem loans within their country.
- Head of Recovery & Stressed Loan
- Managers in Recoveries
- Head Restructuring
- Head SAMG (Special Asset Management Group)
- All senior and support staff involved in recoveries
- Head Collections
- Lending Managers
- Head Risk & team
- Head Credit & team
- Head legal & team
- Heads and Managers of corporate
- finance All senior and support staff involved in corporate finance
SESSION 01 - INITIAL REACTIONS TO EARLY WARNING SIGNS OF DISTRESS
SESSION 02 - IFRS 9 (US – CECL)
SESSION 03 - RESTRUCTURING TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
SESSION 04 - RESTRUCTURING IN THE ‘SHADOW OF THE INSOLVENCY LAW’
SESSION 05 - INSOLVENCY BANKRUPTCY CODE: INTERPRETING THE NUANCES & DISCUSSING THE FUTURE
Trainer has great expertise and know the topic very well
Executive Director, Wah Tung Shipping
Instructor is very professional.
Corporate Finance, Pertamina
It address my doubt, better understanding of contracts.
Commercial Manager, Tidewater
The details of the seminar match my work.
Manager, Tender & Proposal, Vallianz Offshore
A broader scope of coverage.
Serene Wang Weiling
Manager Business Development, Vallianz Offshore
Topics are very interesting; the speaker spoke clearly, well organized and easily understand his lessons.
Project Administration and Monitoring Dept. Head, PT. MRT Jakarta