Credit Analysis Illustrated Using Financial Statements II

Credit Analysis Illustrated Using Financial Statements II

In the final video of the series on credit analysis, the example from the previous videos carries over. Nick explains the working capital cycle and how its funding can cause problems.  
Overview

This analyses the impact on the company accounts if it were to increase its sales and trading frequency in the future, along with the problems from over-trading and the outstanding debt that comes with this.

Key learning objectives:

  • Discuss the impact on the accounts for days 77 and 78

  • Explain how the statements would change if tax or interest were paid

  • Identify what causes the debt, and discuss whether is it sustainable

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Nick Beeson

Nick Beeson

Nick has nearly 35 years of experience in banking. He joined his current employer, Lloyds, in 2005 as Credit Director for Loan Trading. Nick has since undertaken a number of Credit Roles for the Bank. Nick has also worked in education and has lectured for numerous institutions.

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