RMA'S Live Online Courses

Live Online Courses

RMA is pleased to introduce a new webinar series addressing the top challenges facing the financial services industry and providing practical solutions to allow your institution to thrive. Created by risk professionals for risk professionals, this new resource continues RMA’s mission of helping your institution manage emerging risks in an increasingly complex market. The webinar series will feature two 1-hour webinars every first and third Tuesday of the month on a variety of current topics. Because of the timely nature of this series and our desire to bring you the most relevant content, the additional webinars will be announced at a later date.

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Recordings of the webinars can be purchased below as they become available after their air date.

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MARIJUANA MANIA

NOVEMBER

5

November 5, 2019

By 2024, the cannabis industry is predicted to reach $40 billion annually. Clearly this industry could boost bank profits.

Speaker: Stanley Jutkowitz, Senior Counsel, Seyfarth Shaw
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CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT

NOVEMBER

19

November 19, 2019

Climate change presents both physical and transitional risks to the assets financed by your financial institution. 

Speakers: Lora Phillips, VP, Corporate Social Responsibility, PNC; Gary Way, SVP of Credit Strategy and C&I Portfolio Management, PNC; Chris Lafakis, Director, Moody’s Analytics
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Meeting Consumer Expectations

APRIL

TBD

TBD

Speaker: TBD

Session Description

Because the consumer landscape is drastically changing right now, we want to hold off on delivering this webinar, to be able to provide relevant content to you at a future date in May. We will update this site once we have a new date. 

Find out how customer service in other industries and rapid advances in technology are shaping borrower expectations regarding auto, home, and other lending, and the opportunities and risks this changing landscape presents for financial institutions. 

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Leveraged Lending Update

APRIL

21

1:00–2:00 P.M. E.T.

Speakers: Louis J. Dunham, Senior Vice President, Senior Director Risk Management Consulting, Ardmore Banking Advisors
Suzanne Storm, Senior Vice President, Credit Policy and Risk Management, Ardmore Banking Advisors

Session Description

Log on for the latest expert perspectives on the state of this over $1 trillion market, and what the current risks and opportunities could mean for your institution.

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Agricultural Credit Analysis

STARTING
January

12

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

January 12, 2020 - January 22, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

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Analyzing Business Tax Returns

STARTING
December

14

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

December 14, 2020 - December 18, 2020

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

January 11, 2021 - January 15, 2021

February 8, 2021 - February 12, 2021

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Analyzing Personal Financial Statements and Tax Returns

STARTING
January

25

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

January 25, 2021 - January 29, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

February 22, 2021 - February 26, 2021

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Best Practices in Asset/Liability Management: A Focus on Liquidity and Market Risk

STARTING
October

15

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

No dates at this time. Check back later for future courses.

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

Cash Flow Analysis I: UCA Fundamentals

STARTING
January

20

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

January 20, 2021 - January 29, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

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Cash Flow Analysis II: Applied Concepts

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STARTING
February

16

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

February 16, 2021 - February 26, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

Commercial Real Estate Lending I: Introduction

STARTING
December

14

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD
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December 14, 2020

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

January 11, 2021 - January 15, 2021

Commercial Real Estate Lending II: Underwriting

STARTING
December

7

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

December 7, 2020 - December 11, 2020

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

February 1, 2021 - February 5, 2021

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Commercial Real Estate Lending III: Global Cash Flow

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STARTING
November

30

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

November 30, 2020 - December 4, 2020

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

February 22, 2021 - February 26, 2021

Construction Loan Management - Administering the Construction Loan Process

STARTING
November

30

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

November 30, 2020 - December 4, 2020

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

December 14, 2020 - December 18, 2020

January 11, 2021 - January 15, 2021

February 16, 2021 - February 19, 2021

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Critical Thinking

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STARTING
November

17

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

November 17, 2020 - November 19, 2020

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

January 7, 2021

Detecting Problem Loans

STARTING
December

7

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

December 7, 2020 - December 11, 2020

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

January 19, 2021 - January 22, 2021

February 8, 2021 - February 12, 2021

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Problem Loan Series

April

16

This webinar has ended

RMA has developed a Problem Loan Seminar Series in convenient, web-based learning formats to help you identify which loans in your portfolio might be troublesome and how to prioritize growing issues during this challenging time.

Problem Loan Resolutions

Problem Loan Resolution is designed to provide participants with a template to identify:

  • The options available to deal with a problem loan; and
  • The steps to take to evaluate the borrower and the selection of the best option.

The focus is on developing a successful workout when supported by the appropriate factors, since workouts tend to yield the least adverse outcome for both parties.

The instructor for this seminar series is Joseph W. May, a former executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Whitney National Bank. Prior to joining Whitney, May was executive vice president and chief credit policy officer with Comerica Incorporated. He held that same position with Manufacturer National Corp. prior to its merger with Comerica. May has served in various capacities during his association with RMA which began in 1971, and was president of RMA in 1993–1994. He received his B.S. and M.B.A. degrees from the University of Rhode Island and graduated from the NACM Graduate School of Credit and Finance, Stanford University. Joe has been an RMA instructor and course designer for over 30 years. In addition, he has been a SCORE counselor and local chapter officer for 15 years.

Problem Loan Indicators

Problem Loan Indicators is designed to enhance the participants ability to identify and evaluate potential problem loans in the current environment. It opens with the uneven impact of economic change on various industries and the governments influence, pro and con, thereon. The major focus is on commercial borrowers and the warning signs that suggest budding problems.

Reinventing the Loan Default Management Process

Speaker: Dima Berdiev, Managing Partner and Founder DNB Advisory LLC

 

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

These are critical times, with borrowers, banking customers, and lending institutions being pushed to the limit. What’s important to realize is that:

  1. This situation is not going to go away in the near to mid-term, and
  2. It is important to retool commercial lending teams to handle this crisis and problem loans effectively. Until a vaccine for Covid-19 is developed and months pass to manufacture enough to cover a critical mass of the population, we are likely looking at one to two years to eliminate the outbreaks and one to two year economic recovery after that.

 

What worked before, including during prior crises, is not likely to work in this situation. We need to retire for a while our old playbooks and adapt to this unique situation quickly. The waive of deferrals and the PPP funding only postponed and masked our true assessment of the economic damages to our borrowers, our credit facilities, and our organizations.

 

One of the first steps in adapting to the new environment is changing our underwriting / portfolio management process, as it will face a mass wave of troubled credits. How do you manage them efficiently and effectively, maximizing recovery of viable borrowers and minimizing loan losses? The seminar will cover:

  • Understanding the key five stages of a crisis like this one, from the initial Phase 1 - Crisis Shock of the first 2-4 weeks of business disruption to Phase 5 of looking past the 12-month mark.
  • First level of assessment of the most critical drivers to borrowers’ survival, ranging from cash flow shortfall assessment to liquidity and equity reserves and implications to credit viability.
  • Mapping an immediate to interim portfolio management process
  • Looking at possible portfolio decisions your organization can make and potential implications.
  • Creating a dashboard to manage the process of addressing your customers’ needs.
  • Developing a robust, tight, and well-organized process for handling your borrowers’ credit requests.
  • Addressing vital and targeted communication with your borrowers and within your team members.
  • Retooling your staff’s skills to properly manage the next several months, understanding that traditional underwriting approaches will not be as relevant, if at all.

 

The survival of commercial lending organizations in this environment will depend on their ability to map the new process and other critical areas as well as to implement them quickly and effectively. This must happen in the next one to two months.

 

You will have an opportunity to participate in the Q&A and provide input into additional resources you may need.

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Financial Statement Analysis

STARTING
January

19

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

January 19, 2021 - January 29, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

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Global Cash Flow I: Foundations in GCF Concepts

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STARTING
January

4

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

January 4, 2021 - January 8, 2021

How to Pivot from Commercial Loan Professional to Effective Workout Banker

STARTING
November

4

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

No dates at this time. Check back later for future courses.

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Lending to Medical and Dental Practices

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STARTING
February

8

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

February 8, 2021 - February 12, 2021

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Lending to Municipalities

STARTING
January

19

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

January 19, 2021 - January 21, 2021

Lending to Non-Profit Organizations

STARTING
February

1

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

February 1, 2021 - February 5, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

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Machine Learning Models Workshops: Methods for Detecting & Correcting Bias

STARTING
October

2

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD
Register today for the series or for a single session.
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STARTING
February

8

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

Machine Learning Models Workshop I: Methods for Detecting & Correcting Bias

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

To avoid risks associated with deploying unfair or discriminatory models, your institution needs to build a team of analysts who can successfully mitigate ML model bias. This two-part workshop will teach attendees how to mitigate bias in ML models using three common effective strategies:

  • Pre-processing algorithms to mitigate bias in training data
  • In-processing algorithms to mitigate bias in the ML algorithm during training
  • Post-processing algorithms to mitigate bias by modifying model output

This registration page is for Workshop I only, which will focus on building the educational foundation needed to employ these strategies effectively.

In Workshop I, You Will:

  • Explore the various types of unfairness and discrimination and why they are important to your institution.
  • Get important background on discrimination and setting up a general analysis framework for your institution
  • Overview bias mitigation strategies
  • Learn methods to treat bias in datasets (pre-processing of algorithms)
  • Complete hands-on exercises using sample data in Python

Who Should Attend?

  • Treasury and Market Risk Professionals
  • Credit Lending and Risk Professionals
  • Model Risk Management Professionals
  • Model Development Professionals
  • Model Validation Professionals
  • Operational Risk Professionals
  • Compliance Personnel
  • Internal Audit and other 3rd Line of Defense Professionals
  • Other Junior- to Mid-level Associates from across the firm who are interested in detecting, understanding, and correcting bias in ML models

Instructors

  • Manish Kumar, Ph.D., MVC Senior Quantitative Associate, Principal, Solytics Partners
  • Rahul Roy, Ph.D, MVC Quantitative Associate, Principal, Solytics Partners

Prerequisites

None

Workshop Format

These workshops consist of instructor-led presentations and hands-on exercises to be completed by the workshop participants. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and get one-on-one assistance from the Course Assistant attending the workshops.

Participants are expected to program on their own computers using the instructions provided prior to the workshop.

Machine Learning Models Workshop II: Methods for Detecting & Correcting Bias

To avoid risks associated with deploying unfair or discriminatory models, your institution needs to build a team of analysts who can successfully mitigate ML model bias. This two-part workshop will teach attendees how to mitigate bias in ML models using three common effective strategies:

  • Pre-processing algorithms to mitigate bias in training data
  • In-processing algorithms to mitigate bias in the ML algorithm during training
  • Post-processing algorithms to mitigate bias by modifying model output

This registration page is for Workshop II only, which will build on the educational foundation presented in Workshop I and give attendees an opportunity to put their programming skills to the test to successfully correct for model bias.

In Workshop II, You Will:

  • Explore the motivation for in processing and post-processing algorithms
  • Understand commonly used mitigation strategies in ML algorithms during training both in the industry and academia
  • Analyze industry best practices around post-processing techniques, including backtesting the models
  • Complete hands-on exercises using publicly available data in Python

Who Should Attend?

  • Treasury and Market Risk Professionals
  • Credit Lending and Risk Professionals
  • Model Risk Management Professionals
  • Model Development Professionals
  • Model Validation Professionals
  • Operational Risk Professionals
  • Compliance Personnel
  • Internal Audit and other 3rd Line of Defense Professionals
  • Other Junior- to Mid-level Associates from across the firm who are interested in detecting, understanding, and correcting bias in ML models

Instructors

  • Manish Kumar, Ph.D., MVC Senior Quantitative Associate, Principal, Solytics Partners
  • Rahul Roy, Ph.D, MVC Quantitative Associate, Principal, Solytics Partners

Prerequisites

Machine Learning Models Workshop I: Methods for Detecting & Correcting Bias and/or comprehensive prior knowledge of bias mitigation strategies as well as Python programming skills

Workshop Format

This workshop will consist of presentations by the instructor and hands-on exercises to be completed by the workshop participants. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and get one-on-one assistance from the Course Assistant who will also attend the workshops.

Participants are expected to program on their own computers using the instructions provided prior to the workshop.

Machine Learning Models Workshop I & II: Methods for Detecting & Correcting Bias

To avoid risks associated with deploying unfair or discriminatory models, your institution needs to build a team of analysts who can successfully mitigate ML model bias. This two-part workshop will teach attendees how to mitigate bias in ML models using three common effective strategies:

  • Pre-processing algorithms to mitigate bias in training data
  • In-processing algorithms to mitigate bias in the ML algorithm during training
  • Post-processing algorithms to mitigate bias by modifying model output

In Workshop I, You Will:

  • Explore the various types of unfairness and discrimination and why they are important to your institution.
  • Get important background on discrimination and setting up a general analysis framework for your institution
  • Overview bias mitigation strategies
  • Learn methods to treat bias in datasets (pre-processing of algorithms)
  • Complete hands-on exercises using sample data in Python

In Workshop II, You Will:

  • Explore the motivation for in processing and post-processing algorithms
  • Understand commonly used mitigation strategies in ML algorithms during training both in the industry and academia
  • Analyze industry best practices around post-processing techniques, including backtesting the models
  • Complete hands-on exercises using publicly available data in Python

Who Should Attend:

  • Treasury and Market Risk Professionals
  • Credit Lending and Risk Professionals
  • Model Risk Management Professionals
  • Model Development Professionals
  • Model Validation Professionals
  • Operational Risk Professionals
  • Compliance Personnel
  • Internal Audit and other 3rd Line of Defense Professionals
  • Other Junior- to Mid-level Associates from across the firm who are interested in detecting, understanding, and correcting bias in ML models

Instructors:

  • Manish Kumar, Ph.D., MVC Senior Quantitative Associate, Principal, Solytics Partners
  • Rahul Roy, Ph.D, MVC Quantitative Associate, Principal, Solytics Partners

Workshop Format

This workshop will consist of presentations by the instructor and hands-on exercises to be completed by the workshop participants. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and get one-on-one assistance from the Course Assistant who will also attend the workshops.

Participants are expected to program on their own computers using the instructions provided prior to the workshop.

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Problem Loan Workouts

STARTING
February

16

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

February 16, 2021 - February 19, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

Relationship Management Skills for Commercial Lenders

STARTING
February

8

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

February 8, 2021 - February 12, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

RMA Commercial Lending School Virtual

STARTING
January

19

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

RMA Commercial Lending School Virtual Track 1

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

RMA Commercial Lending School Virtual Track 1 & Commercial Real Estate Lending I: Introduction Virtual

RMA Commercial Lending School Virtual Track 2

RMA Commercial Lending School Virtual Track 2 & Commercial Real Estate Lending I: Introduction Virtual

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Structuring Commercial Loans I

STARTING
January

4

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

January 4, 2021 - January 8, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

February 1, 2021 - February 5, 2021

Structuring Commercial Loans II

STARTING
February

22

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

February 22, 2021 - February 26, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

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Understanding and Interpreting Real Estate Appraisals

STARTING
January

4

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

January 4, 2021 - January 8, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

February 8, 2021 - February 12, 2021

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Writing the Credit Analysis

STARTING
January

4

1:00–3:00 P.M. E.T.

Instructor: TBD

January 4, 2021 - January 8, 2021

Three sessions – each of the three sessions is two hours, from 1pm-3pm EST. Session 1: October 19, 2020
Session 2: October 21, 2020
Session 3: October 23, 2020

Once you have registered through the RMA website you will receive an email to complete your registration for this event in Zoom.

Now offered as a virtual course, taking place in a virtual classroom setting via Zoom, Analyzing Business Tax Returns enables bank personnel to understand tax concepts relating to various business entities and the use of tax returns in estimating the customer’s ability to service debt, including how taxes influence cash flow and customer operations. Through a mix of case studies, small group activities, and active discussions, participants are better prepared to apply the content learned when they return to their jobs.

OBJECTIVES

After completing Analyzing Business Tax Returns, participants will be able to:

  • Identify key differences between financial statements and tax returns
  • Identify the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs
  • Follow the steps of the cash flow estimation process
  • Identify key content in tax forms relevant to credit and cash flow analysis
  • Apply fundamental tax principles
  • Estimate cash flow from business activities
  • Estimate debt service coverage
  • Make appropriate adjustments to estimate future cash flow

Analyzing Business Tax Returns is designed primarily for commercial loan officers who lend to individuals and small businesses.

Pre-course Materials

IMPORTANT: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to download pre-course materials that must be completed prior to attending the course. Please contact Customer Care, 1-800-677-7621 or registrar@rmahq.org if you don't receive the email within one business day.

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