The impact technology is having on the accounting profession 1. Introduction Thirty years ago, most financial accounting was done manually, leading to a great deal of paperwork.
During this course, participants will learn the basic components and procedures of the credit process. In this course, participants will learn that Financial Analysis is the use of financial data and analyze it with the best ways and different styles as a basis for administrative decisions and financing of various projects that support continuous activity.
The most important of these methods are the so-called financial analysis using financial ratios. However, the financial ratio is meaningless without explaining what it signifies. The participants will work on numerous case studies to apply knowledge acquired.
Participants will get acquainted with the history of the market, its inception, go through the various stages of syndicated lending from the opening phase of seeking a mandate and negotiating a term sheet to syndicating, documenting, closing and trading a transaction as well as some options as when restructuring a transaction not terminating the way it was originally envisaged.
This program also elaborates the role and duties of each party in the syndicate. Participants will learn the general objectives in contract finance analysis with an emphasis on the difficulty in measuring and valuing risk, contract finance terminology, the structure of contract finance debt and contracts.
In this course, participants will learn how to apply the uniform rules and practice for documentary credits, differentiate between original and copied documents, examine invoices and insurance documents, and identify and work with non-compliant documentary letters of credit.
In this course, participants will learn the procedures for letters of guarantee LGs and standby letters of credit SBLCsfocusing on the operational aspects and the essential differences between foreign and local LGs.
Besides the laws that regulate the letters of guarantee namely the Egyptian Trade Law No. In this course, participants will learn the basic components of SWIFT messages and the different types of message fields.
They will also learn the proper way to deal with messages concerning documentary credits, collections and letters of guarantee.
Clients and Banks Course Hours: In this course, participants will learn SWIFT basics, the message structure, the concept of the messages fields, the basic elements of SWIFT messages and the ideal way to handle transfers.
Participants will learn how to eliminate potential errors in communications with correspondents to avoid the repair charges. Introduce the trade finance services and products to the participants in a practical way using a set of exercises specially designed for this purpose.
This set of exercises is delivered through studying different documentary credits and documentary collections scenarios. The reason behind that is to be able to deliver the suitable service tailored to each customer in order to maximize the customer and consequently the bank profit and reserving the rights of each.
This course provides participants with the variety of skills needed to design and deliver retail banking products and services.
The course also covers the risks in retail banking, different approaches to risk management, including credit scoring techniques, and working with problematic loans.
In this course, participants will learn about the banking system, the role of the Central Bank of Egypt and the role of banks in economic development. In addition, they will learn about retail banking, the variety of retail banking services and products offered, trade finance, and anti-money laundering requirements.
Finally, participants will acquire the basic skills needed to perform a variety of banking operations. This course is designed to discuss the subject of financial inclusion through its both sides: This course is designed to highlight the importance of identifying target segment in Retail Banking.
This course is designed to address the recently observed market need to develop the fundamental skills of those working in the fields of trade finance. The course should support their needs of having the required knowledge of International Chamber of Commerce rules published to identify compliance of documents presented under letters of credit, against its terms and conditions and against documents specifications mentioned in said rules.
They will also be able to understand the different types of methods of settlements under the concept of risk ladder; identify types of documentary collections, types of documentary credits and letter of guarantees; they will also understand the various delivery terms used in international trade under Incoterms rules.
The program provides participants with all methods used in the collection and settlement of retail banking products, determine the methods of classifying retail banking portfolio arrears and the importance of and how to deal with insolvent clients.
In addition to determining the professional ways to deal with external collection offices and the most important tips to be followed to improve the employees and department performance Course Hours: This program aims at introducing the participants to the fundamental concepts of comprehensive banking compliance.
Moreover, they are introduced to the main components and policies defining the system. They, also, get acquainted with a number of detailed implementation procedures, which aim at fulfilling this system using some practical examples.
This course is designed to provide the participants with a great insight into the banking compliance standards for regulatory and anti-money laundering banking legislations and how to conduct a compliance program in a financial institution.3 There is a clear hierarchy among energy source preferences.
Oil — the fuel most closely associated with the energy industry, according to respondents — falls well below renewables and natural gas. Banking at the global level has appreciated the immense benefit derivable from information technology and has warmly embraced it, the impact are the numerous facilities that is enjoyed in the world and banking industry such as electronic fund transfer (ETF), Automated Teller machine (ATU), Smart cards, automated cheque clearing facilities.
Mission Statement The department seeks papers that further our understanding of operations by explicitly accounting for empirically observed human tendencies and influences, such as decision biases, cognitive limitations, individual preferences, and social institutions.
4 PwC The Future Shape of banking In the foreword to our report Banking industry reform – A new equilibrium 1, we made a prediction about the global financial crisis.
The environmental impact of the energy industry is diverse. Energy has been harnessed by human beings for millennia. Initially it was with the use of fire for light, heat, cooking and for safety, and its use can be traced back at least million years.
In recent years there has been a trend towards the increased commercialization of various renewable energy sources.
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