Tools of Credit Analysis
In this course, participants will learn how to spread financial statements, analyze the asset conversion cycle, describe asset-based lending, develop cash flow projections and historical cash flow statements, and explain the key components of loan agreements
Financial Analysis for Evaluation Finance and Investment
This course will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to enable them to perform financial statement analysis, a crucial component in making financial, lending and leasing decisions.
Non-performing Loans and Methods of Problem Loan Resolution
During this course, participants will acquire the necessary skills to manage problem loans. These skills include identifying the signs of problem loans, rescheduling and monitoring problem loans, and using various methods to resolve problem loans.
Financing Investment Projects – Cash Flow Analysis
In this course, participants will acquire cash flow analysis skills to enable them to develop and analyze projected cash flows associated with investment projects.
Principles of Corporate Finance
During this course, participants will learn the basic components and procedures of the credit process.
Financial Analysis Using Excel
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.
Course Hours: 24
In this course, participants will acquire the skills and knowledge to assess compliance of a bank’s credit activities with the bank’s own credit policy and Egyptian bank lending legislation and regulations. The participants will work on numerous case studies to apply knowledge acquired. The course will also cover key executive statutes of the Law on the Central Bank and the Banking System No. 88 of 2003 governing the lending process and relevant regulations issued by the Central Bank of Egypt.
This course addresses the concept of adequate housing and housing in accordance to the Charter of the United Nations, the Constitution of Egypt, the real estate market and the types of real estate properties. Discussing the emergence of global real estate financing, explanation and definition of Mortgage Finance will be conducted within the context of Law No. 148 of 2001 and related implementing regulations. Highlights of new amendments, in accordance to Law No. 55 of 2014, related implementing regulations would be introduced, in addition to explaining the CBE initiative to finance the low and middle-income segments as well as the role of mortgage finance fund.
Accounting & Audit
Internal Audit from the Risk Perspective
This course targets senior and middle managerial levels at internal audit and internal control functions in addition to supervisors at other control departments
Indicators of Errors and Fraud in Financial Statements
In this course, participants will be introduced to different types of counterfeiting and fraud lists, financial documents. Participants will acquire skills to enable them to detect counterfeiting and fraud. Also participants will learn methods to validate lists and financial documents.
Financial Statements of Companies under the Egyptian Accounting Standards
During this course, participants will learn the latest accounting standards used in preparing company’s financial statements and its amendments. Participants will also acquire the skills required to work with various components of the company’s financial statements, understand the underlying accounting treatment and confirm their credibility.
Internal Control System
This course aims to introduce the systems of risk management and internal control according to the Committee of Sponsoring Organization (COSO).It also introduces the important role of internal control in risk management and within the frame of implementing corporate governance.
Risk Based Auditing
This course aims to introduce the systems of risk management and internal audit according to the international principles and agreements. It also introduces the important role of internal audit in risk management and the Institute of Internal Audit (IIA) strategies and objectives. The course will also demonstrate the practical steps to perform an internal audit assignment and prepare the various reports.
The Framework of Internal Control Systems
This program demonstrates the modern concepts, international standards and fundamental principles of internal control according to Basel Committee. It also introduces the important role of internal control in risk management and within the frame of implementing corporate governance.
In this course, participants will understand how to recognize, measure and disclose the financial statements elements and disclosures, which will be useful in making critical business decisions. Also, this course provides exactly the right balance between conceptual understanding and technical application and analysis.
This course aims to introduce the systems of risk management and internal audit according to the international principles and agreements. It also introduces the important role of internal audit in risk management. The course will also demonstrate the practical steps to perform an internal audit assignment and prepare the various reports.
During this course participants will be provided with general understanding of typical roles and objectives of Bank Treasury Function which includes (Treasury Front Office (Dealing Room), Treasury Back Office and Treasury Middle Office (Treasury Monitoring Function).
Documents of Internal Auditor
Enable auditors to perform the internal audit assignment in accordance with international standards issued by the American Institute of internal auditors “IIA” In addition to explaining the required working papers design and details (Internal Audit File Contents) and also the design/details of all types of the internal audit reports.
Finance for non-financials
This course aims to provide participants with a thorough understanding of how to build a robust Financial model from start to finish. Calculations cover revenues, operating and maintenance costs, capital expenditure, depreciation, debt and equity financing and taxation, leading to the build-up of integrated financial statements for the entity in question. The model is dynamic in nature, with the ability to run different scenarios and adjust the timing of key events.