Credit assessment of companies – 1
This course is aimed towards those who work with credit assessments of new customers.
We cover the important rules of law you should know around credit information, as well as what aids are available to facilitate your daily work associated with carrying out credit assessments. We look at the content of annual accounts, and the most important financial ratios. We will also cover the different company types, and what information you can expect in each case. You will learn how to interpret various warning signals, as well as what practical measures should be taken.
Additionally, you will receive answers to the following questions:
- How will your business be affected by amendments to the Swedish Credit Information Act?
- What are the consequences of the abolishment of mandatory auditing?
- Can annual accounts be trusted; and do we dare to continue granting credit to companies where doubt exists?
When the course is complete, you will have learned about:
- credit control,
- available information,
- important warning signals,
- records of non-payment,
- annual accounts, and important financial ratios,
- interpretation of credit ratings and credit assessment,
- different company types.
You will also have the opportunity to work with practical case studies. Course material is included, and drinks and sandwiches are served during the break.
Since the course is at a basic level, no prior knowledge of the area is required. For those interested in studying further in this subject, we offer the following course: Credit assessment of companies – intermediate level.
This course is one of the modules included in the Soliditet Business School certification programme.
Richard Harling, Business Advisor at AAA Soliditet AB