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This intermediate financial analysis program has been designed for credit analysts, risk analysts and managers seeking comprehensive understanding of what's behind the numbers in financial reports. It is designed to improve the credit & finance professional's ability to analyze and interpret financial statements leading to quality credit risk assessment. The program gives equal weight to the process of financial reporting, the analysis and interpretation of financial statements and... Details
When: November 2–5, 2020
Where: Columbia, MD
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This intensive program offers a comprehensive look at the credit function. Upon successful completion, you should understand the role of credit in financial management, the components of effective credit department systems and procedures, specific government regulations that pertain to business credit, credit and policy procedures, selling terms, negotiable instruments, the Uniform Commercial Code, credit investigations, financing and insurance, business credit fraud, factors... Details
When: October 5–9, 2020
Where: Columbia, MD
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Financial Statement Analysis (FSAI) is a method of interpreting accounting data in an effort to understand the current financial performance of an entity and project its future health. FSAI keeps the evaluation process simple, but requires a working knowledge of basic accounting principles. The emphasis of the course is on analyzing financial statements issued by companies using fundamental ratio analysis techniques and analysis of the statement of cash flows. These evaluations can... Details
When: September 21–25, 2020
Where: Columbia, MD
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Registration will close Friday, August 28th at 11:59pm EST. Login Information will be sent out Friday, August 28th.

When: August 31 – December 4, 2020
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Online Registration Cutoff is May 29, 2020. Amidst the classical elegance of Caesars Palace Las Vegas, NACM presents its 124th Credit Congress & Expo. Business credit professionals from around the world assemble to steep themselves in this arena of education, professional development and community. Unite with us for a glorious, once-a-year... Details
When: June 14–17, 2020
Where: Las Vegas, NV
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When: June 14–17, 2020
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Registration will close Friday, May 8th at 11:59pm EST. Login Information will be sent out Friday, May 8th.

When: May 11 – August 14, 2020
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Financial Statement Analysis (FSAI) is a method of interpreting accounting data in an effort to understand the current financial performance of an entity and project its future health. FSAI keeps the evaluation process simple, but requires a working knowledge of basic accounting principles. The emphasis of the course is on analyzing financial statements issued by companies using fundamental ratio analysis techniques and analysis of the statement of cash flows. These evaluations can... Details
When: February 3–7, 2020
Where: Columbia, MD
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Registration will close Friday, January 10th at 11:59pm EST. Login Information will be sent out Friday, January 10th.

When: January 13 – April 17, 2020
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This course presents an introduction to basic financial accounting. Students begin at square one, learning the foundation of accounting principles. As the language of business, accounting is essential to business professionals. The course runs approximately 15 weeks and is facilitated by an accounting professional who is available for questions by email. Students receive a course bundle before the start of the session, which includes the textbook, study guide, and online... Details
When: January 6 – April 17, 2020
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With the legal environment of business constantly changing, it is imperative to have a solid understanding of the laws that affect business and credit. This course is designed to introduce students to the basics of law, the legalities of contracts and the emerging importance placed upon laws affecting cyber crimes. The course runs approximately 12 weeks and is instructed by a legal professional. Students will receive a course bundle before the start of the session, which include... Details
When: January 6 – March 27, 2020
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A continuation of the Business Law course, Credit Law looks more closely at negotiable instruments, debtor-creditor relationships and government regulations. The course runs approximately 12 weeks and is facilitated by a legal professional. Students receive a course bundle before the start of the session, which includes the textbook, study guide and online component. During the duration of the course, students take two proctored exams. Upon successfully completing the course with... Details
When: January 6 – March 27, 2020
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New INCOTERMS rules are being implemented on January 1, 2020. This webinar will review all of the important changes from INCOTERMS 2010. There are still 11 INCOTERMS: seven under the heading of Any Mode of Transport and four under the heading of Sea and Inland Waterway. There is only one change to the prior 11 terms; DAT is no longer being used. It is being replaced by the term DPU, which will be explained in the webinar. Most of the key changes in the new INCOTERMS involve... Details
When: November 12, 2019
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Collaboration and teamwork are the lifeblood of a successful organization. Building a successful team requires stellar communication, effective conflict resolution tactics and strong relationships. Many factors affect communication styles and strategies of individuals, including age, sex, cultural background, personal communication style and many more. Great teams employ strategies for effective listening, understand the best ways to guarantee that intent and reception are... Details
When: November 11, 2019
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If your company operates in an area affected by a natural disaster, then it presents a difficult situation in terms of debt collection. The last thing anyone wants to do is pile on and make things worse for people when they are struggling. At the same time though, your company needs to be paid for goods or services already provided before the natural disaster. This webinar will explore some suggestions for how to proceed and what to expect in terms of resuming debt collection... Details
When: November 4, 2019