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Syndicated Lending Techniques

By: Euromoney Financial Training

South Africa

10 - 12 Nov, 2014  3 days

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A practical and highly interactive 3-day training course, incorporating numerous case studies, that provides delegates with a thorough understanding of the syndicated loan market, its process and potential and will enable them to:

  • Extend origination skills with focus on borrower's needs.
  • Utilise term sheets to distinguish between instruments and credit structures.
  • Review pricing process including alternative instruments, relative value and secondary loan market.
  • Examine distribution methodology in developing a syndicate.
  • Link the syndication process to the optimal structure of a syndications unit.
  • Explore dynamic tension between the parties involved, both internally and externally.
Who should attend?
  • Syndication teams.
  • Transaction management team members.
  • Client relationship managers.
  • Secondary market team members.
  • Credit officers.
  • Members of borrower treasury teams.
  • Originators in debt capital markets.
  • Project/structured finance managers.
  • Corporate treasurers.
  • Senior support officer’s e.g. senior agency team members.
  • Solicitors/lawyers.
How delegates will benefit from this course:
  • Utilise evaluation techniques to position the syndicated loan market in debt capital markets.
  • Identify the importance of syndicated loans to your clients.
  • Explore bidding alternatives in preparing the mandate.
  • Dissect a term sheet from a borrower’s perspective.
  • Review market-clearing pricing trends.
  • Unravel the latest legal/documentation issues for syndicated loans.
  • Develop a syndicated loan transaction strategy and present a personalised syndication analysis.
  • Mitigate syndication risks.
  • Parameters for establishing a syndications unit.
Johannesburg, South Africa Nov 10 - 12 Nov, 2014
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+44 (0)207 779 8543