What You Need to Know About Credit Analysis
A company planning to obtain credit from a bank may find it difficult to understand what factors are deeply analysed by the bank and as a result may fail to prepare themselves when challenged by the bank regarding their finances. This installment of "What you Should Know About Credit Analysis" dives into the broad topic of credit analysis by first explaining the general focuses of a bank when weighing the credit worthiness of a company. In the next volume, a more detailed approach will be taken on the quantitative aspect of credit analysis which will be accompanied by an example model so that the user understands and is ready when questioned by the bank.
Steps to Building a Financial Model
For our first article, we have published a brief article on how to build a financial model. This is especially useful for those who are in the position of needing to build a financial model but do not know where or how to begin. This article outlines the necessary steps for anyone who wants to develop a clear, structured, and transparent model. Note that this is the first volume of "Steps to Building a Financial Model", further volumes will be published describing in more details how to develop the Financial Model you want.