If your credit union recently decided to delve into commercial and industrial (C&I) lending, congratulations! You’re about to strengthen relationships and increase interest income. However, C&I lending is complex and risky. The key to success is to accurately identify, understand, and accept the added risk to your commercial loan portfolio.
AFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Confidently discuss the operating cycle of a business, including management efficiency
- Understand what is meant by CapEx (Capital Expenditures), why acquiring fixed assets is needed as the business grows, and how CapEx impacts business cash flow
- Address repayment ability for C&I credits considering both traditional EBITDA analysis and Uniform Credit Analysis
- Distinguish between non-real estate and real estate collateral
- Evaluate the level of risk in C&I transactions
Credit unions have started to originate more commercial and industrial (C&I) credits to provide loan portfolio diversification and expand credit offerings to their membership. As credit unions grow C&I portfolios, they must understand the differences between estimating repayment ability and the valuation and monitoring expectations of the underlying collateral.
This presentation will focus on three key attributes of C&I lending.
- Cash flow analysis. Financial institutions often treat C&I borrowers (non-real estate operating entities) similar to real estate holding companies in terms of credit analysis. However, a real-estate like EBITDA approach for entities that have significant trade account balances (accounts receivable, inventory, and accounts payable), won’t always provide the whole story in terms of cash available to service debt. Attendees will gain a better understanding of sources and uses of cash by a business, including cash derived from operations, cash used for investing in fixed assets, and cash provided to owners as dividends.
- Management efficiency. Understanding the operating cycle of your member’s business is essential. Learn how the lengthening and reduction of the operating cycle impacts the cash flow of an operating entity.
- Non-real estate collateral such as trade accounts (A/R and inventory) and equipment. Valuation of these assets is crucial in understanding secondary or tertiary repayment sources in C&I lending. This program will address factors to consider in non-real estate collateral, including valuation, determination of advance rates, and ongoing monitoring.
Join us to gain a better understanding of non-real estate operating entity performance, including generating positive cash flow, management efficiency, and the quality of assets securing C&I credits.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This informative session will benefit commercial lenders, credit analysts, loan managers, commercial relationship managers, and anyone involved in, or moving toward, a career in commercial lending.
- Worksheet to determine an entity’s capital expenditures, even without a UCA model
- Worksheet to determine the appropriate operating line of credit
- Employee training log
- Interactive quiz
SPEAKER: Aaron Lewis, Young & Associates, Inc.
Aaron Lewis is a senior consultant at Young & Associates, Inc. With over 15 years in the banking industry, his expertise is now dedicated to the lending division of Young & Associates where he assists financial institutions with loan, ALLL, policy, and credit-process and compliance reviews. He also conducts seminars on credit risk and compliance.
Prior to joining Young & Associates, Aaron was the Vice President Credit Administrator of a community financial institution in southeast Michigan and managed all facets of the lending function, including originations, underwriting, ALLL analysis, servicing, and secondary market compliance. He holds a Bachelor’s in finance from Michigan State University and graduated from the Graduate School of Banking, University of Wisconsin.