Credit Analyst

Oliver Everling, Jens Leker and Stefan Bielmeier (Publisher): Credit Analyst, Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, Munich,, bound edition, 2nd edition 2012, 402 pages, ISBN 978-3-486 -71314-5.

The escalation of the financial crisis has brought changes in hardly any other area as quickly as in the credit analysis. Basel’s banking regulatory requirements set new framework conditions for banks’ lending business after the financial crisis. At the same time, a variety of credit products have become increasingly important on the capital markets, from corporate bonds to securitisations. The credit and capital markets are growing ever closer together in the globalization process. Credit risks must be analyzed and managed – in banks as well as on the capital market, with both institutional and private investors. More professionalism protects market participants from the consequences of credit crises.

The leading training for credit and capital market specialists in the German-speaking region of the renowned DVFA German Association for Financial Analysis and Asset Management thus continues to gain in importance. The second edition of this book reflects the claim of the DVFA to provide up-to-date knowledge.

As a professional association of investment professionals, DVFA has been implementing the proven postgraduate program CCrA – Certified Credit Analyst for many years. This encompasses both areas – the classic as well as the capital market-oriented lending business – and thus offers a comprehensive and practice-oriented qualification for specialists and executives.

The book is suitable for preparing for participation in the DVFA program, as a constant companion to the degree program, to deepen DVFA’s other education and training offerings, to complement the training of credit and capital market specialists, to refresh knowledge for practitioners and users generally to expand the financial knowledge of credit analysis skills.

Oliver Everling, Jens Leker und Stefan Bielmeier (Herausgeber): Credit Analyst, Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München,, gebundene Ausgabe, 2. Auflage 2012, 402 Seiten, ISBN 978-3-486-71314-5.

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