International Loans - Fundamentals

Inter-company training

Who is the training for?

All public


16,00 hours(s)

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This course will help you in understanding the differences between domestic and international lending by taking their main aspects (legal, political, social…) into account. In a very detailed way, it will give you a complete description of what international loans are:

  • the forms of financing open to a company (loans, non-cash guarantees, bonds and equities) with a complete description of different products: term loan, roll-over, revolving credit, bond guarantee, completion bond, performance bond, bid bond, letter of intent, comfort letter, retention money bond, bond market, capital market and securitization
  • the costs related to a lending
  • the risk remuneration (the risk components, the reference note, the margin, the fees, the costs, the out-of-pocket expenses)
  • the bilateral/syndicated loan facilities: the different phases, step by step, from the beginning until the post-signing phase, as well as the different actors involved, their roles and the strategy to be adopted It also deeply analyses three forms of credits:
  • corporate finance, with a clear presentation of the scope of financial needs (asset and liability structure), the definition of cash flow, investments, capital expenditure, debt service cover ratio and some existing forms of financing (money market, foreign exchange, derivative products, committed/uncommitted credit line, term loan)
  • structured finance, definition, scope, use of funds and risk evaluation
  • securitization, definition, features, advantages and disadvantages


  • Introduction
    • Domestic lending vs international lending
    • Different forms of financing
      • Loans and guarantees
      • Non cash
      • Bonds and equities
    • Costs
    • Risk remuneration
    • Bilateral vs syndicated loan facilities
      • Origination
      • Credit committee approval process
      • Financial closing
    • Administration
  • Three forms of credits
    • Corporate Finance
      • Definition
      • Scope of financial needs
      • Forms of financing
    • Structured Finance
      • Definition
      • Scope of financial needs
      • Use of funds
      • Risk evaluation
    • Securitization
      • Definition and history
      • Forms of securitization
      • Parties to a securitization structure
      • Assets suitable for securitization
      • Financing object

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Language and price

EN 400,00€

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