Counterparty Risk Assessment has always been an important tool but became even more important with the 2008 Financial Crisis, as well as in today’s challenged economic environment where numerous counterparties are defaulting. Establishing a routine methodology to conduct Counterparty Risk Assessment is essential for companies to mitigate financial and performance default risk and risk of key suppliers or even entities such as Engineering Procurement Construction Management (EPCM) entities, who lead the construction of the multi-billion dollar projects, from not being able to deliver on their commitments.
This 1 day course is intended to provide a greater understanding of conducting a Counterparty Risk Assessment of a wide range of entities, with a focus on the Oil and Gas sector, but applicable to all sectors. The course goes into in-depth hands on analysis of various entities’ financial statements, and various other important components that need to be assessed when choosing partners, suppliers, and important decisions such as whether or not to do business with them on a secured or unsecured basis.
Thursday September 29, 2016 at 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sproule – Noel Cleland Boardroom, Suite 900, 140 4th avenue SW, Calgary AB
Presented by Sproule Academy in partnership with Dargewitcz Consulting Corp (DC Corp)