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Advanced Credit PolicyContains 10 Component(s), Includes Credits
This is an advanced course in the analysis and formulation of credit policy, including policies regarding credit investigation, terms of sale, credit-granting, and credit limits. It is intended for experienced people (typically Directors of Credit or similar positions) who must make and enforce credit policy. It is not an introductory course. The course textbook, "Making Sound Credit Policy Decisions" is included in your purchase and mailed to you.
Bankruptcy BootcampContains 11 Component(s), Includes Credits
Eric Chafetz, Esq. and Jeffrey Cohen, Esq. with Lowenstein Sandler, LLP, bring years of experience to this Bankruptcy Bootcamp course. The course is segmented into three separate modules that will explore the purposes of bankruptcy, what to do before, during, and after a case has commenced, and the best ways to maximize recoveries and limit losses. Mr. Cohen & Mr. Chafetz will also use real-world examples to make the learning experience more practical. There will be a quiz at the end of each module to test your knowledge. Module 1, The Fundamentals: This module will provide a general introduction to the types and the terms and timelines that you should be familiar with when talking about bankruptcy. The instructors will focus on certain bankruptcy chapters and explain who the key players are during a case, as well as how to obtain bankruptcy course filings, proof of claim, and voluntary vs involuntary bankruptcies. Module 2, A Case Has Commenced, Now What?: In this section, you will learn the process and different aspects of a bankruptcy case once it has commenced. Using an example of a Chapter 11 case, our instructors will nail down the important things that you need to look out for during a case. You will also learn about who has the highest priority and who is next in line regarding claims priority. Module 3, Maximizing Recoveries and Mitigating Losses: The final module will focus on Section 503b9 claims, reclamation rights, preference claims, receipt of goods, and a debtor's defense to priority claim.
Business LawContains 56 Component(s)
This course is one of the two required CBF courses. This course is designed to teach the student about the various legal aspects of business. Module topics include: Law and the Legal Environment, Contracts, and Sales and Lease Contracts. Each one of these topics is broken down into multiple modules to give in-depth instruction You will use two textbooks to follow along readings which are outlined in the Syllabus (provided in the "Handouts" tab). You are required to pass one of the two post-module Quizzes before the next module unlocks. Please email email@example.com if you are unable to pass either Quiz.
Business Law and Credit Law bundleContains 2 Product(s)
This bundle includes the full course of both Business Law and Credit Law. You have a total of 365 days available from the day of purchase to complete both courses. Business Law: This course is designed to teach the student about the various legal aspects of business. Module topics include: Law and the Legal Environment, Contracts, and Sales and Lease Contracts. Each one of these topics is broken down into multiple modules to give in-depth instruction. Credit Law: This course is designed to teach the student about the various legal aspects of business credit. Module topics include: Business Organizations, Commercial Transactions, and Government Regulation and Compliance. Each one of these topics is broken down into multiple modules to give in-depth instruction. More detail is provided when you enter the course.
CBA Exam ReviewContains 2 Component(s)
This is a 2 part review for the CBA Exam. Toni Drake, CCE is the instructor for these modules and will help you prepare for the CBA Exam. This will review most of the topics and concepts learned in Business Credit Principles, Basic Financial Accounting, and Financial Statement Analysis 1.
CBF Exam ReviewContains 3 Component(s)
This is a 3-part Review which designed to prepare you for the CBF Exam by recapping the topics that you learned in the 2 CBF required courses: Business Law and Credit Law.
Commercial Bankruptcy Credit SpecialistContains 19 Component(s), Includes Credits
This Specialty Certificate will provide a broad overview of bankruptcy to familiarize the student with the different chapters of bankruptcy and the parties involved.
Commercial Collections SpecialistContains 19 Component(s), Includes Credits
This Specialty Certificate will present and explain the concept of the cost of credit. It will present the four basic costs of credit that businesses should consider when developing a credit policy which will aid in understanding why a customer doesn’t pay, and thus enable a business to prevent some of these situations. It will also show how documenting the credit relationship is a vital part of the preparation for lending and how to get set up properly so that the right policies and procedures are in place to help ensure a good credit relationship with the customer. It will also explain how to evaluate whether a company’s credit policies comply with the law. Federal and state regulations govern the extension and enforcement of credit. You will also learn about collection strategies, clear and consistent policies, seeking outside help during the collection process, and different bankruptcy chapters. The material in this collection of modules is designed for the beginning credit professional, with 0-3 years of credit experience. Also please note, regulations vary from state to state; this presentation covers general concepts about state regulations.
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