CBA Exam Review
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This module outlines what is covered on the CBA Exam. Material covered includes a review of Accounting, Inventories (LIFO and FIFO), Public and Private Credit, Federal Reserve Controls, Truth in Lending, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, ECOA, Antitrust Regulations, the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, the Robinson-Patman Act and Negotiable Instruments. There is no quiz for this module. Please click on the "Handouts" tab to see the Accounting pre-test and the Perpetual Inventory problem before you start the module.
This module outlines what is covered on the CBA Exam. Material covered includes Essential Components of a Credit Policy, Benchmarking, Centralized and De-centralized Credit Management, Breakdown of Selling Terms, Prepayment Conditions, Secured Conditions, Unsecured Conditions, the Uniform Commercial Code, UCC Definitions, UCC Key Aspects and Benefits, Blanket Security Agreements, Purchase Money Security Agreements, Financing and Insurance, Legal Composition of Business Organizations, Five Cs of Credit, and Indirect Investigation. There is no quiz for this module.
This module outlines what is covered on the CBA Exam. Material covered includes Financial Statements: Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Statement of Retained Earnings, Statement of Cash Flows; Accountant’s Opinions: Unqualified, Qualified, Disclaimer, Adverse and Compilation; Common-size Analysis, Ratios, Out of Court Settlements, Bankruptcy Acts, including Chapter 7 Liquidation Priorities. There is no quiz for this module.
James A. McIntyre, CCE is President of McIntyre Enterprises, LTD., a firm specializing in financial education, training programs and credit consulting. Mr. McIntyre formerly taught Fundamentals of Credit and Advanced Credit Analysis at North Hennepin Community College and is a member of NHCC Business School Accreditation and Advisory Committee. In addition, Mr. McIntyre currently teaches the NACM Credit Administration program for NACM North Central. He served as Chairman of the Board of the National Association of Credit Management from May 1996 through May 1997. Mr. McIntyre was awarded the Alice M. H. McGregor Award of Exceptional Achievement from NACM at the 1999 Credit Congress, and was the 2000 NACM/Robert Half Finance & Accountemps Co-Instructor of the Year. Mr. McIntyre was elected NACM Instructor of the Year in 2001.