Credit Documentation and Sanctioning



£37.59 inc VAT
Study method
Online, self-paced
1 hour
No formal qualification

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This e-learning course on BBM - Advances is designed to help users understand the overview of credit function of a bank, various types of loans and advances by a bank. An in-depth discussion of procedure of lending different types of accounts by a bank branch is provided. Further, the course also highlights on financial analysis for lending, different securities provided for loans and advances, and asset categorization by banks based on their performance.


  • Overview of credit function of a bank branch
  • Principles and practice of lending
  • Financial analysis for lending
  • Securities used against lending
  • Credit documentation and sanction
  • Credit monitoring and loan recovery
  • Asset categorization

This course provides an understanding of:

  • The meaning and need for documentation
  • The contents of a loan document
  • The process of documentation
  • The classification of documents
  • The elements of execution and execution by different entities
  • The credit sanctioning process
  • The delegation of financial powers
  • The contents of loan policy and loan agreement

Who is this course for?

Those who are interested in understanding the operations of a bank branch with respect to loans and advances.

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