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PCR04: Legal and Security Considerations in Support of
              Lending Transactions 

 

Comments from past participants
 

“Informative seminar. Useful for corporate banking.”

- Mr. Lim Tze Peng
ING Bank N.V., Singapore.
[Class of April 2009]

 

“A good course. Managed to acquire a lot of new knowledge on legal and security considerations.”

- Ms. Ong Lay Yean Jennifer
DBS Bank Ltd, Singapore.
[Class of July 2009]

 

“An interesting session which included an in-depth clarification on legal/security considerations in a lending transaction. It allowed me to correct many 'preset' concepts and principles of security considerations.”

- Ms. Josephine Ngoh Pei Shan
DBS Bank Ltd, Singapore.
[Class of July 2009]

 

“The course was well conducted especially for a very dry topic.”

- Mr. Teoh Beng Teik Alexander
DBS Bank Ltd, Singapore.
[Class of July 2009]

 

“Very good facilitator. I now have a detailed understanding of the security structure after this seminar. Enjoyed the seminar very much!”

- Ms. Jasmine Aw
RZB Austria, Singapore Branch, Singapore.
[Class of April 2010]

 

“I enjoyed the seminar. I understood it as both our countries are habituated with the common law, so our participation was really enjoyable.”

- Mr. Abu Reza Md. Selim
The City Bank Limited, Bangladesh.
[Class of November 2010]

 

"The content of the seminar was well laid out. Provided me more undetanding of the legal terms used and the different meanings attached to it."

- Ms. Farzanah Bte Rahmen
Raiffeisen Bank International AG, Singapore.
[Class of March 2012]

 

"Adam makes the seminar interesting and it relates to real life cases."

- Ms. Tan Tuan Mui Gertrude
Raiffeisen Bank International AG, Singapore.
[Class of March 2012]

 

"I was expecting this module to be a very dry topic. There was ample use of examples and analogies that make it a lively presentation which cleary highlighted the practical implications."

- Ms. Lee Hui Hsien
DBS Bank Ltd, Singapore.
[Class of March 2012]

 

"Excellent overview of legal doc concept with the right level of depth for attendees with basic to intermediate knowledge of the credit process.
Adam was really interactive and made the otherwise dry topic fun to listen to!"

- Ms. Foo Ying Chieh Esther
Credit Agricole Corporate and Investement Bank, Singapore.
[Class of March 2012]

 

"Adam has a way to explain very clearly different topics in an interesting, practical way. Enjoyable. He's very knowledgeable."

- Ms. Yeo Lye Kim
Svenska Handelsbanken, Singapore.
[Class of February 2014]

 

 
Highlights
 
  • Determine the need for collateral.

  • Discussion on types of security and collateral support available.

  • Establish the adequacy of collateral.

  • Understand key components of loan agreements.

  • Review adequacy of loan documents using a review template.

  • Use loan covenants to mitigate lending risks.


Seminar Facilitator(s)
(For complete profile, click on the name(s) below)

Mr. Adam K. K. Wong
B.Acc., FCPA, Certified Professional Trainer

 




FTS-Eligible
This programme is approved for listing on the Financial Training Scheme (FTS) Programme Directory and is eligible for FTS claims subject to all eligibility criteria being met.

Please note that in no way does this represent an endorsement of the quality of the training provider and programme. Participants are advised to assess the suitability of the programme and its relevance to participants’ business activities or job roles.

The FTS is available to eligible entities, at a 50% funding level of programme fees subject to all eligibility criteria being met. FTS claims may only be made for programmes listed on the FTS Programme Directory with the specified validity period.

For Singapore citizens aged 40 and above, IBF-FTS provides 90% Funding, subject to existing grant caps.

Please refer to www.ibf.org.sg for more information.

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