Credit Risk Management: A Guide to Sound Business Decisions by H. A. Schaeffer (Hardback, 2000)
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- DescriptionHow to decide when to say yes to a credit applicant-without jeopardizing your reputation or your company's bottom line Deciding whether a credit applicant is ultimately creditworthy involves more than just poring over their financial statements-it takes the kind of advice only an experienced credit expert, like Hal Schaeffer, can give. A 28-year veteran of the credit screening process, Schaeffer outlines the nuts-and-bolts of assessing a credit applicant's financial health and ability to make good on a line of credit. In part one's clear, four-part A, B, C, D format (A is for Analysis, B is for Building Essential Business Credit Information, C is for Considering All Factors,and D is for Decision), the author examines a prospective borrower from every angle, using formulas, checklists of what to look for, and available outside information sources (from Dun & Bradstreet to the Internet) to get a genuine picture of an applicant's current finances and degree of credit risk. Also outlined are the financial, credit, and business factors that go into a sound business credit decision a guideline for consolidating facts to vindicate your decision, as well as a series of twelve chapter-length case studies (contained in part two). Discussion includes: Determining the cost and accuracy of financial information Isolating information gaps in financial records The actual costs (including total/partial loss of sale, insurance fees) and value (including future sales to the customer) to your company if credit is extended The exact nature of the sale-large (or small); one-time deal or continuous; the expected profit margin The controls your company has over the customer Complete with twelve chapter-length real-world case studies of problems typically encountered (with detailed solutions), Credit Risk Management offers practical, -nsense advice on how to minimize the risks-and maximize the benefits-to you and your company when you finally say yes to an applicant.
- Author BiographyH. A. SCHAEFFER Jr., CCE, CEW, is President of D&H Credit Services, Inc., a credit and financial customer service consulting firm to all sizes of manufacturers, wholesalers, government agencies, and credit organizations located in Port Washington, N.Y. He has served as a credit consultant for a number of midsize companies as well as Fortune 500 companies, including Bausch & Lomb and Mobil, Inc. He has taught credit courses for the American Management Association (AMA), the National Association of Credit Management (NACM), and Dun & Bradstreet. He has also taught customized courses for Fortune 500 companies and noncredit organizations.
- Author(s)H. A. Schaeffer
- PublisherJohn Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Date of Publication08/02/2000
- SubjectFinance & Accounting
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
- Content NoteIllustrations
- Weight598 g
- Width164 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine23 mm
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