Getting money: What lenders and investors want

Find out what financial and nonfinancial information is used to evaluate a loan request and the steps to prepare for a presentation to lenders.

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Time frame: 60 mins

Learning objectives for participants:

  • understand how a bank or investor will evaluate your business
  • learn the steps necessary to get financial statements and business plans in order for presentation to lenders and investors

Outline:

  • Why will I need additional financing and capital?
  • What are the typical sources for financing?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of them?
  • How are lenders and investors different?
  • Why do I need a business plan and how do I create one?
  • What are leverage ratios and how should I use them?
  • How do leverage ratios vary between business types?
  • How do lenders look at my business?

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Highlights

Update your knowledge and strengthen your network at this must-attend conference covering the most important issues and trends affecting audit committee members.

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