The Credit Documentation Suite

The Credit Documentation Suite

Documentation formalises the lending, borrowing and security arrangements between the parties, details the borrowers’ and issuers’ obligations and provides lenders and investors with the legal recourse in the event of default. This video explores some typical forms of documentation that parties enter into when issuing debt.
Overview

Documentation formalises the lending, borrowing and security arrangements between the parties, details the borrowers’ and issuers’ obligations and provides lenders and investors with the legal recourse in the event of default. This video explores some typical forms of documentation that parties enter into when issuing debt.

Key learning objectives:

  • What are the main types of documentation that parties enter into

  • Understand what each of these documents are and features of each of these

  • Be able to understand how documentation depends on nature of transactions and are standardised

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Belinda Green

Belinda Green

Belinda Green is a credit risk specialist, with a career spanning 4 continents and numerous sectors. She has spent over 20 years in commercial and corporate lending roles for FirstRand Bank and UBS, where she was director of Corporate Lending from 2002 until 2013. Belinda shifted into education in 2014 and was a Faculty Lead and Senior Trainer for Moody’s Analytics Learning Solutions in Dubai for over 5 years, leading and delivering training programmes across the Middle East and Africa. In 2019, Belinda launched her own training consultancy in London, delivering learning solutions to clients around the world.

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