Risk Analysis (Library of 5 Courses)

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Library Overview

Risk analysis is the process of assessing the uncertainties associated with any situation. For example, if a person is taking a vehicle insurance policy, the insurance company is taking a risk of that person having an accident and a consequent need to pay the insurance. Risk in the financial context defines the contours of a transaction and sets the expectation for both the buyer and seller. Analyzing risk is important both from a buyers and sellers viewpoint in any transaction. The buyer is typically an institution/bank/individual who holds the bond/debenture. The seller is the entity, which is raising the money for its proposed projects.

Learning Objective
Target Audience

The course is targeted at students of finance, and professionals in the field of risk management, project appraisal, finance, accounting, or business administration who want a deeper understanding of these concepts.

Course Details

1. Industry Risk

The objective of this module is to lay a foundation for the overall credit risk assessment.
Duration: 1 Hour
2. Business Risks

The objective of this module is to enable the user to assess the business risk of various entities within one industry or across various industries.
Duration: 1 Hour
3. Financial Risks

The primary learning objective of the module is to assist in an analysts' ability to evaluate a financial statement and to understand the various ramifications of the same.
Duration: 1 Hour
4. Management Risks

The module aims at providing the user a set of tools that can perhaps make a subject element such as management risk to be evaluated as objectively as possible.
Duration: 1 Hour
5. Project Risks

The idea of this module is to sensitize the reader about the need for a separate project evaluation that will comprehensively address the various issues with reference to the project.
Duration: 1 Hour