Upcoming IEDC Training Course: Economic Development Credit Analysis
Date: October 26 - 28, 2016
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
This training course is held in partnership with University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This hands-on course presents business financing tools and available private financing options, as well as how the public sector can complement bank financing. You will learn how to stimulate private sector investment that results in the creation of permanent, private sector jobs and increased productivity. Course participants will also perform credit analysis by determining how well a company buys and sells to make a profit. Learn how to read financial reports, financial statements, balance sheets and profit and loss statements. Enroll now to understand the basics of structuring deals for small businesses that often combine public and private sector financing programs.
• Business credit analysis and deal structuring/restructuring
• Credit risk, maturity risk, rate risk and liquidity
• Determining if a firm is productive and profitable
• Analysis of small business lending programs
• Negotiation and loan packaging options
• Review SBA, HUD, USDA and commercial lending programs
• Overview of real estate financing and lending tools
Students should bring a calculator to this course.
National Development Council
Raquel Favela was appointed as Director with the National Development Council in 2007. Since being founded in 1969, NDC has remained true to their mission - increasing the flow of capital to underserved urban and rural areas for job creation and community development and Favela is key to carrying out this mission. By working with community partners, providing technical assistance, professional training and small business financing Favela provides innovative structuring for financing priority projects for client communities.
Favela is a certified Housing and Economic Development Finance Professional and Construction Manager. She is experienced in New Market Tax Credits, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, EB-5 Financing, Tax Exempt Bonds, Tax Increment Financing, Community Development Block Grants, HOME Investment Partnership, Neighborhood Stabilization, HUD 108 Loan and other specialized federal funding sources.
Hampton Inn & Suites Carrboro
370 East Main St. Unit 100
Carrboro, NC 27510