Bandung, 12-13 June 2017

This activity was followed by Bank of Ceylon Sri Lanka as many as 17 people

Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) are common in the banking business. However the bank must perform an action to prevent, minimize and recover the NPLs as it is one of key indicators to assess bank performance in managing business risk.

In general, the growth of NPLs will force the Bank to allocate the collected funds to enlarge the Reserve Asset Removal for its soundness. Thus, the Bank in this case will erode its income or decrease Net Profit Margin (NPM) thereby reducing the bank’s ability to expand credit.

The diagnostic action of each NPL case requires a strategy that can provide quick and precise decisions aimed at increasing the ration of Loss Given Default. In brief, the recovery of NPL aimed at saving the assets of the banks that are embedded in the form of non-performing loans by taking into account of the debtor’s business conditions that still have fairly good prospects.

Based on the aforementioned background, the APRACA Consultancy Services (ACS) intend to organize the International Training Program on Road to Recovery (Handling of Non- Performing Loans) to enhance the capacity of APRACA members.

After the training the participants are expected to:

 Have knowledge to recognize the impact of non-performing loans on bank’s business;

 Become accustomed with the sound credit management;

 Have knowledge to recognize the causes and symptoms of problem loans;

 Have knowledge and ability in addressing and rescuing problem loans;

 Have the ability to identify the causes of problem loans and the selection for alternative solutions;

 Have advantage from the experience and best practices of the selected commercial banks in Indonesia on Credit Recovery.

Berikut materi yang dapat Anda upload

1. M-1 NPLs and Bank Business
2. M-2 Sound Credit Management
3. M-3 Indications and Causes of NPLs

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