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Petroleum Economics / ECON-02 / Calgary, AB

1 day / 22 June 2018

Counterparty Risk Assessment

Rob Dargewitcz HBA, MBA, CMA

Managing Director, Dargewitcz Consulting Corp

Rob has over 20 years of experience in various finance-related roles in both the public and private sectors. Rob is currently the Treasurer of the North West Redwater Partnership, a Calgary-based entity currently constructing a new $8.5 billion upgrader and refinery near Edmonton, which will go into operation in late 2017. Rob is also the Founder and Managing Director of Dargewitcz Consulting Corp (DC Corp), a financial services and consulting business committed to helping companies grow and meet their financial needs through corporate advisory, consulting and financial services, including strategic economic and financial modelling.

$835

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Description

Counterparty risk assessment is an important tool in today’s challenged economic environment, where numerous counterparties are defaulting. Establishing a routine methodology is essential for companies to mitigate financial and performance default risk, particularly for key suppliers such as Engineering Procurement & Construction Management (EPCM) firms, who might not be able to deliver on their commitments.

Topics

This 1-day course offered in partnership with DC Corp provides a greater understanding of conducting counterparty risk assessment of a wide range of entities in the oil and gas sector. The course provides in-depth, hands-on analysis of various entities’ financial statements along with other important components that should be assessed when choosing partners and suppliers. It also helps with determining whether to do business on a secured or unsecured basis.

Designed for

The course is designed for a wide range of individuals at different levels of seniority, including analysts, business and technical managers, executives and board members.