Creating effective credit write-ups is far more difficult than it appears on the surface. All too often they are a deluge of information, some relevant, some not so much. Credit documents need to add value to the reader by providing them with the information they need to know, but no more than that, to make informed decisions efficiently. The need to improve credit writing comes up in almost every conversation we have with senior bank managers. The discussions focus on two components. First, credit write-ups must be written in a succinct, error free, and non-repetitive way with a logical flow, quite a feat in itself. Second, the document must contain sound reasoning and analysis that effectively communicates the risks and mitigants in the transaction. Business writing can help the first but not the second. Credit training can help the second but not the first. This webinar will provide some practical tips on how to accomplish both improved writing and reasoning.