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Measuring Risk 10

Risk Early Warning Signs

  • When customer fails to meet up with conditions precedent to draw-down.
  • Default in payment.
  • When repayment cash-flow begins to differ from the originally drawn repayment cash-flow.
  • When customer is unable to meet up with repayment of principal and interest on schedule date.
  • When customer begins to ask for variation of the original contract terms.
  • when customer is still unable to pay even after moratorium.
  • If loan is for a specific project, when the defined completion period begins to shift.
  • Extension of repayment tenor.
  • Variation of original loan conditions.
  • Disbursement of additional funds to meet variation requirement.
  • Joint management of project.
  • Look at alternative source of repayment

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