Analyzing Bank Performance ILO, CERP


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** All materials needed to complete your course are included in the cost of the course. **

An overview of tools and techniques to analyze and improve a bank’s financial performance. Participants observe the effects of certain kinds of risk on a bank’s financial track record and the correlation between risk optimization and superior financial performance.

Learning Objectives

  • Use the Uniform Bank Performance Report to analyze a bank’s performance over several periods and against peer banks
  • Demonstrate the connection between a consistently high level of financial performance as measured by the Return on Owners’ Equity Ratio and its relationship to credit, liquidity, capital and operational risk for the bank
  • Identify the major factors that affect a bank’s financial performance
  • Identify key components of non-interest income and expense and explore strategies to improve performance
  • Utilize tools such as the Balanced Scorecard to assess and improve financial performance, including functional goal setting and performance evaluation


This course is designed for junior-level bank officers up through CEOs who need to analyze their bank’s performance. Participants should have some basic knowledge of balance sheets and income statements.

Course Credits

ABA Professional Certifications: 17.0 CERP

ABA Certificates: This course applies to the Certificate in Bank Financial Management.

ACE Credits: 3.0 in business administration or business management; 3.0 in finance or money and banking. Additional courses required to earn credit.

Upcoming Dates

  • May 13, 2024 – June 28, 2024
  • September 8, 2024 – October 25, 2024
  • No additional 2024 dates available.

Award Application and Career Pathing 

Analyzing Bank Performance applies toward the completion of the following certificates and diplomas:

Code: A1001ILO
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