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In this ten minute preview segment of our upcoming live webinar, “Forbearance Agreement Fundamentals” we will discuss critical documentation issues when preparing and negotiating a forbearance agreement when a borrower has defaulted under a credit facility and the lender is not prepared to waive that default. A forbearance agreement includes certain basic provisions including ratifications, estoppels, and releases. In the preview, we will discuss other potential documentation requirements.
This 10 minute segment taken from our live upcoming webinar, “Fundamentals of SBA Lending: Documenting, Funding and Closing the SBA Loan” to be broadcast on February 6, 2014 provides the viewer with a primer on two of the Small Business administration’s (“SBA”) primary business loan programs – the SBA 7 (a) and 504 loans. Although one can hardly provide a comprehensive review of these programs in a 10 minute segment, this presentation provides for an excellent source of information for an overview of each program in a concise and efficient format. Viewers will benefit from learning about the key characteristics of the SBA 7 (a) and 504 loans, the Administration’s policy goals behind the programs and the benefits to borrowers under each type of SBA loan.
This 10 minute segment taken from our full OnDemand Webinar will provide you with a brief, yet comprehensive portion of the program that will enable you to gain immediate insights to the world of your notary employees. In this quick preview we will focus on the audit and inspection component of notary employees. Clearly defining what a notary public is, understanding each notarial act, and recognizing the simple protections you can put in place are all discussed in detail in the complete 90-minute program, "Mitigating Risk of Notary Employees-Crafting an Effective Notary-Employee Policy.
Attend this brief introductory segment from our full OnDemand Webinar “Credit Analysis Basics: The ABCs of Managing the Company’s Credit Function” and learn about the “Five Cs of Credit,” as follows: 1) Capacity 2) Capital 3) Collateral 4) Conditions 5) Character Capacity is the company’s cash flow ability or ability to service its debt obligations, capital is the company’s financing sources including debt and equity, collateral are the assets pledge by the company in various financing arrangements, conditions are the economic conditions that impact the company, and character are the moral or ethical standards of the individuals that are managing the company’s credit function. The “Five Cs of Credit” model is the foundation of Credit Analysis Basics!
Asset based loans are full of complex issues. Lenders and their counsel often overlook, misunderstand or undervalue the importance of these third party relationships. This is compounded by the fact that third parties are often uncooperative or uninterested in reaching an agreement. This 10 minute preview of our full 88-minute OnDemand Webinar, will give lenders and attorneys the tools to understand and address third party relationships.
Douglas P. Koch and Colin McPherson, with McGladrey LLP, will address a unique investing opportunity for community banks – the low income housing tax credit, or LIHTC. This brief 10-minute webinar will discuss how community banks can benefit significantly from the LIHTC program as well as provide a sample investment benefit schedule and an introduction to the other advantages and potential risks associated with bank investing in the LIHTC.
Watch this webinar and hear Elizabeth Yen provide valuable examples of case law and potential defense strategies. The 30-minute program will focus on origination of mortgage terms and refusal to lend issues, two of the hottest areas of current case law.