How to Improve Your Bottom Line by Mitigating the Risk of Loss Throughout the Lending Cycle - Free Seminar from Spilman Law
How to Improve Your Bottom Line by Mitigating the Risk of Loss Throughout the Lending CycleWednesday August 08, 2018 1:00 PM TOWednesday August 08, 2018 6:00 PMWheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack
1 South Stone Street
Wheeling, WV 26003ContactApril BiasMarketing Specialist304.720.5699RegisterThe success of your lending process can affect your bottom line, ratings, shareholder and regulator approval, and even your personal compensation. But in our practice, we have seen many complex and multi-faceted loans go south due to poor planning during loan origination. So how do you mitigate this risk to ensure the greatest level of success and keep all stakeholders happy? We have found the key is for lenders and recovery officers to work together early in the lending process. Join us Wednesday, August 8 to learn what exactly this means and how to implement institution-wide best practices. Following the seminar, we invite you to stay for a casual cocktail reception and chat with our attorneys about specific areas of interest to you.
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12:30 – Registration
1:00 – Welcome and Introduction
1:15 – Structuring Loans with the End in Mind
During this session, we will provide steps and strategies to help minimize risk of loss to lenders during the critical loan origination phase to prevent headaches later. Front-end lenders will find this session especially useful in creating processes that result in less work for them on each loan in the long run.
2:00 – The End Justifies the Means
Our short panel presentation will focus on real-life tales and horror stories of loans gone bad and how to avoid ending up in similar situations.
2:45 – Break
3:00 – It Takes Two: Working Together to Minimize Loss
This session will teach you the warning signs of a loan that could turn sour and how to spot negative trends with borrowers. We will also showcase how workout and recovery officers can provide invaluable early input to guard against loss or even reverse those negative trends before it's too late.
3:45 – 6:00 p.m. – Reception Register