C & I Lending

Online

 

C&I Lending Online will offer the same agenda, material and discussion as provided in our onsite training. The same seminar, but will just be online.  Since this training is a workshop not a webinar enrollment will be limited.  There will also be  specific requirements of all attendees.  Please review the requirements listed below.

 

The training will be offered in the following sessions;


Session CIL301    March 30th  9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Central Time)

Session CIL401    April 1st       9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Central Time)

 

Limited Enrollment   Registration Closes 3/19/21

 

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Training for commercial lenders, credit analysts & underwriters on managing risk in commercial & industrial lending. Ideal for lenders currently developing controls and procedures to support their plans to increase working capital & equipment lending.

 
 Loan Structure & Covenants 

We analyze proper commercial loan structure for revolving lines of credit, term loans, seasonal and other types of loans.  Attendees study what can go wrong with these types of loans and how sound loan structure minimizes these risks.  We review the role of non-financial covenants in loan agreements and the typical financial covenants for the following loans: 

 

  • Term loans
  • Lines of credit
  • Seasonal
  • Bridge loans

C & I Loan Agreements 

We analyze the structure and key components of a realistic sample C & I loan agreement.  Attendees learn how an agreement is used to manage and monitor a commercial loan relationship.  Topics include; 

 

  • Guidelines for negotiating an agreement
  • Setting effective financial covenants for working capital and term loans
  • The role of non-financial covenants in loan agreements
  • How to respond to defaults, when to provide waivers, amendments and accelerate the maturity of a loan.

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Collateral Evaluation & Documentation 

We review the key factors that can influence liquidation value of accounts receivable, inventory & equipment. A lending officer’s due diligence requirements in taking collateral.  We review what actions the loan officer must take in order for the bank to properly document a perfected security interest and insure a realizable liquidation value in accounts receivable, inventory & equipment.


Working Capital Financing 

Attendees learn to recognize businesses that are suitable candidates for working capital financing. We project a borrower’s potential working capital requirements and evaluate the factors that could impact required borrowings.


Examination of Borrower

We review a detailed examination checklist that lenders can use to evaluate accounts receivable & inventory. Attendees learn to recognize negative signs that could suggest higher credit risk. Conversely, we outline positive operating & business characteristics that lessen credit risk. We outline the key factors that need to be evaluated in setting a collateral margin against accounts receivable & inventory. 
 

Controlling Payments & Advances 

We outline possible procedures for controlling payments & advances. Topics include; 

  • When to use a lockbox
  • Methods for handling pay-downs
  • Using blocked accounts
  • Methods for handling advances

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Collateral Control & Protection

Attendees review the options that a lender could consider in controlling & protecting collateral. Topics include; 

 

  • Notification & Non-notification financing
  • Protecting the bank from competing claims
  • How to routinely scrutinize borrowing base reports for discrepancies
  • Checklist for loan officer’s responsibilities
  • Requirements, issues & concerns in performing field audits
  • Guidelines for bank staff performing a field audit & collateral verification

 

Collateral Liquidation

Attendees review the procedures & legal issues related to liquidating receivables & inventory. How a lender can maximize the liquidation value of this collateral. 

 

Special Requirements for Attendance

Approximately 3 days before the training, attendees will receive a binder with  pages of handouts used in the training.  Additionally, attendees will be emailed at specific intervals of the training additional pages of handouts. Therefore, attendees should have a printer available thru out the training for the immediate printing of these additional handouts.

 

Due to the Power Point presentations and additional visual material presented in the training, attendees must have a computer with monitor & video cam for attending the training.  (Cell phones are simply not adequate)

 

Request that attendees verify that their computer video and audio system is working properly prior to the training.  (The training will be held in a Zoom meeting) In order to participate in the training, attendees will be required to have their video turned on at all times.

 

Attendees may not record the video or audio of the training.

 

Instructor: Jim Shreve

Since 2003, attendees from over 700 banks have attended his seminars. He has over 25 years experience in commercial lending and credit administration. His background includes 10 years of extensive loan work-out experience with a major Texas based regional bank during the tumultuous 1980’s. He holds a Masters in Finance and a B.S. in Accounting.  

  

C & I Lending Online

 

Session CIL301    March 30th

Session CIL401    April 1st

 

Seminar Time:

9:00 am to 5:00 pm  (Central Time)

Seminar Fee:
$275 per attendee 

 

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Commercial Financial Analysis 

Online 

 

   Session CFA032

     3/23/21 - 3/25/21      (Registration Closes 3/12) 

 

 

 

C & I Lending

Online

 

Session  CIL301  3/30

Session  CIL401  4/1

(Registration Closes 3/19)