Collections & Bankruptcy (In-Person, Live Stream and Recording)
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September 27, 2022
9:00am - 4:00pm
Member Fees: $265 (In-Person); $365 (Live Stream); $530 (Recording); $100 Add On Recording Fee with In-Person or Live Stream Registration
Non-Member Fees: $465 (In-Person); $565 (Live Stream); $730 (Recording); $100 Add On Recording Fee with In-Person or Live Stream Registration
Please note: If you participate in-person or by live stream via Zoom, we will email a certificate to you following the program. Certificates will only be emailed to registered attendees. If you register for the recording, we will not be able to provide a certificate because we will not be able to track attendance.
The focus of this workshop is the quality control function of the credit process. We will discuss techniques that have proven to be effective in dealing with past due accounts. Also covered, will be information on collection letters and the overall collection process. The review of the bankruptcy procedures will focus on lenders' rights during bankruptcy. This will include the proper use of counsel and ways to minimize bank losses.
- Understanding Bankruptcy Chapters 7, 11 & 13
- Use of collateral cash
- The concepts of "Adequate Protections" and "The Automatic Stay"
- Write more persuasive collection letters
- Identify illegal collection practices
- Identify strategies for dealing with collection techniques
- Improve telephone collection techniques
- Comply with Fair Debt Collections Act
Special Assets and collection personnel, loan review staff, loan operations staff, loan officers, loan assistants and branch managers
Theron D. Green is an industry veteran with over 20 years experience in banking, finance and financial services. He has held a number of leadership and individual contributor roles within the Wealth Management, Commercial / Small Business Banking and Retail Banking divisions. His expertise lies within the areas of business development, strategic financial planning and investment management, portfolio management, financial analysis and customer relationship management. Outside of his regular responsibilities, Mr. Green also champions, participates and consults in different causes including, but not limited to, financial and economic literacy, financial counseling, non-profit advisory and community banking. Mr. Green has been, and continues to be, a frequent contributor on panel discussions centered on subjects such as behavioral finance, financial planning, investment advisory and careers in finance. Theron Green earned his undergraduate degree in Public Relations from Florida A&M University and his Executive Masters of Business Administration (EMBA) from Howard University where he currently sits on the Advisory Board for Executive Education programs for the School of Business.
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