September 14, 2022
Member Fee (Live or Recording): $150 per connection
Non-Member Fee (Live or Recording): $250 per connection
Join us for a one hour webinar on best practices in properly structuring and documenting commercial loans, including tips on how to avoid errors that may impact collateral recovery and enforcement in a default or bankruptcy scenario. Led by a panel of well-seasoned commercial lending lawyers, this webinar is sure to enhance your understanding of commercial loan structures and to help you identify common pitfalls when underwriting and closing commercial loans. Issues that will be discussed include: understanding your borrower’s corporate structure and business; the role of the owner, borrower and guarantor; the importance of “consideration” and “cause” in lending; proper perfection and maintenance of your security interest; and how to document the loan for maximum protection in a bankruptcy setting. This session will be not only educational, but also interactive with audience polling and opportunity for real time feedback.
Lenders, Loan Review, Loan Operations
Heather LaSalle Alexis advises clients with commercial debt matters (restructuring, workouts, and turnarounds) in the energy, middle market and SBB/SBA sectors. She regularly advises clients on all aspects of commercial and consumer bankruptcy issues, from compliance to the enforcement of rights arising in bankruptcy matters.
Stewart Spielman regularly advises financial institutions nationwide on all aspects of commercial lending from front end loan closings to developing best practices and procedures for documenting and servicing loan portfolios.
Julia Terry represents the interests of lenders and borrowers in business and commercial transactions. She has over thirty years experience in virtually all manner of banking, finance, real estate, and lending-related matters.
Steve Strohschein focuses on commercial lending that delivers practical resolutions for his clients. Steve provides advice in numerous lending areas, including real estate, floorplan, asset-based, and small business lenders