Commercial Lending & Problem Loan Management (In-Person Only)
April 30- May 1, 2024
Member Fee: $425
Non-Member Fee: $625
This seminar focuses on building better borrower relationships and delivering value as well as identifying macro-economic and other external influences on business financials and loan performance. We will discuss where to look for early warning indicators of cash flow distress, underwriting ratios and cash flow analysis, loan structure and support. This seminar features a complete Global Cash Flow and cross-selling case (detailed walk-through and line-by-line analysis using latest tax return forms). Problem loan management will also be covered, including workout agreements, collateral liquidation issues, working with borrowers in bankruptcy, and understanding lender liability sources and how to avoid being sued. This seminar uses group work, real-life business cases, visualizations, and games.
This seminar will benefit newer hires or those new to C&I lending or credit analytics.
Mike Wear is owner of 39 Acres Corporation, specializing in banker training and bank consulting services in credit risk underwriting and loan portfolio risk management. Less lecture—real-life business cases—more hands-on practice… and more fun! Over his 41-year banking career, he served in commercial lending and senior credit management positions with Omaha-area community banks. Wear retired as a Senior Analyst in the Credit Risk Administration department of First National Bank of Omaha, a $26B regional community bank, specializing in underwriting large commercial real estate projects throughout the country. In addition, he developed curriculum and conducted multi-tier training programs in credit analytics on an enterprise-wide basis. He is the Loan Portfolio Management Section Leader and serves as a member of the faculty and board of trustees at the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, as well as GSB’s four Specialty Schools. He is a former adjunct professor for the University of Nebraska-Omaha. He has authored articles for banking publications and has served as a textbook editor/reviewer for the American Bankers Association. Mike is now expanding his advanced Commercial and CRE Lending workshops and teaches for several State Banking Associations. Bank consulting services include tailored credit analytics coaching, building loan portfolios, and loan portfolio risk management strategies and tools to identify risk early in your pass-rated portfolio.
Due to commitments we must make, if you must cancel your registration for this program, please do so at least 3 business days prior to the meeting date to avoid a $125 cancellation fee. Any registrant who does not cancel will be billed the full registration fee and sent the materials. Substitutions are welcome at no additional charge.
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