|Event Date||Tue Mar 24 EDT (almost 2 years ago)|
It is imperative to protect the SBA guaranty – and the rules are strict. For example, your institution must notify the SBA within specific deadlines after taking certain collection actions, but you must obtain the SBA’s prior approval before taking other collection actions. In addition, you must document the business justification for your collection actions and retain the supporting documentation in the loan file so the SBA may later determine if your collection actions were commercially reasonable and complied with the SBA’s requirements. In addition, institutions are often required to submit a formal liquidation plan to the SBA. This webinar will explain the proper steps to collect and liquidate SBA 7(a) and 504 loans, the two most common SBA guaranteed loan programs.
Attendance certificate provided to self-report CE credits.
Who should attend?
This informative session is designed for those involved with SBA loans, including loan officers, loan operations staff, collections personnel, compliance staff, attorneys, auditors, and managers.
Partner, Spencer Fane LLP