Basic Consumer Lending: A Two-part Webinar Series – Part 1
Two hour tele-web seminar September 17, 2012
This two part series employs practical techniques that will result in increased loan volume and higher quality loans. In addition to lecture, case studies will be used.
This tele-web seminar will begin on Monday, September 17, 2012 at 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM Pacific Time.
As regulators have become more and more concerned about commercial real estate exposure in commercial banks, consumer lending has returned as a viable source of earning assets. In addition to risk diversification, improved interest rate spreads derive from a strong consumer loan process. Declining real estate values and credit scores create quite the challenge for today’s lenders. Professional lenders require two distinct skill sets: Sales Skills and Underwriting Skills. This two part series employs practical techniques that will result in increased loan volume and higher quality loans. In addition to lecture, case studies will be used.
- Current Industry Trends
- Taking The Loan Application
- Qualifying Income
- Essence of the Credit
- Credit Bureau Reports
- Credit Policy Exceptions.
The primary audience is consumer lenders with new business development and basic lending responsibilities. Participants may attend either or both sessions. However, it is recommended that you participate in both to gain the maximum benefit from the course of instruction.
David Kemp is President of Bankers Management, Inc., (BMI) a nationally recognized company in financial services training and consulting. Prior to forming BMI, he served as VP/Director of Credit Services–Cannon Financial Institute, where he trained bankers nationwide. He also delivered credit and sales training to banking associations and financial institutions. Before joining Cannon, David was Vice President of Corporate Finance with Citicorp North America.
2.0 total credits
Member price: $250.00 | Non member price $500.00