Everything a commercial loan officer should know about the core commercial loan documentation package, including perfecting security interests on commercial collateral, loan agreements, signature requirements, loan closings and more.
This fast-paced seminar will focus on the purpose, use and content of the six core commercial loan documents: the promissory note, the loan agreement, the security agreement, the guaranty, the letter of credit and the subordination/intercreditor agreement. It will provide relevant, up-to-date and practical information to help commercial lending personnel.
This webinar has been created for bankers who have a basic understanding of loan documentation and wish to further develop, refine, confirm or polish those skills. Participants will receive a practical, ‘real world,’ intensive review of critical loan documentation issues, best practices, proper lien creation and monitoring under the requirements of Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.
What You Will Learn
- Promissory notes
- Security agreements, including proper collateral descriptions and perfection of liens under the UCC
- Loan agreements, including borrowing base certificates
- Letters of credit and reimbursement agreements
- Guarantee agreements, co-signors and third-party pledges of collateral
- The interplay of subordination and intercreditor agreements with the rules of payment and lien priority
- Signature requirements and supporting documentation
- Closing the loan
Who Should Attend?
Loan officers, credit analysis, note and credit department personnel, internal auditors, loan review and compliance personnel or any banker involved in the lending function.
Continuing Education (CE) Credits
This webinar is recommended for 2.5 CE Credit Hours. Each attendee will receive a Certificate of Attendance for self-reporting of CE Credits.View Delivery Options