In the community banking environment, lenders receive loan requests from many and varied types of borrowers. Unlike lenders in large financial institution who can afford to specialize in specific types of loans, community bank lenders must be generalists and have a broad base knowledge of lending to different types of borrowers. This course is designed to provide the community bank lender with skills to analyze non-traditional borrowers including: Asset-Based Borrowers, Analyzing Developers and Builders, Analyzing Non-Profit Organizations, Analyzing the Personal Guarantor and Multi-Business Owner, Analyzing Service Companies.
"Jeffery did a fantastic job all week keeping us engaged in the material and involved. He was a fantastic coordinator & lead professor"
Cliff Knowlton, Prime South
"WONDERFUL!! Great Instructor, great information. Will definitely attend more of Jeffery's classes".
Ansley Oliver, Georgia Commerce Bank