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Event Name:Specialized Lending Policy Issues – Agriculture, SBA, Energy and More
Date:Tuesday, October 16, 2018 1:00pm CDT
Presented By:BankersHub
Panelist(s) Info: Dev Strischek  (Bio)

As the Principal for Devon Risk Advisory Group, Dev Strischek brings years of senior experience in financial services to his clients around the areas of risk policy, risk culture, and portfolio risk management. Dev also serves as a Member of the Private Company Council for FASB. Prior to those roles, Dev served for 18 years at SunTrust Bank, retiring as their Sr Vice President and Senior Credit Policy Officer for the bank. Dev is a frequent industry speaker on many aspects associated with credit risk and compliance, as well as loan policy best practices. He has also authored many industry trade articles on principles and practices, problems and issues relevant to risks that financial organizations must manage.

Credits:1.2 AAP Credits, 1.0 CPE Credit

How to manage specialized lending portfolios and their concentration risks

Lenders often become adept at financing unique types of borrowings, but as they penetrate a given area, this specialization also runs the risk of becoming a concentration.  In today’s market, several types of lending have become frequent specializations:

  • Agricultural Lending
  • SBA Lending
  • Auto, and
  • Energy Lending

Join Dev Strischek in this credit webinar to learn what ‘Specialized Lending’ often requires, including:

  • Limitations and Risks
  • Underwriting policy standards and exceptions
  • Risk-based specialty approvals
  • Credit support requirements
  • Ongoing monitoring and reporting standards

This credit webinar also goes into the FDIC definitions of concentration risks, identifying and managing concentrations associated with these specialized lending areas. Regardless of which areas of specialized lending your institution has in its asset portfolio, you and your lending team won’t want to miss this very topical and relevant training!