2015 Seminar Series: Taking It To The Next Level
Presented by: Wisconsin Business Development
Location: Sheraton Madison Hotel (706 John Nolen Drive)
Time: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Striving for success. Continuous process improvement. Taking it to the next level. These catch-phrases describe people or organizations pursuing a higher level of achievement. The commercial lending industry knows these expressions well! In our ‘more-better-faster’ world, standing pat is no longer an option.
It is in that vein that WBD is proud to announce that we will be taking our 2015 Seminar Series to the next level by incorporating a full-day of SBA program information at five of our seminar sites!
The “traditional” morning seminar — designed to meet the needs of bank executives, commercial lenders, accountants, attorneys, and economic development professionals — will provide a high-level overview of the latest program and general eligibility changes to SBA’s 504 and 7(a) programs, case study support of concepts, and updates on WBD affiliates, including our direct-lending efforts through the Lincoln Opportunity Fund.
The ‘new-this-year’ afternoon workshop — designed to meet the needs of credit analysts, portfolio managers, credit administration, loan administration, SBA administration — will provide a more in-depth study of specific program eligibility, underwriting, structuring, closing, funding, and servicing rules and regulations related to SBA’s 504 and 7(a) programs. This workshop will complement the Morning Seminar material with little or no repetition.
Join us as we help you take your SBA knowledge and understanding to the next level!
8:00-8:30 am – Networking & Continental Breakfast
8:30-11:30 am – Morning Seminar (with 15 minute break)
*1:00-4:00 pm – Afternoon Workshop (with 15 minute break). Does not include lunch. There will be a 90 minute lunch break between the morning seminar and afternoon workshop.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION & FEES
Morning Seminar – $25
* Afternoon Workshop – $25
Both Morning and Afternoon Sessions – $40 ($10 savings)