1. Problem Asset Administration and Managing the Workout Process to Reduce Net Losses

Problem Asset Administration and Managing the Workout Process to Reduce Net Losses

$299.00
Problem Asset Administration and Managing the Workout Process to Reduce Net Losses
Event ID: 16718
Session ID: 15097

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Duration: 90 minutes including question and answer session.
Presenter(s): Mark Uhler
Price: $299.00, On-Demand includes full audio presentation, question and answer session, and presentation slides.
Who Should Attend? Board members, CEOs, presidents, CFOs, auditors, chief lending officers, loan officers and other lending personnel whose duties and responsibilities include problem loan administration and the workout process

 

Managing the workout process to reduce bank losses and lender liability is one of the greatest challenges facing bankers in the future. The new Current Expected Credit Losses Model used to determine the appropriate level of the Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses is based on the current estimate of all contractual cash flows not expected to be collected. It extends the time horizon from 1 year to the life of the loan. Therefore, it is imperative banks minimize credit losses to reduce the provisions for loan loss expenses.

While the generally more stable economy has reduced the number of new workouts in most markets, many institutions still have significant portfolios in workout status, and workouts are something that every commercial lender has to be prepared to deal with on an ongoing basis.

This webinar will provide the tools necessary to maximize the bank’s recovery, minimize bank exposure, and provide for the timely collection of assets to reduce net losses. The program will provide the guidance and insight you need to develop and document an effective workout plan, deal with bankruptcy issues, manage the plan, and deal with the accounting, reputational risk, case management and borrowers' “emotional cycle.”

Please join Mark Uhler as he guides you through the complicated process of loan workouts and provides the tips and techniques you need to effectively manage the process, minimize your risks and maximize your recoveries in loan workouts.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

This webinar will help you:

  • Develop an effective problem asset workout process
  • Develop an effective management report
  • Avoid troubled debt restructure (TDR) pitfalls
  • Deal with potential reputational risks in the community
  • Obtain timely and complete financial information
  • Reduce legal fees and help case management
  • Manage the borrower’s emotional cycle
  • Provide effective negotiating techniques
  • AND MUCH MORE!

YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER

Your conference leader for "Problem Asset Administration and Managing the Workout Process to Reduce Net Losses" is Mark Uhler. Mr. Uhler joined Sheshunoff Consulting + Solutions' Risk Management Division after a 36 year banking career as a consultant, regulator, and banker with specialties in loan reviews, reserve for loan loss reserve analysis, and problem loan work out administration. Mark served as president and chief executive officer of troubled banks in Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas where he was responsible for successfully restoring the banks to a safe and sound condition.

Mark began his career as a national bank examiner for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in the Kansas City, Missouri in 1973.

Mark authored the Guide to Developing a Written Lending Policy for the American Bankers Association and participated in designing the “Business Banker” certification for the Institute of Certified Bankers.

Mark graduated from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at Rutgers University in 1984 and received a bachelor of science, business administration degree from Pittsburg State University majoring in accounting and economics in 1977.

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