You’ve planted a seed in the agriculture industry, and much like weather patterns, circumstances change! You need to adapt to changes in order to cultivate positive results in your bank. We’ve brought in accomplished legal practitioners to inform lenders working with agricultural borrowers of what’s changing and how it impacts you, your financial institution and your customers.
This seminar focuses on the legal and financial risks to lenders as well as recent case law related to agricultural lending. You will become equipped with the special risk assessment, loan underwriting and customer management techniques which arise in today’s agricultural loan settings. The presentation includes a discussion of Uniform Commercial Code and will present alternatives and options for avoiding the pitfalls to documentation and perfection that have been identified by court opinions.
If your priority is to plant and grow the necessary industry knowledge within your team to become successful, you won’t want to miss this program.
• A State of the Union for Agriculture
• Loan Underwriting – Issues and potential traps
• Real Estate Loans – Special issues of interest
• Protecting the Lender – What to look for and what to do when problems arise
• UCC update - Recent court decisions of interest
• Story Time!
Upon completion of this seminar, participants should be able to:
• Be the top of your field in identifying unusual risks within agricultural lending
• Determine proper method for perfecting liens on collateral and real estate
• Produce a better position for the lender at the outset of the transaction and throughout administration
• Beef up your understanding of the UCC and how to avoid problems with perfection
Ag lenders, commercial loan officers, loan review and documentation specialists and any staff involved in yielding the highest agricultural lending success!
Jeffrey A. Mollet and Thomas G. DeVore, Attorneys, Silver Lake Group, Ltd.
5.00 CPE Credits (IL Public Accountants)
Per Person Fee
(Includes OnDemand Access through June 21, 2021)