Seminar: Loan Review--Implementing Best Practices

04/23/2012 - 04/24/2012

Minneapolis, MN

The loan review process is critical to the success of any community bank. The loan process must be structured and requires policies and procedures to ensure timely identification of problem credits, asset quality and accuracy. It must also have well-defined classification guidelines that ensure consistent loan ratings and the accounting for the allowance for loan and lease losses must comply with generally accepted accounting principles. This fast-paced course will challenge your understanding of credit review in today's banking environment.

  • Creating an effective loan review function for your bank
  • Performing accurate credit analysis
  • Improving your bank's loan presentations
  • Discussing methods for evaluating the adequacy of the bank's allowance for loan and lease losses, including understanding the computation of historical loss rates
  • Calculating the specific reserves needed for impaired loans
  • Dealing with the special challenges surrounding the evaluation of commercial real estate loans
  • Recognizing troubled debt restructurings and when to place a loan into non-accrual status
  • Envisioning the loan review function five years into the future and taking the first steps to get there

Start Time: 8:30 am Day One
End Time: Noon Day Two

Instructor: Tom Danielson

Who should attend: Community bank presidents, chief credit officers, senior lenders and directors

ICBA Member: (prior to March 23) $495 / (after March 23) $595
Nonmember: $695
Bank Director Program Participants: $395

12 CPE Credits
Program Level:

Hotel Information:
To make your hotel reservations, contact Embasssy Suites Hotel Bloomington at (952) 884-4811
Rate: $159.00
Reservation Deadline: 4/1/2012

For more information, call 800-422-7285.