Webinar: New Tools for Small Business Lending

11/13/2013 - 11/13/2013

Telephone Seminar

Time: 2:00 pm Eastern | 1:00 pm Central | 12:00 pm Mountain | 11:00 am Pacific

Length: 90 Minutes

Small business is the engine of job growth and economic recovery. Economic pressures have reduced asset values and caused a deterioration in small business credit quality, reducing small business access to credit. Through the State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI), enacted as part of the Small Business Jobs Act 2010, the federal government is providing each state with resources to increase small business access to credit.

Attend this free 90-minute webinar and learn how bankers are using SSBCI programs to complement their existing small business lending efforts, including SBA. States are using SSBCI funds to support the small business lending efforts of their banks in a variety of ways (capital access programs, collateral support programs, loan guarantee programs, and loan participation programs). Learn what your state has to offer. In this informative webinar state program managers will discuss how these four SSBCI supported lending programs work and answer any questions you may have. There is no cost to attend. Register today. Space is limited to the first 145 registrants. This resource will also be available for complementary download for those who cannot attend.

For more information contact ICBA Education at 800-422-7285 or email education@icba.org.


SSBCI Program:

Clifton Kellogg, Director, State Small Business Credit Initiative, U.S Department of the Treasury, Washington, DC
Nancee Trombley, SSBCI Program Manager, CalCAP, California
David Rodriguez, Manager, Capital Programs, Enterprise Florida, Inc., Florida


Joshua A. Harris, CPA, VP/Specialty Finance Manager, Seacoast National Bank, Stuart, Florida
Tom Huffman, SVP/ Wintrust SBA Lending, Village Bank & Trust, Arlington Heights, Illinois


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* Live Webinar is limited to first 145 registrants.

1.5 CPE Credits

Program Level: Basic-Intermediate