2021 Managing Problem Loans & Bankruptcy - October 14th- In Person

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About this Program: 
This one day course is designed to develop the skills required to recognize and manage problem loans. Our focus will be on systems and processes that allow a bank to successfully manage the level of risk in its loan portfolio. This program makes extensive use of case studies and class discussions. We will also discuss the most effective bank management structure for managing problem loans. With the new bankruptcy reform comes many changes that will effect how we do business with bankrupt borrowers. The change in the law impacts everything from the automatic stay to serial filings to post petition financing. The style of this course is intense but fun.
Speaker: David Kemp
David L. Kemp is President of Bankers Management, Inc. (BMI), formerly The Management Group. BMI is a nationally recognized company in financial services training and bank consulting. Prior to forming BMI, he served as Vice President, Director of Credit Services for Cannon Lending Schools, as well as through Banking Association sessions for individual financial institutions. Mr. Kemp has more than thirty years of management experience in consulting, training credit administration and new business development.
Who Should Attend:
•    Loan Review Officers
•    Commercial Lenders
•    Credit Administrators
•    Special Assets Officers
Topics to be covered:
Loan Review Process:
•    Classification definitions
•    Risk rating your loan portfolio
•    The scope of the review process
Adverse Regulatory Actions:
•    MOU’s
•    Agreements
•    C & D 
Workout Guidelines and Strategies:
•    Negotiation skills
•    Analysis of the bank’s risk position
•    Workout 
Bankruptcy Rules:
•    What are lender’s rights?
•    Chapter 7, 11 and 13 provisions
•    Adequate protection provision
•    What are the major changes to the law?

Registration fees are based off the bank/company asset size. Registration fees are per bank/company, not individual. This fee includes all bank/company locations in Kansas. If registering online, please register one person from your bank to pay for the registration. Additional attendees should be emailed to: nortiz@ksbankers.com to receive login information prior to the conference. There is no limit to the number of attendees from your bank.

Registration Fees:
Asset Size:
$100 million or less: $300 
$101- $400 million: $500 
$401 - $750 million: $700 
Over $750 million: $900 
Associate Members: $700 
Non-Members: $1,250 

* Add $75 if registering after October 1, 2021
Recommended 6.5 hours CPE credit. 

We understand that circumstances arise requiring cancellation. If you cancel by October 7, 2021 your registration fee will be refunded.