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3rd Annual Bank & Financial Institution Special Asset Executive on RE Workouts

Event : 3rd Annual Bank & Financial Institution Special Asset Executive on RE Workouts

Mon, 11/02/2013  
Conducted by : IMN – Information Management Network
Contact : Joanna Christopoulos

 Some of the new, exciting topics that will are working on include: 

> New Loan Origination: What Do You Think Will Be Coming Back Into SAG Next Year? 
> Don’t Get A Bid: What Is Next For Your Illiquid Asset? 
> Small Balance Loans & Portfolios: Any New Strategies? 
> C&I/CRE, Special-Purpose, Owner-Operated Real Estate & SBA Loans 
> Stress Testing: The Art; The Science; The Regulations, Appraising 
> Appraisals: The New Federal Regulations 
> Pre-Foreclosure Best Practices 
> An Update On The Changing Legal, Municipal & Jurisdictional Regulations A Sag Officer Must Know 
> Bankruptcy & Foreclosure-Related Legal Issues 
 
 
Returning favorites will include 
> The Pre-Conference Bankers Only Discussion 
> Why Workouts Sometimes Don’t Work out 
> The Buyers Panel. 
 
 
 
IMN is a NYC-based company that concentrates all its efforts on constructing 50 financial conferences a year, 20 in real estate. At IMN we go to extreme efforts to provide a forum where the foremost panelists discuss the most critical real estate issues. Each panel is structured with a moderator and 3-6 experts with contrasting backgrounds presenting multiple points of view. The result is a peerless reputation in the real estate market and very well attended events with the most desirable target audience 
 
We look forward to seeing you at our Bank & Special Asset Conference on Distressed Real Estate in February.
 


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