SBA Lender Training Sessions

Below are links to all recent SBA lender webinars and training sessions.

504 Lender Training Region IX 50-10-5(K)

7(a) CAPLines Loan Contract - February 2019

7(a) CAPLine Loan Programs Webinar - April 2019

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program - March 2019

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program Submitting the Perfect Package - April 2019

7(a) LGPC Loan App Process - September 2017

7(a) Loan Servicing - September 2017

7(a) Workout Training - October 2016

Benefits of SBA Lending: A Win-Win for Everyone - February 2017

Business Valuations - Advanced Business - March 2019

Business Valuation Training - Parts I & II - March 2019

CAIVRS - November 2018

Colson 1502 Reporting - October 2018

Colson 1502 Reporting - December 2018

Environmental Policy Review and Updates - January 2018

Etran Origination Training - March 2019

Export Express - December 2018

Export Training - October 2018

Export Working Capital Program - December 2018

Form 159 & Lender Match - October 2018

Form 159 & Lender Match - November 2018

Form 912, Completing the Package – July 2017

Franchise Lending, New Procedures – January 2018

Franchise Lending Procedure - 4-23-2019

International Trade Loan - December 2018

Intro to SBA Lending - Part 1 - March 2019

Intro to SBA Lending - Part 2 - March 2019

Intro to SBA Lending - Part 3 - March 2019

IRS 4506T - New Form - March 2019

Lender Service Provider Agreements - September 2018

Litigation and Legal Fees - October 2018

Marketing the SBA Loan Product - April 2019

National Guaranty Purchase Center - Portfolio Management - September 2017

SBA One for Beginners - March 2019

SOP 50-10-5(K) - Updates - April 2019

Surety Bonds - November 2018

Title Insurance Overview - November 2017

Underwriting & Cash Flow Analysis - April 2019

USDA BI Overview for SBA Lenders - March 2019

USDA Loan Programs - December 2018

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