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Critical Topics in Commercial Lending

Firm Events
12.11.2018

Join us Tuesday, December 11 for this CLE session for financial services in-house counsel when Lara Page and Scott Smalley discuss timely and evolving topics in commercial lending.

This fast-paced CLE program will cover five primary topics:

  • LIBOR Replacement
    With the phaseout of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) the financial industry is working together to identify an alternate which will more accurately reflect a lender's cost of funds. What does that look like for you?
  • LLC Interests as Collateral
    Learn the challenges secured lenders face in the diligence and documentation processes of attaching and perfecting security interests in LLC interests.
  • Final Advances in Construction Lending
    Construction lenders often require a laundry list of deliverables as a condition to making the final advance of a loan. Hear first-hand experience helping lenders avoid delays and disputes in this process.
  • Guaranties
    Learn about common themes arising when negotiating completion guarantees and bad boy guarantees in real estate lending from the borrowers and their legal counsel.
  • The Deemed Dividend Problem
    A high-level overview of recently proposed tax regulations relating to credit support arrangements with foreign subsidiaries of U.S. companies.

This program will be presented from Stinson's Minneapolis office and videoconferenced to our downtown Denver, Denver Tech Center and Kansas City offices. A real-time webinar will be offered for those who cannot attend in person.

Register online using a link below.

Register to attend in person

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Michelle Ritterskamp
Events Specialist
314.259.4572
michelle.ritterskamp@stinson.com

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