Conferences, Meetings and Events for Commercial Lenders
The Collateral Control Workshop is a comprehensive three-day program covering every aspect of collateral monitoring, operations management and loan administration. Participants discuss a variety of topics, including trend analysis, cash analysis, debtor concentrations, risk analysis, documentation, fraud detection and many others. The goal of the program is to promote sound practices in operations management. You will learn key terminology, calculating Ineligibles, dilution & advance rates, red flags and problem loans, financial spreadsheet analysis techniques, risk factors in various types of collateral,…More Information »
The Luncheon Meeting In Conjunction With the New York Institute of Credit agenda includes sessions of Factoring Overview, Legal Updates and an International Panel.More Information »
Program Highlights Bringing CEOs and Presidents of leasing and finance companies together to discuss the issues of the day, to strategize about the future and to create lasting business relationships. Who Should Attend The attendance policy has changed for the 2015 Executive Roundtable. Attendance is still limited to the senior executive leadership from ELFA member companies. Executives must hold the position of president, CEO, managing director, COO, be part of the senior leadership team and/or manage a substantial division within…More Information »
NEFA’s National Equipment Finance Summit is the premiere educational and networking event for professionals in the commercial equipment finance industry and the funding sources, professional services and other suppliers who want to reach them.More Information »
CFA’s newest event, Alternative & P2P Lending & Investing Conference, will bring together industry-leading practitioners and influential decision makers in the Alternative Finance and Peer-To-Peer (P2P) lending sectors for the first time ever to discuss this growing segment of the industry. This conference is designed to address a number of the industry’s “hot topics” amongst many of the industry’s largest participants and stakeholders: What is Alternative Lending and why there is so much interest in it? Why does it exist?…More Information »
More than a thousand bankers come together each year to speak to Congress and regulators in a unified voice so that together our industry can be heard. The 2015 ABA GR Summit is the opportunity for you and your peers to advocate for the changes hometown banks need to better serve their customers. Our collective voice is critical as we educate policymakers on the important role banks play in economic growth and job creation. Open to Bankers, Bank Directors & Trustees…More Information »
The 33rd Annual Spring Meeting features a roster of the best national speakers, and the depth and scope of topics offer something for everyone. Four concurrent workshops will cover various topics including programs for attorneys in large and small commercial cases, a track for professional development and a track dealing solely with consumer issues. The conference offers more than 18.25/22 hours of CLE/CPE in some states and ethics totaling 3.25/4 hours. In addition, nine committee sessions will drill down on topics covered in…More Information »
The 4th Annual Investors’ Conference on CLOs and Leveraged Loans program will feature extensive coverage on outlook for issuance in 2015, structural and legal considerations, relative value from a research analyst and investor perspective, the role of CLOs in commercial real estate finance, leveraged loan performance and analysis, ratings methodology for CLOs, and more. Furthermore, this conference provides in depth coverage on the leveraged loan market which is of great interest to the loan level investor. Such discussions include changing…More Information »
All executives and professionals in the 504 industry are invited to the first-ever Washington, D.C. NADCO Spring Summit! This midyear conference is no longer just about government relations but will now incorporate additional components and discussions such as the 504 regulatory environment, technical issues, and other hot topics.More Information »
About Capital Events
Small Business Finance Institute (SBFI) offers information about various conferences, meetings and events for commercial lenders in an effort to provide a one-stop resource to access the many organizations that serve this industry.
SBFI encourages lender participation with your choice of an appropriate trade association and attendance to their professional events to access their briefings, training and insight needed to perform your job with the best practices the industry can offer.
Visit these page often to learn about the latest scheduled commercial lending conferences, meetings and events, as provided by the leading trade associations and service providers focused on the commercial lending market.
To meet SBFI’s mission to foster a stronger, more profitable and responsive small business capital marketplace through better information, training, and mobility for individual commercial lenders, we’ve assembled these pages, which will be updated regularly and connect you directly with the sponsor and event site for more details.
Here’s a list of the associations and service organizations we track:
- ABL Advisor
- American Bankers Association
- Central Texas Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders
- Coleman Report
- Colorado Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders
- Commercial Finance Association
- Equipment Lease Financing Association
- Florida Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders
- Georgia Lenders Quality Circle
- Houston Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders
- International Factoring Association
- Monitor Daily (ABL)
- National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders
- National Association of Development Companies
- National Equipment Finance Association
- North American Merchant Advance Association
- North Texas Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders
- Risk Management Association
- Scotsman Guide
- Western Pennsylvania Association of SBA Guaranteed Lenders
If you recognize any resources we’re missing, please advise us with an email to Director@SBFI.org.
The Small Business Finance Institute was founded on the premise of providing sound, germane and principled information and resources to support and promote the commercial lending sector and its participants. We advocate distribution of credit capital in a prudent, responsible manner that utilizes time-tested, regulatory compliant practices, which inures to the benefit of all stakeholders.