SBA 504 Program Changes to the SOP 5010 Effective January 1st
When: Thursday, November 21, 2013
12:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Eastern
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The changes are significant, ranging from how to process a 504 loan, to SBA’s expectation for management of a CDC.
The fallout from the seizure of Frank Dinsmore’s Resource Capital certified development company is not codifiedin SBA’s standard operating procedures. SBA is sending a strong message to the industry that the agency is assuming a vibrant, regulatory role for all its lending partners.
This webinar is not only for CDC professionals. If you are a 504 1st lender, a director or board member of a CDC this is a must attend event for you.
Join Coleman’s expert SBA 504 loan program webinar instructor, Tom Wallace, as he succinctly describes all the changes to the SBA 504 program, and how they will affect you and your institution.
You will learn:
The more significant 504 program changes
- Credit reports will no longer be required on non-guarantor affiliates
- A letter of intent, a term sheet or letter of commitment is acceptable for a 504 application
- While SBA may not participate in projects financed, directly or indirectly, by Federal tax-exempt obligations, SBA may participate in Projects financed by obligations exempt from state or local taxes
- Guidance is provided as to when a 504 project may be approved and the additional conditions that will apply when the Project involves industrial development bonds (IDBs) or industrial revenue bonds (IRBs)
- Guidance on the eligibility of franchise, license, dealer, jobber or similar agreements
- How to obtain an affiliation determination
- Clarification is provided on fitness centers that target one gender (e.g. Curves)
- How franchisors may appeal the decision by SBA not to approve their agreement for inclusion on the Registry by following the procedures set out in the SOP
- How SBA views Businesses Engaged in Promoting Religion
- How to process a businesses with an Associate of Poor Character
- Changes to SBA Form 912
- The circumstances when a delegated lender may clear a SBA Forms 912
- Updated guidance is provided concerning the eligibility determination when a business may have an aspect of a prurient sexual nature
- SBA Form 1244 Revision
- The exact circumstances when you need a “wet” signatures
- When you must provide a copy of the purchase/sale agreements with 504 applications
- Updated guidance on the 504 closing process is provided including the number and types of documents submitted at closing, and SBA Counsel’s responsibilities for the closing process.
- Clarification is provided that CDCs are responsible for consulting the System for Awards
- Management/EPLS or successor system and SBA’s website to determine if an employee or Agent has been debarred, suspended or otherwise excluded by SBA or another federal agency to ensure that they are not doing business with an Agent during the time the Agent is suspended or otherwise excluded from SBA programs.
Changes to CDC Corporate Governance
- What Professional service contracts must be submitted to SBA for review and final approval
- That each CDC must adopt and fully implement an internal control policy, satisfactory to SBA
- That each CDC must provide financial statements in a timely manner and retain signed minutes of CDC meetings
- How you should document your financial ability to operate
- Changes to how to become a CDC
- Changes to CDC Desertification and Portfolio Transfers
- Changes to the Premier Certified Lender Program (PCLP)
- Lapse of the Alternative Loan Loss Reserve Pilot Program
- Implementation of a Loan Loss Reserve
- Definition of “contiguous” for multi-state applications.
Who should attend:
CDC Loan Underwriters
CDC Board Members
Commercial Loan Underwriters
SBA Loan Underwriters
Small Business Lending Department Managers
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Join Coleman’s Expert SBA Instructor:
Tom Wallace is the President of IDS Corporation, since 2002, a Florida CDC, which contractually co-ordinates, with locally licensed CDCs, 504 services in a dozen states. Mr. Wallace previously ran the largest Lender Service Provider for 7(a) in the Southeastern US. He has over twenty years of experience, both 7(a) &504.
Bob Coleman is the Author of “Money Money Everywhere and Not a Drop for Main Street“. Coleman is the Editor of the Coleman Report, a trade newsletter for small business bankers. He is the nationally recognized expert on small business financing. He has appeared on Fox Business News and CNN and has been quoted by all major financial media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Bloomberg. He has spoken at numerous small business banking events across the United States, including international engagements in the U.K. and Germany. Bob has a B.A. in Medieval History from the University of California Santa Barbara and a M.B.A. in Real Estate Finance from the University of Southern California.
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