Liquidate Your SBA 7(a) Loans in Two Years or Lose the Guaranty



Liquidate Your SBA 7(a) Loans in Two Years or Lose the Guaranty
Know the Rules to Ensure Guaranty Payments and Don’t Risk Losing Your PLP License — a 75-minute webinar that allows your staff to earn e-certification.

A Coleman Webinar
Date: Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Time: 2:00 p.m. Eastern

Go to Registration and Payment | Download a Registration Form
Don’t let liquidators threaten your SBA 7(a) guaranty or your PLP license by violating SOP-mandated December 1, 2017 deadline.

Learn to Spot Liquidators’ Deadline Violations in Defaulted SBA 7(a) Loans — and How to Prevent Them from Jeopardizing Your Guaranty and PLP License — a 75-minute webinar that allows your staff to earn e-certification.

Did you know that If you have an SBA 7(a) that defaulted prior to December 1, 2015 it must be liquidated by December 1, 2017 in order to have SBA honor the purchase guaranty? And do you know the deadlines for defaulted loans post December 1, 2015?

Denial of 7(a) guaranties and the suspension of your PLP license are the risks you face if you fail to adhere to recently imposed SBA deadlines on completing liquidation procedures for your defaulted loans. Know the deadlines and learn how to clean up your backlog of SBA special assets to eliminate the risk of being suspended from SBA’s lending programs.

Ominously, legislation passed out of the Senate Small Business Committee last month will give SBA the ability to impose civil fines and PLP program suspensions to lenders who fail to meet agency “prudent lender” deadlines.

SBA has stated a major initiative this year is to clean up its books of charged-off loans. Your PARRiS score will be negatively impacted by the number defaulted loans that have not been submitted on a “wrap” up report and removed off SBA’s books.

Proactive lenders will take the steps to avoid these risks. Lenders who wait to address this problem next year expose their SBA lending program to unnecessary risks.

A clean-up list of SBA 7(a) liquidating loans is a sign of SBA loan department management excellence, and will be reflected positively in your institution’s PARRiS score.

Poor attention to detail of your SBA 7(a) special assets will bring a higher level of SBA review. WIth new proposed SBA loan review regulations, this will add tens of thousands of dollars in future oversight fees to lenders with low PARRiS scores.

Former SBA Loan Servicing Center Deputy Director Lance Sexton will explain to SBA managers and liquidators how to exactly to meet SBA’s exacting standards at the least amount of time and cost.

Help your staff master liquidation SOPs to protect your SBA guaranties and your PLP license.
  • Adopt best practices to meet and beat SBA lender liquidation deadlines
  • Comfortably know when to pursue collateral recoveries, or when to abandon collateral
  • Management will know their liquidators are SBA compliant with critical deadlines
  • Management will know guaranty purchase package submissions on time will be paid by the SBA
  • Senior managers can comfortably read each monthly report showing progress before the December 1, 2017 implementation deadline
  • Managers and the C-Suite, as well as SBA, will be able to track your compliance with SBA’s new prudent liquidation definition.
Get an SBA insider’s advice on these new regulations
  • What SBA is telling lenders when they use the term “prudent liquidation.”
  • Threatened “Enforcement Actions” to be issued by SBA to SBA 7(a) lenders for not completing their current liquidation caseload by December 1, 2017.
  • Threatened “Enforcement Actions” to be issued by SBA to SBA 7(a) lenders who do not complete liquidation of collateral within two years of the guaranty purchase.
  • New rules in preparing SBA 7(a) wrap-up reports.
  • How to calculate the SBA 7(a) lender annual servicing fee when the loan during the liquidation process.
  • New rules and clarifications for SBA 7(a) revolving lines of credit.
  • Special liquidation rules for SBA 7(a) small loans less than $350,000.
  • Mandatory use of e-Tran for certain SBA 7(a) servicing and liquidation actions.
  • New credit bureau reporting rules for SBA 7(a) loans.
  • New SBA 7(a) Liquidation status reporting requirements.
  • New rules for returning a SBA 7(a) loan from liquidation to regular servicing status.
  • The new rules about receiverships and liquidations.
  • Specific guidance when you need to submit liquidation expenses to SBA.
  • What to do with the 1099-C.
 Taught by National SBA Experts
  • head_coleman

    Bob Coleman, Publisher, Coleman Report

  • head_teckler

    Lance Sexton, Coleman Faculty Instructor

Lance Sexton served as Deputy Director of the SBA Little Rock Commercial Loan Servicing Center managing the Servicing of SBA Loans, the liquidation of SBA Express Loans, and the Liquidation of SBA 504 loans in a 24 state area. Lance has 30 years of experience in the origination, servicing, and liquidation of SBA Loans, ten years of experience directly managing portfolios of SBA loans that are both performing and nonperforming, and six years of experience as a small business owner.

Bob Coleman is the Author of “Money Money Everywhere and Not a Drop for Main Street.” He is the Publisher of the Coleman Report, a trade newsletter and website for SBA and small business lenders. He produces online training videos and webinars for small business lenders to teach them to make less risky loans to Main Street.

Webinar Details

Certificates of Participation
All Coleman Webinar attendees will receive a certificate of participation. This documents your continuing education history for SBA and your regulators.

We will automatically forward a certificate of participation for those who are registered to attend the webinar via GoToWebinar.

If you have purchased the unlimited site license and would like certificates for all who attend simply forward their names and email addresses to She will email the certificates to all attendees.

Questions are strongly encouraged. There are two ways to ask a question. The first is to ask the question via the chat box on the GoToWebinar dashboard. The second way is to send an email to Also, feel free to ask pre-webinar questions.

About Coleman Webinars
Coleman is the largest producer of small business banking video webinars and online training for the banking industry.

Our faculty are professional instructors are the absolute experts in their fields.

Why a Coleman Training Webinar?
It’s very cost effective. No airfare, no hotels. Just cram as many people as you wish into your conference room and turn on the computer. You have several options to view the program. You may watch on screen, or listen in on your phone.

You can choose to have any many connections nationwide as you wish when you purchase unlimited access for only $489.

A great benefit of the program is that you may have your questions answered by the faculty. All of our webinars are recorded. Buyers of the unlimited site license option will receive a DVD recording of the event to share with anyone you wish.

A transcript of the program is also provided to purchasers of the unlimited site license.

How it Works
We use GoToWebinar for the webinar platform. You will receive a link that will direct you to an Internet site to view the presentation. If you would like to test this process to make sure you will be able to access the link through your system’s firewall, just send an email to, and he will schedule a test run.

Accessing GoToWebinar
There are two ways to access the webinar. The first is to simply click on the link we will provide when you register.

If you have a firewall issue, or you can’t get the GoToWebinar link to work, don’t panic!

The second way to access the webinar is directly from the GoToWebinar website. You will simply need to input the webinar ID and access code. These will also be provided when you register, and again the day before the webinar when we distribute the handouts.

Note we will open the webinar for attendees to join at 12:00pm ET. This will give each attendee two full hours before the webinar begins to troubleshoot any technical issues. Call (818) 790-4591 if you need assistance.

All Coleman Webinar Speakers are seen Live via Video Stream
You will see our speakers live through a video feed. You may customize the size of the speaker and powerpoint presentations by clicking on the webcam button on the GoToWebinar dashboard. You may position the speakers at the top, bottom, right or left hand sides. You may also choose to eliminate the video stream and just view the powerpoint.

Telephone Only Option
You may also choose to listen to the program on your telephone. The phone number will be provided with the handouts.

PDF Handouts
You will receive the pdf handout via email the day before the event. These may be distributed to all of your attendees.

Replay Link
If something comes up and you miss any part of the webinar, or there are technical issues such as a power failure, Internet dropout, fire alarm drills, actual fires or, earthquake (yes that has happened!) simply email and he will send you a link you may watch all or part of the webinar at your leisure. There is no charge for this service.

The Fine Print
1) The single user registration fee of $389 is based on location not attendance. You may have as many people in one location attend. You may distribute the materials to anybody in your company.
2) For only $100 more ($489), you may invite as many people from your institution from as many locations as you wish. (You also get the reply link and transcript!) We will forward you a link that allows you to sign up as many people as you wish.
3) Substitutions are allowed at no charge.
4) Cancellations receive a 100% credit for any Coleman product.
5) As with all our products, we offer a 100% money back satisfaction guaranty — no questions asked.

Five Easy Ways to Order!

1) Previous customers need only to send an email to with “Register Liquidation Webinar” in Subject Line. We will do all the paperwork and charge your credit card on file, or send you a PayPal request.
2) Call Joseph Coleman at Customer Service at 818-790-4591 extension 1
3) Fax the order form to: 818-790-7859
4) Mail the order form to: Coleman Publishing, 607 Foothill Blvd., # 546, La Cañada, CA, 91012
5) Click “Add to Cart” to pay using PayPal

Liquidate Your SBA 7(a) Loans in Two Years or Lose the Guaranty

Bob Coleman
Editor, Coleman Report
607 Foothill Blvd # 546
La Cañada, CA 91012
(818) 790-4591
(c) 2016 All Rights Reserved