Presenter: Steve White, Lead Lender Relations Specialist
Please join the RMA Rocky Mountain Chapter for an educational program covering recent updates in the SBA program, including changes in the EIDL loan program. This course will also help you understand underwriting the ‘SBA way’ to avoid potential pitfalls that can put your SBA guaranty at risk. We are excited that this course will be facilitated by Steve White, the Lead Lender Relations Specialist for the Colorado District Office of the SBA. We will have approximately 20 minutes for Q&A at the end of Steve’s presentation. Secure your spot in this virtual program today!
- Overview of the SBA Lending Program
- Changes/updates in the SBA program:
- fee structure
- the 504 program
- Disaster Loan Assistance EIDL
- General Eligibility Requirements:
- Type of Business
- Use of Loan Proceeds
- Credit Criteria and Collateral Requirements
- Loan Authorization
- Due Diligence Items:
- Entity Documents, Searches
- Real Property, Personal Property
- Refinance, Construction
- Business Acquisition, Equity Injection
- Loan Documents
Credits: 1.80 CRC Continuing Education Units
Registration closes at 11:59 MST on 11/15/2021
Steve White is the Lead Lender Relations Specialist for the Colorado District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Steve began working for the SBA as a Lender Relations Specialist in the Colorado District Office in 2013. Steve was later promoted to Senior Area Manager for Western North Carolina prior to returning as the Lead Lender Relations Specialist for the Colorado District Office in 2017.
Steve’s experience with the SBA began in 1995 while working as a commercial loan packager for a privately owned bank in Tennessee. Steve also has a residential mortgage lending background.
Prior to working at the SBA, Steve served in the US Navy from August 1989 to June of 1995 and then Steve served again in the US Army from May 2003 to October 2012.
In between service in the Navy and the Army, Steve received his Bachelor of Arts from East Tennessee State University and his Master of Divinity from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY.