2010 August 26 & 27 Marriott at Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN Please bring a calculator for use during the workshop! Basic Consumer Lending 2010 This two-day basic program was developed for those charged with organizing and managing consumer loans. It will address credit decision-making as well as the human relations aspect of lending. This program includes case studies and role playing to acquaint you with effective interviewing skills and to improve your credit decisions. It also includes discussion on the concepts of secured lending and an analysis of decision making. Program highlights Benefits of attending • Dicuss loan approval processes and • Lower loan losses and problem systems loans • Read and understand credit reports • Faster approval process • Identify and discuss required • Increased portfolio yields documentation • Fewer documentation exceptions • Evaluate lending to the • Improved understanding of credit self-employed scoring • Learn methods of business development • Determine the impact of credit Who should attend? scoring on your credit decisions This seminar was developed for branch • Review basic loan documentation managers, assistant branch managers, collection managers, personal bankers, Delivery method management trainees, loan review staff, Group-live and those interested in learning more about consumer lending. Program level This program is excellent preparation Basic for those interested in attending The Southeastern School of Consumer Prerequisites CreditSM, scheduled for March 6-11, & preparation 2011. The school is conducted by No prerequisites or advance prepara- the Tennessee Bankers Association tion are required for this program. At- in cooperation with the Alabama, tendants should bring a calculator. Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi bankers associations. Please bring a calculator for use during the workshop! Basic Consumer Lending 2010 Learn from an Expert David L. Kemp is president of Bankers Management, Inc (BMI). BMI is a nationally recognized company in financial services training and bank consulting. Kemp has more than 30 years of management experience in consulting, training, credit administration, and new business development. His areas of expertise include commercial lending, consumer lending, portfolio management, real estate lending, workouts, and director responsibilities. Prior to forming BMI, Kemp served as vice president, director of credit services for Cannon Lending Schools. Before joining Cannon, he was vice president corporate finance with Citicorp North America where he was responsible for marketing investment and commercial banking services throughout the Southeast. While with Citicorp, Kemp was senior credit officer, specializing in financing retail companies. He managed a workout process that saved more than $20 million in planned charge-offs. Prior to joining Citicorp, Kemp held branch manager and commercial lender positions with First National Bank of Atlanta and with Citizens and Southern National Bank. He is a visiting professor and guest lecturer to many colleges and universities, as well as an instructor for education programs for a number of bankers associations. Kemp earned his BS degree in math/physics from Morris Brown College in Atlanta and completed graduate studies in accounting and corporate finance through Georgia State University and in capital markets and corporate finance through Harvard University. Agenda Thursday, August 26 Friday, August 27 8:30 am Registration/Continental breakfast 8:00 am Continental breakfast 9:00 am Program begins 8:30 am Program resumes Noon Lunch Noon Lunch 1:00 pm Program continues 1:00 pm Program continues 4:15 pm Adjourn for the day 4:00 pm Adjourn Continuing Education Credit Attendants qualify for 14 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit in the area of Specialized Knowledge and Application. No prerequisites are required for this program. For more information regarding administrative policies or complaints, please contact our offices at 615/244-4871. Tennessee Bankers Association is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue, North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Web site: www.nasba.org To obtain continuing education credit applications or more information, call the TBA education department at 800/964-5525 or 615/244-4871. Please bring a calculator for use during the workshop! Hotel Information This two-day program is being held at the Marriott at Vanderbilt University, located at 2555 West End Avenue in Nashville. TBA has arranged for a limited number of rooms at a special group rate of $149 per night single/double. To reserve accommodations, please contact the hotel directly at 615/321-1300 or 800/285-0190 and specify that you are attending the Tennessee Bankers Association's Basic Consumer Lending Workshop. You may also make your reservations online at www.marriott.com/bnaav (Special code: TBCTBCA) The reservation deadline for our special group rate is Wednesday, August 4, 2010. When the allotted room block is sold, room rates will return to standard prices on a space-available basis, even if it is before the August 4 deadline. All unreserved rooms will be released for general sale at midnight on August 4. Any reservation received after that date will be accepted on a space- or rate-available basis. Please make your overnight arrangements early to assure you receive TBA special rates. Parking: Special parking rates for TBA overnight hotel guests and local attendants are $14 for valet or $10 for self-parking per day. Self-parking garage is located behind the hotel on Kensington Street. Registration Information Registration Fees: The cost includes instruction; manual; and continen- TBA Members / Associate Members Nonmembers tal breakfast, lunch, and refresh- Early Registration $415 $830 ment breaks both days. Early Registration deadline is August 12, 2010 Please register early. At-the-door reg- Registration $440 $855 istrants will be assessed an additional $25 late registration fee. No written At-the-door $465 $880 confirmation of seminar registration will be sent from the TBA. To register online go to www.TNBankers.org Participation in TBA programs is limited to members, associate members, and nonmembers from an eligible membership category at applicable member or nonmember rates. Attire: Business casual attire is appropriate for all TBA programs. Because of temperature variations in meeting rooms, please bring a sweater or jacket for your comfort. Program Availability: Due to hotel guarantees and material production, reservations received less than 7 days before the program will be subject to space and material availability. Special Needs: If you have a disability that may affect your participation in this program, please send TBA a statement regarding any special needs at least 10 days before the program. We will contact you to discuss accommodations. Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received For more information contact: in the TBA office 7 business days prior to the Susan Taylor, CMP scheduled program will be refunded in full. – srtaylor@TNBankers.org Due to commitments with hotels, cancellations Vice President/Director received less than 7 business days prior to the of Professional Development scheduled program are not refundable. Substi- Tennessee Bankers Association tutions are welcome. Registrants who do not 800/964-5525 or 615/244-4871 attend the program or send a substitute will be www.TNBankers.org responsible for the entire registration fee. 2010 Basic Consumer Lending August 26 & 27 • Marriott at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN MUST BE INCLUDED Please print or type. List name and badge nickname for each attendant. For educational tracking purposes only. Name ________________________________ Nickname __________________ E-mail __________________________ SS# _________________ Name ________________________________ Nickname __________________ E-mail __________________________ SS# _________________ Name ________________________________ Nickname __________________ E-mail __________________________ SS# _________________ Name ________________________________ Nickname __________________ E-mail __________________________ SS# _________________ Company ____________________________________ Contact _______________________ E-mail ______________________________________ Address _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City __________________________________________ State ______ Zip ___________Phone ________________ FAX ____________________ TBA Members / Associate Members Nonmembers Early Registration $415 $830 Please bring a calculator Early Registration deadline is August 12, 2010 for use during the workshop! Registration $440 $855 At-the-door $465 $880 Return completed form and payment to: Tennessee Bankers Association To register online go to www.TNBankers.org Attn: Monique Jenkins Please make check payable to Tennessee Bankers Association. 211 Athens Way, Ste 100 TOTAL $__________ Nashville, TN 37228-1381 Method of payment VISA MasterCard Check Ck# __________________ Phone: 615/244-4871 or 800/964-5525 FAX: 615/324-1990 Card # ___________________________________________ Exp Date______________ Name as appears on card (please print) _____________________________________________________ Go to www.TNBankers.org/profdev.htm to Card billing address _______________________________________________________ subscribe to our Professional Development City _____________________________________State_____ Zip __________________ E-mail list to receive the most up-to-date news Signature ________________________________________________________________ about TBA programs and events.
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