2021 Intermediate Commercial Lending School
The safety of our members is our highest priority. This program will take place as scheduled, and will be converted into a webinar format depending on CDC and NCDHHS guidelines. In-person seating is limited, and attendees will be required to adhere to NCBA COVID policies.
The Intermediate Commercial Lending class focuses on operating companies, specifically the balance sheet and its effect on the cash flow statements. Students will learn sources and uses, the cash cycle, and help determine the line of credit needs. Also covered are borrower due diligence questions and covenants appropriate for operating companies.
Specific topics will include:
- Advanced Cash Flow Analysis
- Identifying the Loan Purpose
- Proper Loan Structures
- Asset Conversion
- Asset Based Lines of Credit
- Borrower Due Diligence
Any participant focused on operating companies should attend this course. The training will dive deep into balance sheet lending and will include discussions and cases centered on UCA Cash Flow analysis.
Andy Nenni – Chief Credit Officer, Movement Bank
Andy Nenni has been providing training and coaching for bankers involved in consumer and commercial lending and has created custom training programs for banking associations and financial institutions. Courses include improving sales, consumer lending basics, performing real estate evaluations, and beginner through advanced C&I and CRE underwriting skills. Andy weaves over fifteen years of banking experiences and stories into each class and uses real world examples to reinforce concepts and entertain attendees. He has served as a Personal Banker, Credit Analyst, Commercial Lender, and Chief Credit Officer in community and national banks. Andy earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting at Kansas State University and a Masters of Business Administration at East Carolina University.
The NCBA has secured a corporate rate at the Raleigh North Hills Hilton, which is $182/night. To make a reservation at this discounted rate, please use the link below. The hotel is two miles away from the NCBA.