Powering Smarter Construction Finance
Construction lending has unique risks which require specialized solutions to successfully manage from origination through loan administration to completion. In this webinar, dive into some of the specific risk factors associated with construction lending, and discuss how technology can help bankers lever data and workflow tools to manage construction loans. Lenders are the lifeblood of the construction industry, and if we can lower the margin of error in their processes, funds can move more quickly and efficiently through the construction lending ecosystem.
Who Should Attend: Commercial lenders, Construction Lenders, Risk Officers
- Understand the importance of digitization in the construction industry
- Learn where core banking systems and construction lending technology link
- Explore the limits and risks associated with ‘spreadsheet’ loan administration
- Discover why construction draw administration processes with automation can reduce risks
Directory of CRE Strategy
Jim Fraser has more than 30 years of experience in financial services, with an emphasis in construction lending and real estate development. Before Built, Fraser was EVP of commercial lending at Axos Bank [NYSE: AX], where he was responsible for commercial construction lending, income property, lender finance, equipment leasing and factoring, with a combined portfolio of $5 billion. Prior to joining Axos, Fraser was managing director at Banc of California [NYSE: BANC], managing $500 million in residential and CRE construction, including FNMA and FHA renovation lending programs under Banc Home Loans national mortgage lending brand and 3rd party, fee-based services under RenovationReady(R), a division of Banc Home Loans.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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