The CARES Act PPP Loans: Feedback From the Field
The CARES Act is designed to provide aid to small businesses but represents unchartered territory for many banks across the country. Participate in an interactive session on how banks are responding with Dan O’Malley, the CEO of Numerated, the digital lending platform that has handles more automated SBA 7(a) loans than any other. Dan will present feedback from the hundreds of banks they have spoken with since the passage of the Act and take your questions.
- Explore what banks need to know about the CARES Act and the Paycheck Protection Program
- Learn about the operational risks associated with PPP loans
- Gain insight on how hundreds of banks are responding to this moment, based of feedback from the field
- Understand how Numerated is using its SBA 7(a) expertise to help banks respond to the CARES Act
Chief Revenue Officer
Chris leads the company’s sales, account management, customer success, and partnership teams with more than 15 years of financial technology experience. Chris has scaled customer bases across early stage startups, growth-stage companies, and public companies, alike. He most recently led Plaid’s financial institution sales after the company acquired Quovo, where he also led sales. Earlier in his career Chris held sales leadership roles for Fiserv’s lending and wealth management solutions, at Charles River Development (acquired by State Street), and at Sungard (acquired by FIS).
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