CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program (PPP): Update and Review of Recent Guidance
With the focus on additional funding for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), it is the perfect time to consider lessons learned, review recent developments, and create strategies for navigating the PPP lending process moving forward.
- Brief overview of the PPP
- Review of recent guidance
- Interim Final Rule #2
- Interim Final Rule #3
- Treasury’s FAQs
- Strategies for the next round of PPP lending
Director of Commercial Lending
Michael Fuchs is director of commercial lending at Wolters Kluwer, where he is focused on helping financial institutions grow their commercial lending portfolios through sound risk management and compliance practices. Fuchs specializes in helping banks and credit unions implement automated solutions and strategies that make their commercial lending processes more efficient and compliant with regulatory and industry rules. Prior to joining Wolters Kluwer in 1998, he founded the Medici Commercial Lending Documentation System. It was later acquired by PCi Corporation, which was subsequently acquired by Wolters Kluwer. Michael earned is juris doctorate from Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He can be reached at Michael.Fuchs@WoltersKluwer.com.
Pat Ditlevson, CRCM
Principal Consultant, Regulatory Compliance Analysis & Professional Services
Pat leads the team of consultants providing commercial content and professional services related to commercial content and products. Pat has worked closely with lenders of all sizes to improve their commercial lending processes and documentation. With 26+ years of experience, she provides compliance expertise through research, content creation, new product line development, jurisdiction expansion, assessments and product implementations.
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