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I’ll be presenting this webinar on December 15th for CUES (Credit Union Executive Society). The subject matter will be helpful for credit union and bank lending managers.

Do a gut-check and make sure that as the 2009 tax returns start to come in early in 2010 (and they will) your guidelines are updated to handle the challenge of making loans to businesses in an upswing when you are using the worst two year’s of the recession as your historical data.

See the description and register here:
More Trouble Brewing: Are your Guidelines Getting in the Way of saying ‘Yes’ to Self-Employed Borrowers?

How are you changing your guidelines or approach to accommodate the  challenging recent performance of your business borrowers? Or are you?

[UPDATE: Here is some feedback from one of our participants:
“Great Webinar this afternoon.  The interaction was great – the best I’ve ever seen. :-)” 
Pam S. Ruthenberg, Business Banker, E&A Credit Union]

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Linda Keith, CPA


Linda Keith CPA is an expert in credit risk readiness and credit analysis. She trains banks and credit unions throughout the United States, both in-house and in open-enrollment sessions, on Tax Return and Financial Statement Analysis.
She is in the trenches with lenders, analysts and underwriters helping them say "yes" to good loans.
Creator of the Tax Return Analysis Virtual Classroom at www.LendersOnlineTraining.com, she speaks at banking associations on risk management, lending and director finance topics.

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