Breaking Down the 2020 Business Lending Readiness Survey: Roadblocks to Top Results
2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT
How does your financial institution stack up against peers?
Find out in Abrigo’s 2020 Business Lending Readiness Survey, where over 300 financial professionals answered questions related to their commercial or business lending processes. The goal of the survey was to help financial institutions benchmark their relative strengths and weaknesses to their peers for a variety of topics such as risk rating, pricing, underwriting, ticklers, and more.
Join our experts on this webinar as they walk through the results of the survey and comment on trends, red flags, and strategies that they derived from the data.
You will learn:
- How other institutions approach business and commercial lending
- Pain points in the lending/credit process and how others have solved them
- Trends in the industry that our subject matter experts are seeing
Alison Trapp draws on more than 20 years of credit risk expertise to educate our clients on credit risk best practices. As Abrigo’s Director of Client Education, Alison leads a team of banking consultants and thought leaders in assisting financial institutions with accurately interpreting federal accounting guidance and driving faster loan decisioning and more defensible credit-risk management frameworks. Prior to her current role, Alison spent 17 years on the commercial credit risk team at GE Capital and provided commercial banking training through her own consultancy. Alison received her bachelor’s degree in East Asian studies from Ursinus College and an MBA in finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University.
Aaron Lenhart is the Director of Consulting for Abrigo, working with financial institutions to implement lending, credit, and portfolio risk solutions. Aaron believes the consulting team plays a critical role during the implementation process because of the experience the consultants bring to each engagement and their ability to share configuration best practices that help each institution maximize solution value. Aaron previously served as a specialist assisting financial institutions with accurately interpreting and applying federal accounting guidance as a member of the risk consulting team. Prior to joining Abrigo, Aaron served as an associate with T. Rowe Price and Wellington Financial Group. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia and his MBA from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.