Presenter: Neill LeCorgne
For financial institutions of any size, every bit of earnings and efficiency helps. However, some institutions might be searching for efficiency gains in the wrong place. In order to exact lasting changes in efficiency, bank and credit union leaders should look into fine-tuning their loan pathing methodology.
Loan pathing is the process of mapping the path of loan applications based on loan scoring characteristics that matter most to the institution. Through loan pathing, financial institutions can fast track the approval of strong loan applications and deny weak applications, leaving time for analysts to focus on the loans with the best chance of maximizing earnings.
Join Neill LeCorgne, Vice President of Banking at Abrigo, as he closely examines loan pathing strategies and details his experiences using the method as the former President and COO of Regent Bank.
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About the Presenter:
Neill LeCorgne is Vice President of Banking at Abrigo and is responsible for working with financial institutions to enhance their operating strategies including improving efficiency in the lending process. Neill has over thirty-three years of experience in the financial industry including eleven years as President and Director of a multi-bank holding company in the state of Florida, seven years as manager of a corporate banking team at a super-regional bank and fifteen years serving financial institutions as Director of Business Development for the Federal Home Loan Banks of Atlanta and Seattle. Neill led the development of a consultative business approach to institutions at the Federal Home Loan Banks of Atlanta and Seattle, working with more than 250 banks across the Southeast and Pacific Northwest. Neill brings working knowledge of banking strategies to enhance financial institution earnings, efficiency and shareholder value. Neill received his bachelor degrees in business administration and international relations from Florida International University.