Solving the PPP Forgiveness and Administration Enigma
In this session hear what lenders have learned so far about the forgiveness process, based on the CARES Act, interim final rules published by the SBA, and other guidance published on the SBA and Treasury websites.
Join to learn:
- What the guidance says so far about the forgiveness of Paycheck Protection Program loans
- How to streamline the SBA forgiveness process with the Sageworks SBA Lending solution
Nolan GesherNolan serves as Vice President – Client Services at Abrigo, where he brings an extensive background in the financial technology market. Nolan has a proven track record of helping financial institutions drive growth and manage risk as well as providing enablement, support, and leadership to help our customers be successful. Nolan earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware and his MBA from Rutgers University.
Aaron WhitenerAaron is the Manager of the Sales Engineering Team at Abrigo, where he works closely with financial institutions to implement cloud-based lending products, advise on process improvement, and educate banks and credit unions on how to leverage technologies to enhance traditional workflows. Prior to joining the consultant team, Aaron served as a Regional Sales Manager at Abrigo working to help accounting firms maximize their time and efficiency by providing cloud-based, streamlined solutions for expert grade business analytics and valuation reports. Aaron earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration and law from Western Carolina.
Jay BlandfordJay Blandford has blended a start-up work ethic with game-changing processes to scale companies’ revenue engines and deliver dynamic results over 20+ years. He has been with the organization since 2016, joining as chief revenue officer of Sageworks prior to the acquisition by Banker’s Toolbox and evolution to Abrigo. His prior experience includes 12 years as executive vice president of sales and business development at Parata Systems, a McKesson Technology Provider, and he was national account manager-business development for medical device maker OraSure Technologies. Jay holds a bachelor’s degree from Marquette University and is completing the Executive Scholars Program at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Jay often says,
“I am passionate about helping these community financial institutions win because they have a huge impact on local businesses and the broader economy.”He is confident that when they don’t have to chase paperwork and focus on non-value-added tasks, they can invest in a better customer experience and seize opportunities to grow – not merely survive.