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Session 2 - "What Do Do When Your Bank Says No"
· Part 4 - US Small Business Administration Lending Program


May 14, 2009

Series Moderators
John Colwell John Colwell
Managing Director
Mentor Capital Partners LLC
Towson, MD
Pierce Dunn

Pierce Dunn
Strategic Advisor
Brown Advisory
Baltimore, MD

 

Session 2 - “What to Do When Your Bank Says No”

Senior lenders from leading non-bank financial (e.g., asset-based lending, commercial finance, leasing institutions) and the Small Business Administration discuss market conditions for alternative sources of debt financing, how they can be used effectively to finance working capital, capital expenditures and mergers & acquisitions; and prevailing terms and conditions (e.g., collateral, pricing, maturities).

Panelists      
Stephen Umberger Stephen Umberger
District Director of the Baltimore District Office
U.S. Small Business Administration
Baltimore, MD
M & T Bank Louis Noppenberger
Group Manager
Asset Based Finance, M&T Bank
Baltimore, MD
Mark Caplan Mark Caplan
President, Madison Capital and
Chairman, WP&M Real Estate Group Mgmt Committee
Owings Mills, MD
   

 

 

 

 

 


Sponsored By:

Maryland

Mentor


Brown Advisory

MEP


Hosted By:

University of Baltmimore EOC

 


Produced By:

CFI

SME


Capital Formation Institute, Inc.
a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Office of Science, Technology Transfer and Economic Outreach
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