Loan Participations Forum to be Held on November 16, 17, 18 From Noon to 1:00 PM Eastern Time
NEW YORK, NY—November 2, 2020—LoanStreet Inc. will host a virtual Loan Participations Forum on November 16, 17 and 18 from Noon to 1:00 PM Eastern Time with each day consisting of two half-hour discussions featuring representatives from financial institutions of all sizes (from many billions to many millions) active in loan participations. Financial professionals, whether loan participation novices or experts, front-office or back-office, are welcome to attend all or any of the Forum sessions upon registration.
“This year has seen both a broadening and a deepening of the market for loan participations, with hundreds of new entrants alongside experienced institutions entering the market with increased frequency. The well-functioning loan participations market has been a reliable capital allocation channel despite significant volatility in primary lending and LoanStreet is proud to be part of enabling this resilience,” Ian Lampl, CEO of LoanStreet, said. “We believe all institutions should be equipped to assess whether undertaking loan participations can address their strategic needs as well as understand how the prerequisite operational steps have become easier by having the opportunity to hear first-hand insights from our Forum panelists.”
Panelists will be announced during the week of November 9. Click here to register to attend.
November 16: Balance Sheet Management – Smart tactics for getting started
- (12-12:30 ET) So You’d Like to Sell? Discussing initial steps to selling participations.
- (12:30-1 ET) Too Shy or Ready to Buy? Best practices for novice participation buyers.
November 17: Lower for Longer – Strategies for managing through low interest rates
- (12-12:30 ET) Participations 20/20 for 2021: Visibility into how technology, standardization, and broader access are enabling new balance sheet management strategies.
- (12:30-1 ET) Fighting NIM Compression? How participation sales increase yield while diversifying risk.
November 18: Blocking and Tackling – Managing operations
- (12-12:30 ET) What’s the Risk? Latest trends on reporting, compliance, CECL and risk management.
- (12:30-1 ET) How IT can Help: From data extraction to success.
About LoanStreet Inc.
LoanStreet is the first fully-integrated, online platform that streamlines the process of sharing, managing, and originating loans for credit unions, banks, and alternative lenders. LoanStreet was founded in 2013 with the mission to create a more efficient, transparent, and robust way of administrating loans and connecting the lending market. LoanStreet’s nationwide network of hundreds of financial institutions gives lenders the ability to profit and grow by combining technology and dedicated expertise to mitigate the constraints otherwise caused by geography, size, or concentration limits. Nearly 1,000 financial institutions now use LoanStreet’s software solution to successfully do business with each other and maximize the potential of their respective organizations. LoanStreet was co-founded by Ian Lampl, former Deputy Chief Counsel for TARP, following the financial crisis to meet the acute need he saw for a standardized and automated loan sharing platform.