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WEBExpress: Understanding SBA’s Equity Injection Requirements
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2/8/2018
When: February 8, 2018
Noon - 1:30 pm CENTRAL TIME
Where: TIME SHOWN IS CENTRAL TIME
Access instructions provided 24 hours prior to event
United States
Presenter: Jane Butler (NAGGL)
Contact: NAGGL
405.377.4022


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February 8  

WEBExpress: Understanding SBA’s Equity Injection Requirements  

Fee (per location connection): $345 Mbr; $525 Non-Mbr; $275 Govt
Registration Deadline:
February 6 (or until sold out)
Instructor:
Jane Butler (NAGGL)

Under SBA’s long-standing regulations [13 CFR 120.150(f)], in order for an applicant business to be eligible for a 7(a) loan, it must have “sufficient invested equity to operate on a sound financial basis”, and lenders know that adequate equity is an area SBA reviews carefully when asked to honor its guaranty. In SOP 50 10 5(J), SBA has refined its definition of what constitutes an equity injection and established new equity injection mandates for loans made for certain purposes. But, just what constitutes “sufficient invested equity”, what does SBA consider an equity  injection, and what does SBA expect a lender to do to verify that the required equity injection was made? Join Jane Butler (NAGGL) as she discusses SBA’s 5(J) requirements regarding equity injections, gives examples of what is and is not acceptable to SBA as an equity injection, and discusses best practices for verifying equity injections in order to protect the SBA guaranty. 

LIVE Presentation Runs: 1:00-2:30 pm Eastern | Noon-1:30 pm Central | 11:00 am-12:30 pm Mountain | 10:00-11:30 am Pacific

Instructions for login will be distributed approximately 24 hours in advance of the session!

*Any transmission or retransmission to additional sites/rooms by any means, including, but not limited to, the use of a telephone conference bridge (whether or not owned by the registrant), is strictly prohibited.

Additional Lines: 
First line = $345
2-10 additional lines = $145 for each additional line
>10 additional lines = $125 for each additional line

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