On August 2, 2018 Thompson Coburn hosted a program on “The Dodd Frank Rollback: Easing the Rules for Commercial Real Estate (HVCRE) Lending." Over 55 bankers were in attendance.
The presenter was Gayle Smith from Thompson Coburn’s Real Estate Practice Group.
Gayle provided the attendees with a practical guide to the 2018 statutory changes in the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act that impact the rules for “high volatility commercial real estate” (HVCRE) bank loans. The prior Dodd Frank Act rules governing HVCRE transactions had imposed various burdens on banks and their commercial real estate loan customers, and the new law “rolled back” a variety of those burdens.
Several members of the audience quickly followed up with the presenters with their view of the value of the content: “That was probably the most valuable seminar I have ever attended ever. Ever.” And “Any chance you could send a soft copy of the presentation? I was hoping to share it with my CFO and team.”
The recording of this webinar is eligible for 0.75 general CLE credit in Illinois. To receive credit after watching the recording, please complete and submit the verification form.
August 2, 2018
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