Tom Hallock to Present “Construction Loan Workouts” at IMN’s Bank & Special Asset Executive Forum

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Tom Hallock, Chief Operating Officer, Granite-Excell Management (GEM) will serve as a panelist for the “Construction Loan Workouts” session at the Information Management Network’s (IMN’s) 3rd Bank & Special Asset Executive Forum on Distressed Real Estate, at 10am on February 17 at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Tom Hallock, Chief Operating Officer, Granite-Excell Management (GEM) will serve as a panelist for the “Construction Loan Workouts” session at the Information Management Network’s (IMN’s) 3rd Bank & Special Asset Executive Forum on Distressed Real Estate, at 10am on February 17 at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The “Construction Loan Workouts” panel discussion topics include: adding additional owner equity: what are the terms; self funding; looking for additional capital providers: is it getting any easier; construction defect, warranties, successor liabilities and related risk management services; and sale market. The session chair is Jim Howard, Senior Managing Director, Glassratner Advisory & Capital Group LLC. Panel participants include: Tom Hallock, Chief Operating Officer, Granite-Excell Management; Henry Claussen, Vice President – Loan Administrator, Bank of Stockton; Paul S. Nakae, Executive Vice President, Bank of the West; Chris Martorella, Managing Director, Huron; and Christian Ruehmer, Managing Director, WESTLB.

Tom Hallock has a significant background in managing troubled loans including initiating and coordinating judicial foreclosure and sale, negotiating settlements with bonding companies, title companies and borrowers. He has supervised fraud investigations and has testified in lawsuits involving lending and construction default, fraud and embezzlement, and other financial matters.

A banking executive with more than twenty years experience with local, regional and national banks, Hallock has significant expertise in credit policy, underwriting and loan approval, and originations and portfolio management.

Hallock received his undergraduate degree from the Marshall School of Business at USC in 1986 and a MBA from Cal Lutheran University in 1994. He is a national speaker on construction lending and real estate related topics.

Tom Hallock may be reached at 888.456.4888. Visit the Granite Companies’ website at http://www.granite-companies.com, or stop by Granite Commercial Management’s exhibit booth at the conference to schedule an appointment.

GEM is one of the respected and nationally recognized Granite family of companies, which includes Granite Loan Management, Granite Commercial Management, Granite Construction Inspections, and Granite-Excell Management. For the Granite Companies website, visit http://www.granite-companies.com.

The Granite Companies are hosting the 2011 Strategies for Success in Construction Lending (SSCL) Commercial Seminar on March 2-3, 2011 at the JW Marriott in Denver Cherry Creek. Early bird discounts are available at http://www.SSCLseminar.com until February 5, 2011. The SSCL Commercial Seminar is the premier national conference bringing together the top commercial construction lenders, SBA executives, and special asset managers for networking and educational sessions. Presentation topics tentatively include: Economic Update, Future Trends in Commercial Real Estate, SBA Compliance and Product Development, and Workouts and Special Assets. Event sponsorships are available. Visit http://www.SSCLseminar.com for information.

The Granite Companies produce the trusted industry e-newsletter, the Construction Lending News. Visit http://www.constructionlendingnews.com to subscribe to the free quarterly publication and updates.

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