Where Wall Street Meets Main Street, Sixth Annual SBA Secondary Market Forum Scheduled for December 3, 2013 in Washington DC

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Coleman Report and Government Loan Solutions announce the sixth annual SBA Secondary Market Forum.

Each year, the SBA Secondary Market Forum brings together the leaders from the SBA lending industry, professional SBA broker dealers, buyers from the investment community, and government agencies.

Join us in Washington D.C. as we examine the state of the SBA 7(a) and SBA 504 secondary market.

Conference co-chairs Bob Coleman of the Coleman Report, Bob Judge and Jordan Blanchard from Government Loan Solutions, will moderate an action-packed day to take you deep into the weeds of how the SBA secondary markets are operating today and what is expected in 2014.

Topics at this year’s forum will include:
· The emergence of new SBA 504 secondary market first lien funds
· How the new SBA 504 secondary market funds will be structured
· Outlook in 2014 for SBA 7(a) loan sale premiums
· SBA 7(a) and SBA 504 loan performance statistics
· Why SBA 7(a) U.S. government guaranteed loans continue to be an attractive investment
· The appetite by investors for fixed-rate SBA 7(a) loans
· How to structure a hybrid fixed/variable rate SBA 7(a) loan
· New alternative methods in buying and selling SBA 7(a) and SBA 504 loans.

For further information please go to this link:

Or, call Bob Coleman at 818 790 4591.

Coleman is the leading provider of information to small business bankers to help them make less risky small business loans.

We are the largest producer of webinars for small business bankers. We also produce a number of niche events. One annual conferences centers around SBA’s secondary market. Another is for rural small business lenders. Our calendar rounds out with annual events at SBA’s Herndon Loan Guaranty Processing Center, and Fresno’s SBA Loan Servicing Center.

Government Loan Solutions, Inc. was founded by three bond traders in Cleveland, OH. Recognizing the need for automation in their own securitization business, the principals developed models aimed at incorporating technology into the settlement, accounting, and securitization processes for government guaranteed loans. GLS is the end result of those endeavors and reflects the principals commitment to developing practical solutions to marketplace inefficiencies.

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