April 8, 2020

Special Compliance Coffee Break - Small Business Finance Considerations during the COVID-19 Crisis

April 8 from 3:00 - 4:00 pm ET

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Catherine M. Brennan
Kate Fisher
Caleb Rosenberg
Ryan Stinneford

Catherine Brennan, Kate Fisher, Caleb Rosenberg and Ryan Stinneford discuss how the COVID-19 crisis impacts providers of small business finance including:

  • How to obtain an Economic Injury Disaster Loan ("EIDL") or a Paycheck Protection Program Loan ("PPPL");
  • How to become an SBA lender under the Paycheck Protection Loan Program;
  • How to refer small businesses applying for EIDLs or PPPLs to SBA-approved lender and receiving compensation; and
  • Considerations for servicing small business finance transactions.

Hudson Cook is hosting additional Compliance Coffee Breaks to address specific concerns in the financial services industry during the COVID-19 crisis.

Please Note: This online program has not been pre-approved for CLE credit. A certificate of attendance will be available upon request for self-submission. Please email to request a certificate of attendance. Your state Bar may not accept self-submissions or may limit the number of hours allowed.

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