Restaurants are the number one category of businesses to receive SBA financing, but they also carry the largest charge-off and default rates. How can lenders quickly discern the winners from the loser? What restaurant-specific factors and off-balance sheet matrices are important to consider? What’s working in the various “vertical”
In a Coleman Webinar on July 14th, restaurant industry financing analysts will round out what bankers need to know – beyond the balance sheet – to make fully-informed restaurant loan decisions. “Is the sub-market currently saturated with similar product? Do you have a clear idea of what the loan is for? How is the restaurant currently accessing capital? These are all questions lenders must ask ”, contends Bob Bielinski, Managing Director of CIT Corporate Finance and one of Coleman’s Webinar panelists. Bielinski is joined on the panel by Mary Jo Larson, Publisher of Franchise Times Magazine and Editor of Restaurant Finance Monitor.
For further information on how to participate in this webinar, contact Joseph Coleman at email@example.com.
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