Senior Loan Officer's Desk Reference
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Senior Loan Officer’s Desk Reference is the first and only guide written to help senior loan officers in all the facets of the job. Unlike other publications, this manual focuses on the things loan officers do for a living, from supervising the collection of problem loans to instructing bank personnel in the use of loan agreements and commitment letters. It helps answer the day-to-day questions every senior loan officer faces.
This manual can help you minimize both loan losses and loan department stress levels. Use the model watch list and watch list reporting procedures to stay on top of the situation.But you can’t let problem loans get in the way of serving commercial customers the way they should be serviced. Senior Loan Officer’s Desk Reference can help you find ways to reduce costs, price your commercial loans to be competitive and profitable, make sure your loans are safe and protect the bank’s interests, and develop new business. And then there are the less frequent but equally critical issues like managing bank examinations, establishing loan officer authority, working with the board, negotiating workouts, and much more.
Senior Loan Officer’s Desk Reference covers the following functional areas:
• Senior Loan Officer’s Executive Function
• Managing the Loan Documentation Process
• Managing Real Estate Lending
• Managing Problem Loans
• Managing Compliance
• Consumer Lending
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Table of contents
Senior Loan Officer’s Executive Function
Chapter 1: Model Commercial and Industrial Lending Policies
Chapter 2: Credit Underwriting
Chapter 2A: Risk Management for Loan Officers
Chapter 3: Making Specific Types of Commercial Loans
Chapter 3A: Lending to Municipals
Chapter 4: Banking Small Businesses
Chapter 5: Loan Administration
Chapter 5A: Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses
Chapter 5B: OREO Management
Chapter 6: Managing Bank Examinations
Chapter 6A: Stress Testing
Chapter 7: Environmental Risk Management
Chapter 7A: Lender Liability
Chapter 8: E-Banking
Managing the Loan Documentation Process
Chapter 9: Secured Lending Under UCC-9
Chapter 10: Loan Agreements
Chapter 11: Documenting Specific Types of Loans
Chapter 11A: One- to Four-Family Loan Documentation Charts
Managing Real Estate Lending
Chapter 12: Model Real Estate Lending Policies
Chapter 13: Construction Lending
Chapter 14: Real Estate Construction Loan Management Procedures
Chapter 15: Construction Commitment Letters and Loan Agreements
Chapter 16: Home Mortgage Lending
Managing Problem Loans
Chapter 17: Problem Loan Management
Chapter 18: Deeds in Lieu of Foreclosure
Chapter 19: Collecting Problem Commercial Loans
Chapter 19A: Managing the Bank’s Problem CRE Loans
Chapter 20: Collecting Problem Consumer Loans
Chapter 21: Loan Administration Compliance (Available Only on CD)
Chapter 22: Dodd-Frank Act Impacts and Requirements
Chapter 23: Real Estate Lending Compliance (Available Only on CD)
Chapter 24: Commercial and Consumer Lending Compliance (Available Only on CD)
Chapter 25: Consumer Lending
Chapter 26: Making Specific Types of Consumer Loans