You and your colleagues are invited to a Gislason & Hunter’s complimentary Metro Banking Conference on Thursday, October 24 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Minneapolis – Park Place. Topics to include:
- Bankruptcy & The Lender Consumer and Commercial, presented by Peter Stein and Jennifer Lurken
- Protecting the Elderly and Vulnerable Adult Clients, presented by Abby Pettit
- Insuring a Smooth Liquidation Before a File Goes Bad, presented by Jim Fahey, President Fahey Sales and
- Preparing for the Potential Down Turn, presented by Wade Wacholz
- Case Law and Legislative Update, presented by Daniel Beckman
11:30 am Lunch, 12:00 – 4:00 pm Conference.
About Jim Fahey
Jim Fahey and his wife Linda are second generation owners of their family 72 year old auction firm. With their staff of 28, they conduct about 250 auction events a year in the Midwest, for business liquidations, fleets, corporations and estates. They have learned all the important steps to helping clients make changes in their lives or the files they are in charge of when it comes to the selling of assets. For creditors, that means being the eyes and ears for their banking clients when working with troubled files. This session will cover some basic steps that creditors can take to help insure a smooth liquidation process before a file goes bad.
There are several simple steps that creditors can take while loan relationships are “business as usual” that can make a huge difference to the net recovery for a creditor when a file goes bad.