Special Assets: Commercial Workouts, Bankruptcy & Litigation
Virtual Panel
June 17, 2020

Agenda

    Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

      12:00 PM ()
      Special Assets on the Rise: Defensive Strategies for Commercial Workouts, Auctions, Bankruptcy & Litigation

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        As the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic highlights new risks and uncertainties, banks are mobilizing their ranks to provide commercial and industrial clients with much-needed relief. IMN invites you to join us on June 17 at 12PM ET for a webcast and interactive Q&A exploring the range of opportunities in commercial banking, strategies bankers are customizing to protect their balance sheets, and implications for financial institutions and their stakeholders.  Discussion topics include:
        • Outlook for C&I loan workouts and turnarounds by sector and geography
        • Improving collaboration with disparate business lines to execute workout strategies
        • Onboarding clients and transitioning them through the workout and special assets cycle
        • Delivering a high-touch customer experience through the use of technology
        • Foreclosures & Workouts
        • Litigation
        • Collections & Enforcements
        • Receiverships 
        • Auctions/Disposition Strategies
        • Turnarounds
        • Distressed Acquisition – Where Are the Opportunities?


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      12:00 PM ()
      Distressed Acquisitions & Dispositions: The Outlook for Receiverships, Auctions, OREOs, & Bankruptcy

        • By business sector and property type, what is your forecast for bankruptcy filing rates and receiverships for the rest of the year, and in 2021?
        • What kinds of receivership deals are you encountering? 
        • What’s your decision-making process for using a receiver?
        • How do you evaluate potential receivers? Describe the cost-benefit analysis.
        • What new opportunities are arising in the auctions space? What does the opportunity set look like for OREOs


        • Michael Nanosky, President (Janus Hotels and Resorts)
        • Navin Nagrani, EVP (Hilco Global )
        • David Levi, Senior Director (Ten-X)
        • Mary Jo Heston, Judge (U.S. Bankruptcy Court)

      12:45 PM ()
      Creative Strategies & New Opportunities in Turnarounds, Workouts, & Litigation

        • How does turnaround and workout activity vary by sector and geography?
        • How are you using technology to improve collaboration among business lines and deliver a high-touch customer experience throughout the workout and special assets cycle?
        • What adjustments are you making/will need to meet turnaround and restructuring demand?
        • What makes a successful restructuring work?
        • What long-term impacts on credit quality do you anticipate resulting from a near-term recession? 
        • What new risks and challenges has the global pandemic highlighted in phasing out Libor? How are banks addressing Libor in existing loan documents?
        • What are the pros and cons of hiring an asset investigator or ordering an asset report? What opportunities are emerging for remote asset investigation services?
        • What should you do to prepare for litigation, before it becomes necessary? Which non-litigious alternatives are you exploring?
        • What strategies are most effective to accurately predict how much it will cost and how long it will take? What are the best and worst-case scenarios for litigation? 


        • Seth Moldoff, Special Assets Department (Umpqua Bank)
        • Tina Lucas, SVP & Manager (Banner Bank)
        • Peter Hebert, SVP & Lead Litigation Counsel (City National Bank)

      Emerging Opportunities in Receivership & Bankruptcy

        • By business sector and property type, what is your forecast for bankruptcy filing rates and receiverships for the rest of the year, and in 2021?
        • What kinds of receivership deals are you encountering? 
        • What’s your decision-making process for using a receiver?
        • How do you evaluate potential receivers? Describe the cost-benefit analysis.
        • What long-term impacts on credit quality do you anticipate resulting from a near-term recession? 


      The Next Wave in Turnarounds & Workouts

        • What new opportunities are arising for turnaround managers?
        • How does turnaround and workout activity vary by sector and geography?
        • How are you using technology to improve collaboration among business lines and deliver a high-touch customer experience throughout the workout and special assets cycle?
        • What adjustments are you making/will need to meet turnaround and restructuring demand?
        • What makes a successful restructuring work?


      Creative Approaches & Top Considerations in Bank Litigation

        • What new risks and challenges has the global pandemic highlighted in phasing out Libor?
        • How are banks addressing Libor in existing loan documents?
        • What are the pros and cons of hiring an asset investigator or ordering an asset report? What opportunities are emerging for remote asset investigation services?
        • What should you do to prepare for litigation, before it becomes necessary? 
        • What strategies are most effective to accurately predict how much it will cost and how long it will take?
        • What are the best and worst-case scenarios for litigation? 
        • How can you evaluate your prospective litigator?
        • Which non-litigious alternatives are you exploring?


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  • Wednesday, June 17th, 2020
  • 12:00 PM

    Special Assets on the Rise: Defensive Strategies for Commercial Workouts, Auctions, Bankruptcy & Litigation



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