Who: David L. Eichenblatt, President and Founder of LGIS Group, hosted a recent webinar on how CRE lenders can leverage commercial property loan insurance (CPLI) strategies to generate revenue and protect and grow deposits while optimizing risk through their CRE loan portfolios.
What: Eichenblatt recently hosted an informative, live webinar titled “Foresight 20/20: How Chief Credit Officers Can Better Optimize Risk and Protect and Grow Deposits in 2020” to discuss the factors that are currently impacting the commercial real estate (CRE) industry and how Chief Credit Officers and Chief Risk Officers are using new strategies to address them. It’s time to be the hero for your CEO by leveraging solutions that may be hiding in plain sight.
During this free webinar, Eichenblatt provided insights gathered over the course of his nearly 30-year career as a national real estate investor and developer, addressing the following key issues:
- Best Practices for Optimizing Risk
- Keys to Protecting Deposits and Growing Profits
- Strategies for Managing End-of-Cycle and Recession-Proofing CRE Loan Portfolios
Listen Now: To listen/view the webinar or download a copy of presentation deck, CLICK HERE.
Contact: For more information, or to speak with David Eichenblatt regarding CPLI strategies, please contact Derek Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-781-7215.
About LGIS Group
LGIS Group is the pioneer of Commercial Property Loan Insurance (CPLI) for the CRE lending industry. Through its patented, institutional grade-rated loan guarantee insurance, LGIS Group eliminates the need for bankers to secure onerous personal guarantees from valued customers when providing commercial loans to fund their development, redevelopment and value-add projects. As a proven risk transfer and mitigation strategy, LGIS Group provides significant capital relief to bankers, empowering them to increase volume and profitability across their CRE portfolios while increasing the customer relationship and deposits. LGIS Group also provides benefits for borrowers by transferring risk, lowering costs and expanding their overall capacity for deals, as well as intermediaries (i.e., mortgage brokers, insurance brokers) by offering an impressive new market and revenue source for servicing customers from a project’s inception to take out. For more information, visit www.lgisgroup.com.