TiE Houston - Green Bank Seminar "SBA/USDA Loans Are Not What You Think"

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 11:30am - 1:30pm
Green Bank Headquarters
4000 Greenbriar
United States
Seats will be reserved for TiE Houston Charter Members and General Members.

If seats are remaining Non Members can attend.  Please contact Mia Hinojosa at - mhinojosa@greenbank.com for more information.  
TiE Houston - Green Bank Seminar
"SBA/USDA Loans Are Not What You Think"

It's a common misnomer-Small Business Administration Loans are small loans for small businesses in start-up mode with bad credit. And USDA loans are for farms or agriculture products.

In reality, government-backed loans can range from $10,000 to $15 million for a wide range of companies. They can fund a variety of goals including research and development, working capital, real estate, inventory, debt restructuring, bridge debt, acquisitions, services and micro-niche industries. The companies can be start-ups, subsidiaries of Fortune 250 companies or $100 million+ sellers; loans do not have to fall into narrow buckets, and sophisticated structuring by leveraging several products can be handled.

Date: Thursday, March 28
Time: 11:30-1pm
Venue: Green Bank Headquarters (4000 Greenbriar, Hou TX 77098)
Lunch: Will be provided by Green Bank

Not a rehash of what is online, this seminar will present a practical overview of what is possible with SBA/USDA loans. Kevin Coffman, Senior Vice President of government-backed lending for Green Bank, will focus on interesting and out of the ordinary SBA/USDA loans his team has completed and provide real case studies to illustrate the flexibility of these loans.

Seating is limited and priority will be given to TiE Members and Charter Members. Please RSVP quickly to Mia Hinojosa, mhinojosa@greenbank.com