Lenders and investors, public and private, regulated and not, all rely upon accurate information to document, control, manage and otherwise account for their collateral throughout the lending relationship. Credible collateral asset management, collateral appraisals, and periodic collateral reviews are critical to the lending process and must withstand operational challenges and scrutiny from regulatory, judicial and taxing authorities.
For over 30-years, Lending Compliance Systems® collateral management programs and services have reduced risk and brought our clients the safety, comfort, flexibility and confidence to increase credit to existing customers and the ability to seek out and book new business opportunities that might otherwise be lost.
Our Collateral Management Group global suite-of-services include: Comprehensive Transactional Due Diligence and Deal Vetting, Credit Analysis and Analytics, Collateral Appraisals and Reviews / Periodic Collateral Reviews / Appraisal Management, Environmental Review Services, Collateral Asset Field Inspections and Asset Tagging, UCC Filings, Collateral Asset Inventory & Reconciliation, Onsite Compliance Inspections, Special Asset and Special Situations Disposition, Interim & Crisis Management and Receiver / Keeper Services, and Investment / Asset Recovery and Remarketing.
We work closely with the client to analyze and determine its internal and regulatory requirements. After goals and objectives are established, our compliance teams prepare due diligence protocols, develop account and site-specific strategies, and visit the client’s location(s). We meet with borrowers and site management personnel to communicate the level of compliance its lender requires in a courteous and professional manner that leaves-no-room-for-interpretation.
Our programs and services reduce and manage risk, enhance client relationships, and afford greater confidence and flexibility to increase business.
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