TELESEMINAR: Asset Based Finance, Part 2 – A National Perspective
July 9, 2014
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
1.00 MCLE hours
Business loans generally come in two varieties – loans based on a company’s cash flow and loans based its tangible or intangible assets. With credit still tight, many companies often turn to asset-based finance to fund their operations and expansion. Credit is based on the company’s inventory, receivables, equipment or chattel paper on a term or revolving basis. Each type of collateral and loan structure has its unique drafting nuances that can help or hinder the company. This program will provide you with a practical guide to structuring asset-based loans based on inventory, receivables, equipment and chattel paper loans; understanding term and revolving loans structures; and enforcement issues and special considerations in bankruptcy. Part 2 of 2.
- Focus on specific types of loans and structuring and drafting nuances of each
- Equipment financing – attachment, perfection and priority issues
- Inventory financing – eligibility, lending formula, and attachment
- Receivables financing – identifiable cash proceeds, lockbox arrangements and control agreements
- Anticipating enforcement – repossession, disposition, and retention
- Bankruptcy issues
Edwin E. Smith, Bingham McCutchen, LLP, Massachusetts
Steven O. Weise, Proskauer Rose, LLP, California