UNC School of Law Banking Institute

March 27, 2015

Of counsel Melissa Hall will participate as a panelist on "The Regulatory Underpinnings of Commercial Lending" at The Banking Institute presented by the UNC School of Law.

In the everyday practice of commercial lending, questions of deal structure, loan terms, loan documentation and borrower type often revolve around rules, regulations, and interpretations of the federal banking regulators. Yet, most “deal” attorneys are not expected to master banking regulation. This presentation will help commercial lending practitioners and others spot common regulatory issues such as Regulation W, capital requirements, appraisal regulations, anti-tying, and CFPB regulations, and offer practical suggestions for dealing with these issues in fast-paced transactions.