SFNet's Cross-Border Lending Summit 2020

September 1 - 30, 2020

New York , NY

Statement from Rich Gumbrecht, CEO:
"While the health and safety of our community remains our number one priority, the ability to communicate mission critical information and stay connected during this time of disruption is also paramount. After careful consideration, Secured Finance Network (SFNet) has made the decision to postpone or restructure all in-person events through June, 2020 in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. As additional details regarding changes to these specific programs become available, we will communicate them to you and post updates to the events page on SFNet.com.

Although social distancing is important right now, we understand that this poses significant business challenges. In light of the extraordinary upheaval impacting our industry and the economy as a whole, having access to timely, relevant information is vital. To that end, in addition to reformatting existing programs to virtual venues, SFNet will be adding a series of webinars on critical topics to keep our network plugged in to emerging issues affecting the secured finance community. Stay tuned for more details.

In this unprecedented time, we appreciate your flexibility and understanding and share your commitment to putting capital to work."

Coming September 2020, watch for date and details.

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Now in its 7th year, our Cross-Border Lending Summit is recognized as an outstanding conference for information relating to cross-border transactions. In 2019, panelists included Richard Hawkins from AtlanticRMS LLC, Georgia M. Quenby from Morgan, Lewis & Bockius UK LLP, Paul Melville from Grant Thornton LLP, Arnold Cohen from Norton Rose Fulbright, Larry Jasper from JPMorgan Chase Bank, Juliana Obregon from Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP, William DiCicco from Bank of America, Larry Klaff from Gordon Brothers Finance Company, and Chris Fulman from FGI.

Chaired again by Bill Brewer from Winston & Strawn, LLP and Alister Bazaz from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, this year's conference will provide content with the depth and substance you have come to expect, combined with excellent networking opportunities. This exceptional event is indispensable for anyone involved in transactions that might include cross-border ABLs.

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Contact Information

Contact: Jeff Walsh

Phone Number: 646-839-6084

Email: jwalsh@sfnet.com

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