How can you keep business moving forward?

Join our panelists on Wednesday, April 1 at 2:00 p.m. (ET) for an engaging discussion about the resources available to help commercial finance brokers, funders and their clients meet today's challenges head-on.

Like most industries dealing with the current COVID-19 crisis, the commercial finance industry is struggling to adjust to this ever-changing environment. Our panel of industry professionals will guide you through current legislative efforts and provide information you and your clients can benefit from, specifically related to SBA and State/Municipal funds that may be available for businesses to get through this crisis.

Discussion topics will include:

  • Various types of funding available for small businesses, and how much
  • Eligibility for these funds and how quickly can they be approved for them
  • How commercial finance brokers can utilize these funds to assist in helping small business owners
  • Information on new or pending legislation

Chris Hurn
Chris Hurn is CEO/Founder of Fountainhead Commercial Capital (and its affiliate, Fountainhead SBF), a nationwide nonbank direct commercial lender specializing in business financing through the SBA 504 and 7(a) loan programs as well as low LTV conventional loans. Chris was named by American City Business Journals as one of the nation’s most influential leaders in commercial real estate and “CEO of the Year” in Orlando by the Orlando Business Journal in April of 2019. Chris is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels Center of Government (part of the Wharton School of Business at that time) and received two undergraduate degrees, magna cum laude, from Loyola University Chicago.  
Patrick McEvoy
Patrick McEvoy is Vice President & Business Development Officer of Centerstone SBA Lending. He has been a leading SBA lender for over 20 years and is expert at structuring loans that maximize value for small businesses looking to grow, expand, purchase, and improve their small business. Patrick grew up in the Washington DC area and graduated with a degree in Financial Management from The Catholic University of America. He has a M.B.A. in Real Estate & Urban Development from The American University in Washington DC. Prior to his lending career, he spent 13 years acting as a consultant to Securities professionals, including Investment bankers, securities/corporate attorneys, CPA’s, and M&A professionals sourcing public company offerings involving spinoffs, mergers, and public offerings.
Wendy Roberts
Wendy Roberts, CPA is the Principal CEO of Spectrum Business Financing, a commercial finance brokerage in California. Prior to Spectrum, she enjoyed a nearly 20 year career as a corporate finance executive for various Bay Area public companies. Her experience also includes being a CFO for a startup that was sold to a large publicly traded company and various positions in public accounting. Wendy received her B.S. in Accounting from Indiana University Bloomington and M.B.A. coursework from the University of Tampa.
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