From 1990 on, Gregg has represented a wide variety of lending clients, which include local, regional and national financing companies and banks providing financing to small and middle-market businesses, with an emphasis on representing those clients in B & I, SBA 7a, SBA 504, Construction and other SBA Lending Programs. Gregg’s scope of representation includes: (i) review of the SBA Authorization, (ii) due diligence, (iii) loan document preparation and negotiation, (iv) closing and post-closing matters, (v) workout and liquidation of special situation loans, and (vi) review of loan portfolios for SBA Authorization Compliance audits, assignment, assumption and sale within the secondary loan market.
Gregg has also taught numerous seminars regarding all of the foregoing. He has also developed and presented seminars entitled, “Introduction to Title Review: A Lenders Perspective”; ”Post Closing Compliance Seminar: Title Review, Survey Related Matters, Real Property Collateral Instruments, Revised Article 9 and Insurance”; “Introduction to SBA Lending: The Practitioner’s Guide”; “504 Loans”; “A Comprehensive Guide to Closing the SBA Loan”; and “Dispelling the Myths of Government Guaranteed Lending Programs” to several large lending institutions. Gregg is a member of NAGGL and was also an instructor for NAGGL and taught the Closing and Funding Course. Gregg is an associate member of NADCO. He has also received from the U.S. Small Business Administration the status of Designated 504 Closing Attorney.
Gregg closes on average 100 “7a Loans”; 30 “504 Loans” and 12 “B&I Loans”, per year.