SBA Lenders Talk About Change of Ownership
Georgia’s SBA loan professionals will lead a panel discussion at the Feb. 27 GABB meeting about SBA lending rules and change of ownership requirements.
The Georgia Association of Business Brokers, the state’s only association of professionals who work to facilitate the purchase and sale of businesses and franchises, meets at 10:30 a.m. at the Atlanta Realtors Center at 5784 Lake Forrest Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA 30328. The meeting will be preceded by a free breakfast and networking session sponsored by Mark Jones of Franchise Systems Advisors.
The Feb. 27 SBA panel will discuss “SBA’s SOP for Change of Ownership,” led by Carolyn Robinson, Vice President of Acclivity-Citizens Bank and Brian Harper, Senior Vice President of Atlantic Capital. After their presentation, several other GABB affiliate members will join Kim Eells, Vice President and business development officer at the Brand Bank, for a question and answer session. If you have any questions at all about SBA financing for the purchase or sale of a business or franchise, this session is for you.
The GABB is the state’s only association of professionals who work to facilitate the purchase and sale of businesses and franchises. The group includes business brokers as well as lenders, attorneys, business appraisers, insurance agents, environmental specialists and other professionals. GABB’s member business brokers work with businesses of all sizes to help them through all steps of selling their company: valuation, marketing, financing, and closing. Aspiring business owners also work with business brokers to purchase existing businesses at a fair price.