Unlocking the Tools to Mentorship, Credit, and Access to Capital
With SBA Lender Relations Specialist Christian Pennington
Please join us via Microsoft Teams invite supplied at time of registration.
Is your business ready to expand and you’re wondering where to obtain financing? Are there resources that can assist you? The SBA is here to help! Get your questions answered from an SBA Loan Specialist.
In this complimentary one-hour, virtual workshop using Teams technology, you will learn:
- How SBA supports small businesses?
- What loan programs are available?
- What are the requirements to apply for a loan?
- Common mistakes made when applying for a loan.
Subject Matter Expert:
Christian Pennington is a Lender Relations Specialist (LRS) in the Small Business Administration Boise District Office. Christian has been in the Boise District office for three years. A LRS trains and familiarizes lenders with SBA programs. LRS work to further the SBA mission of aiding America’s small business. In 2017 Christian was briefly detailed to SBA Disaster Assistance as a disaster loan analyst for Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
Prior to working with the SBA Christian worked at Louisiana Economic Development Corporation as a Loan & Investment Officer. He worked on various Louisiana state programs to aid financing to small business, and lending programs to recruit business to the state.
He has a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of New Orleans and is pursuing an MBA from Louisiana State University (Geaux Tigers beat Bama)
He has various certifications from the American Bankers Association, the Louisiana Bankers Association and the National Development Council.
- Cost: Complimentary, but you must register to reserve a virtual seat
- Place: Virtual session using Teams technology
- Register: via Eventbrite or call 801-844-7900
This conversation is offered for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal or other professional advice. Consult with an attorney or other professional concerning your own needs and circumstances. The views and opinions expressed by the speaker are not necessarily those of Zions Bank®, its parent or affiliates. Zions Bank is a division of Zions Bancorporation, N.A., Member FDIC.