Business Tuesdays @ Fords: How to Make a Business Bankable

Tuesday, February 26    6:30 - 8:30 PM

Fords Branch Library - Meeting Room

Banks lend money. That is their business model. But they also have to be prudent in lending. That means they have to follow policies and guidelines. They account for factors like cash flow, credit, collateral, experience, and reserves. In this seminar you will learn how to make your loan projects effective and bankable.
Presented by Parag Nevatia of EZ Funding Solutions.  After a successful Commercial Banking/Lending career over a span of 20 years in the Tri-State, Parag Nevatia established EZ Funding Solutions LLC with the vision and desire to improve the quality of credit in the market. Being certified by the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders (NAGGL) that governs the SBA Program nationally, he has the advantage of performing credit and risk analysis, developing creative solutions to overcome obstacles and mitigate those risks, structure debt correctly, and then underwrite a project or loan – all upfront, before presenting it to the right lender who has the appetite to finance the project.
He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from India in 1991. In 1997 he earned a Diploma from the School of Banking (AIB of NJ) and a Diploma in Banking Operations from American Bankers Association in 1998. Since the start of his banking career in 1994, Parag has been recognized with several Certificates and Awards for being a top producer. In 2000, he earned the Small Business Services Excellence Crystal Award at the prestigious Waldorf-Astoria in New York City as one of the top 3 small business producers in New Jersey. His Formal Credit training from NAGGL (National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders, Inc.) is recognized by every SBA lending institution across the country.
Additionally, Parag serves on the Middlesex County Advisory Board of the Small Business Development Center at Rutgers University, and the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Committee. He is an approved counselor of SBDC and conducts monthly seminars and webinars on various topics relating to Business Financing.