Kansas Bankers Association

2020 Principles of Commercial/Ag Loan Documentation



April 1 - Hutchinson, Sand Hills Event Center Register Myself
Group Registration
April 2 - Topeka, Hilton Garden Inn Register Myself
Group Registration

Program Content

Poor loan documentation can cost your financial institution thousands of dollars each year. Unfortunately, the importance of effective loan documentation is most apparent when it is already too late. This workshop focuses on the major concepts, specific requirements and common problems in the specialized fields ofcommercial and agricultural loan documentation with particular emphasis on avoiding loan losses due to faulty documentation. Our “hands-on” approach allows you to return to work and apply what you have learned immediately.

 Recommended for 6.5 hours CPE Credit. CLE Credit Pending.

Who Shoud Attend

Anyone involved in the commercial or agricultural lending process, including CEOs, loan officers, credit analysts, bank counsel, branch managers with lending authority, loan review personnel, internal auditors and documentation support staff.


Lewis C. Laderer, Jr. is a partner in the law firm Laderer & Fischer, P.C. in South Bend, Indiana.  Laderer & Fischer focus their practice almost exclusively on the representation of commercial banks and other commercial lenders in the areas of banking law, commercial litigation and bankruptcy. He has extensive experience in assisting community banks in structuring loan transactions, developing contracts, and in the management of problem loans and bankruptcies.


Registration Fees

KBA Members: $235
Non-members: $410
Add $25 if registering after March 20