Garnet Capital is a financial services company specializing in managing loan portfolio sales and providing valuation services.
Fear of lawsuits, which are currently running rampant, will slow the back-to-work effort following the COVID-19 pandemic when it finally gets underway. Such concerns are triggering businesses to adopt coronavirus-protection plans to avoid litigation.
Commercial loan portfolios are seeing spikes in delinquencies due to financial troubles sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving bank special servicers and commercial lenders to seek out strategies - such as loan sales - to ease the workload.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been receiving a record number of complaints from consumers regarding banks and lenders, prompting more effort to keep consumers informed about their rights and the programs available to them.
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For sellers of commercial loans, portfolio assessments and sale decisions have been upended due to economic and public-health considerations around COVID-19. Garnet developed its COVID-19 Vulnerability Assessment Model (“COVAM”) to help lenders identify COVID-19 related exposures which may impact both credit decisions and secondary-market loan sale projects.
RMA Magazine Article, November 2018
Small businesses have always had a harder time securing financing than their larger brethren, but these challenges have grown even worse in recent years. As economic conditions have improved, fledgling firms have been seeking additional capital to invest and expand. While demand for credit from this sector is growing, many banks are reluctant to provide them the financing they need. Where else can they turn?