Credit Underwriting Expert Witness

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Credit underwriting expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on credit underwriting. The credit underwriting expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Banking and Financial.

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Advisors / Experts @MCS Associates National Expert Witness/Consulting Group

Tustin, California
Banking, Financial - Banking operations, checking, fraud, trusts & fiduciary, credit underwriting, lending, loan administration, mortgage banking, foreclosures, lender liability
Banking & financial services consulting group (est. 1973). Experts include senior bankers, lenders, consultants, accountants, trust & investment managers, regulators. Check policies; credit / debit cards, deposit & ATM transactions, funds transfer; Lending (construction, real estate, sub prime, corporate, asset-based, leasing, consumer); Securitizations; Compliance (TILA, RESPA); Servicing; Hard money; Bank, S&L, Credit Union management, corporate governance.

Charles E. Holmes 180 Financial, LLC

Boulder, Colorado
Banking, Financial - Lending and Collections, Workout Expert, Lending Practices and Procedures, Consideration, Compliance with Bank Agreements, Improper Collection Methods, Good Faith Issues, Disclosure, Hidden Assets and Liabilities, Credit Underwriting
Charles Holmes started his career with the U.S. Treasury Department and moved to the other side as a commercial banker. He co-founded two de novo banks in Boulder, Co. The first was started in 1995, went public in 1999, and recently sold to an out of state bank. In 2011, he started another bank which sold in 2016. Both banks had rapid growth and success. Holmes spent much of his banking career managing credit issues and collection efforts. He was chairman of loan committee approving up to $12Million per credit relationship. He has been involved in structuring and collecting relationships up to $25million. Holmes took great pride in working through the collection issues and learned firsthand the pitfalls banks and borrowers make when trying to protect themselves under stressful situations. The outcome can often be a material conflict where one side, or both, act improperly. His hands-on experience these past 40 years has made him an excellent and confident expert witness. He has be...