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Nevada State Bank hosts free webinar

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Small business owners looking for financing may think a conventional loan is their only choice, but there are other options to consider.

With this in mind, Nevada State Bank is hosting a free webinar, "Insights: Unique Ways to Use SBA Lending," on April 2 at 9 a.m.

Nevada State Bank has assembled an expert panel including Bob Hart, vice president and Small Business Administration (SBA) relationship manager for Nevada State Bank, which approved more SBA 504 loans than any other bank in Nevada in FY 2013; Ann Santiago of TMC Financing, a certified development company that has provided access to over $7.2 billion in SBA 504 financing for businesses in California and Nevada; as well as Edward P. Brown, chief of finance for the SBA Nevada District Office.

Nevada State Bank led all Nevada lenders in the number of SBA 504 loans it provided during SBA's fiscal year, which ended Oct. 31. The bank provided 17 SBA 504 loans, which are used by small businesses to acquire and improve owner-occupied commercial real estate and for equipment purchases. Overall, the bank provided more than $9.8 million in SBA 504 and SBA 7(a) loans.

As a leading lender for SBA loans, Nevada State Bank is looking to share insights and help Nevada businesses rethink their lending needs—with a potential SBA loan. Webinar attendees will:

Discover some unique and unconventional ways SBA loans may be used

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Learn how a business can take advantage of the latest programs SBA has designed

Find tips on how the SBA loan process works and what loan options are available

The public can register for this interactive one-hour webinar by visiting http://www.nsbank.com/webinar. The webinar can be accessed by any Internet-enabled device, allowing people to participate wherever they may be. Participants are encouraged to submit questions to the speakers via Twitter® using the hashtag #NSBwebinar or email them to Online.Marketing@nsbank.com.

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