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With the Right Strategy, Bank Loan Will Close Faster

Houston Business Journal
05.23.07

The Houston Business Journal recently featured a special column authored by Gardere Attorney Reuben Rosof and Compass Bank Assistant Vice President Alan Dawson. In the article titled, “With the Right Strategy, Bank Loan Will Close Faster, With Less Pain,” the duo provided a simple strategy to follow for a faster, more efficient loan closings. Their advice included: educate bankers on how the bank operates; manage expectations; deliver due diligence in an organized, user-friendly manner; among other tips.

Mr. Rosof practices in Gardere's Houston office, focusing on financial transactions. Subscribers can access the full article here.

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