Ready to Restart: Main Street Lending Program Update

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July 16, 2020


Registration Closed

The Main Street Lending Program, established as part of the federal government's response to the economic impact of COVID-19, is anticipated to provide $600 billion dollars of low-interest loans to small and medium-sized businesses. In conjunction with opening this program to lenders and participants, the Federal Reserve has issued recent incremental guidance pertaining to the application, requirements and restrictions of the program.

As part of our Ready to Restart: Considerations for Reopening Your Business webinar series, Marks Paneth is pleased to invite you to an in-depth conversation about the Main Street Lending Program with leaders from the accounting, legal and financial services industries: Howard Hoff, Partner-in-Charge of the Commercial Business Group at Marks Paneth, Kyle Miller, Partner, Pryor Cashman and Mary Ellen Bianco, Senior Vice President and New York Market Manager for Flushing Bank.

Join this live webinar to deepen your understanding of the new lending program and determine whether it is suitable for your business as you navigate the financial impact of COVID-19. Topics include:

  • Who qualifies for the Main Street Lending Program
  • Program overview and restrictions
  • Reporting requirements for lenders and borrowers


Howard Hoff
Partner-in-Charge, Commercial Business Group
Marks Paneth

Kyle I. Miller
Pryor Cashman

Mary Ellen Bianco
Senior Vice President & New York Market Manager
Flushing Bank