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Do Your Best Work Faster

EDR's CEO, Chris Aronson, and our product team will introduce product improvements that change the fundamentals of data review, empowering you to do you best work faster.

• Property Boundaries on your Historical Sources, to quickly locate your target property boundary on your aerial photos, topos, and Sanborn® Maps.
• Improved EDR Lightbox®, newly updated and streamlined, with superior content and an intuitive interface.
• Coming this Summer: Property-Based Geocoding

Join us as we present our most exciting products advancements ever. This 1-hour session will help ensure you and your team make the most of these exciting new features.
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  • Introducing Tax Parcel Georeferencing Recorded: Sep 13 2016 32 mins
    Paul Schiffer, VP of Product at EDR
    Points on a Map, But Where?

    With every map EDR delivers to you, we've harnessed the power of tax parcels to locate property records. Rather than simply plotting sites along a street, we've matched them to actual properties.

    Join us on as we present a brief history of georeferencing, why location accuracy matters, and how EDR has created significant improvements to location data with Tax Parcel Georeferencing.
  • Do Your Best Work Faster Recorded: May 5 2016 36 mins
    Chris Aronson, CEO, EDR
    EDR's CEO, Chris Aronson, and our product team will introduce product improvements that change the fundamentals of data review, empowering you to do you best work faster.

    • Property Boundaries on your Historical Sources, to quickly locate your target property boundary on your aerial photos, topos, and Sanborn® Maps.
    • Improved EDR Lightbox®, newly updated and streamlined, with superior content and an intuitive interface.
    • Coming this Summer: Property-Based Geocoding

    Join us as we present our most exciting products advancements ever. This 1-hour session will help ensure you and your team make the most of these exciting new features.
  • Seven Things Informed Lenders Should Know About Environmental Due Diligence Recorded: Apr 13 2016 60 mins
    Grady L. Shields, Attorney, Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP
    Whether you are new to the environmental due diligence field or a seasoned veteran, this webinar offers something for you. EDR Insight is honored to bring you the expertise of Grady Shields, an attorney with Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP. Shields brings over 30 years of experience practicing environmental law, assisting clients with environmental due diligence and transactions, and counseling lenders on environmental issues.

    At this webinar, Shields will share his insights on seven important issues impacting environmental due diligence in commercial real estate lending. This timely event will cover some of the latest environmental risks, like vapor migration, being pushed to the forefront, new emphasis on risk management tools like environmental insurance, the intense pressure on lenders by regulators and more. Take advantage of this opportunity to get some free advice from a trusted voice in environmental risk management.

    Who Should Attend:

    -Risk managers and loan officers at community banks
    -Risk managers at national banks, looking for a quick refresher and update
    -Environmental due diligence professionals serving lenders
    -Insurance professionals

    Expected Takeaways

    Those attending should come away with a better grasp of:
    -the need for pre-loan diligence, including diligence beyond the real property at issue
    -the use and appropriate terms of borrower environmental indemnification agreements
    -using both Pollution Legal Liability and Lender Environmental Liability coverage to limit lender risk
    -how to maximize value, while minimizing lender risk, in default situations
    -trends being driven by the regulators.
  • Developing Superstar Project Managers Recorded: Nov 18 2015 62 mins
    June R. Jewell, CPA, President AEC Business Solutions
    Project Managers (PMs) are the key to a professional services firm's success. Yet many firms promote technical people into roles they are not prepared or ready for. As a result, project profitability suffers and there is frustration at every level of the organization. By enabling project managers, through financial and systems training, automation, and accountability measures, the firm's profit margins can increase substantially.

    In this webinar, attendees will be able to:
    -Evaluate the challenges that cause many Project Managers to struggle with project profitability
    -Understand the reasons that projects go over budget
    -Review the financial aspects of project management that Project Managers need to know to be successful
    -Learn how technology can help Project Managers deliver more profitable projects
    -Develop some best practices to help Project Managers succeed

    Speaker
    June R. Jewell, CPA, President AEC Business Solutions
    Jewell, a thought leader and expert in AEC firm profitability. has more than 28 years of business management consulting experience, and unsurpassed knowledge of the AEC industry. In addition to this role, she is the original founder and current strategic advisor of Acuity Business Solutions, a Deltek Premier Partner and consulting firm that works with AEC firms to support business profitability through web-based enterprise management technology.

    She is the Amazon best-selling author of the book “Find The Lost Dollars: 6 Steps to Increase Profits in Architecture, Engineering and Environmental Firms.” Jewell has built and run a successful consulting practice, and is a highly sought after speaker at industry events and conferences. Her past speaking engagements include AIA, ACEC, SMPS, Design and Construction Network (DCN), Society for Design Administration (SDA), Zweig Group (formerly ZweigWhite), PSMJ, ROG Growth and Ownership Conference, Project Management Institute (PMI), Deltek Insight and Business of Architecture (BOA).
  • The New Clean Water Rule: Facts, Implications & Pitfalls Recorded: Nov 17 2015 64 mins
    Carland Holstead, Senior Biologist & Natural/Cultural Resources Department Manager in Terracon's Dallas, TX office
    The new Clean Water Rule has significant implications for the way property due diligence will be conducted throughout the U.S. by altering the definitions and categories of jurisdictional waters and wetlands relating to the discharge of dredged/fill material into Waters of the U.S. These changes have the potential to greatly affect anyone involved in property assessments, land use, planning, development or lending.

    Attempts to block its implementation made for a dramatic late summer and early fall. Tune into this time-sensitive event to ensure that you don’t miss out on important updates, the timing of the new revisions, and more importantly, how these changes impact the work you do, particularly for properties on or adjacent to waterbodies and wetland areas.

    Attendees will benefit from:

    · A leading expert’s take on the “what?” and the “why?” behind the changes
    · Gaining clarity on who will be impacted
    · Learning the specifics on how the new rule redefines “Waters of the U.S.”
    · A close look at what you can expect and what you should be telling your clients
    · An understanding of the differences between the new rule and existing rule

    Don’t be caught off-guard. The new Clean Water Rule impacts the work you are doing today and could drastically impact the work you do tomorrow. Tune in for the latest!
  • Eye on 2016: EDR Insight’s ScoreKeeper State of the Market Update for 3Q15 Recorded: Oct 15 2015 29 mins
    Dianne Crocker, Principal Analyst, EDR Insight
    Do you know where the market for property due diligence is heading? How is your business performance this year compared to industry benchmarks? How confident are you in your business forecast for next year?

    The fourth quarter of 2015 is almost upon us, and that means, of course, that 2016 is just around the corner. Join us for our final ScoreKeeper webinar of the year when EDR Insight’s principal analyst Dianne Crocker will share her unique perspective on the latest state of the property due diligence market. Her presentation will provide attendees with a deep dive into the underlying economic and commercial real estate trends impacting the environmental due diligence market, and an in-depth look at the latest trends. Attendees of this 30-minute webinar will get answers to the following types of questions:

    • Is my business over- or under-performing the overall market?
    • What story does ScoreKeeper’s output tell about the regions driving the strongest 3Q growth?
    • Is my state among the top 10 fastest-growers this year?
    • Are the hottest mid-year metros still hot or cooling? And if so, who are the new entries taking their place?
    • What do the latest data on market indicators impacting demand for your services say about the future business climate you’ll have to contend with?
    • How aggressive should your business forecast be for 2016? How about 2017?
  • Stress Testing 101 – Best Practices for the Community Banker Recorded: Sep 17 2015 62 mins
    Matthew Anderson, Trepp, LLC & Mike Benz, Trepp, LLC
    Concentrations of credit, particularly those related to commercial real estate loans, have been a common factor in bank distress during economic downturns. Since the financial crisis, regulators have been laser focused on ensuring that the nation’s largest financial institutions – those with $10+ billion in assets – have sound stress testing and capital planning programs in place to ensure financial stability.

    The focus is trickling down to the community bank level and examiners are now asking smaller institutions to have appropriate programs in place. For many community bankers, there is uncertainty as to what examiners expect, as well as a lack of resources and expertise to comply. There is also a misconception about the value of stress testing, with attitudes ranging from “it’s a necessary evil” to “it is an integral part of our strategic planning process.”

    EDR, in partnership with sister company Trepp, is pleased to offer this complimentary webinar “Stress Testing 101 – Best Practices for the Community Banker.”

    Attendees with get answers to some commonly asked questions, including:

    -What is a stress test?
    -What is capital adequacy stress testing?
    -What are the regulators’ expectations?
    -What are the larger banks doing?
    -What is the current state of stress testing?
    -What do stress testing results look like?
    -What macroeconomic variables go into projections?
  • Vendor Management: How Well Are You Managing Your Consultants and Appraisers? Recorded: Sep 10 2015 60 mins
    Mitch Kreeger, MAI SRA MBA, Chief Appraiser and Principal Consultant, Kreeger Consulting
    Recent enforcement actions by bank regulators are heightening the need to establish formal policies for third party vendor management. Financial institutions that use outside firms for all types of underwriting and other bank functions are ramping up their oversight of outside firms and for some, the data management burden is not insignificant. This timely event will focus specifically on how risk managers can develop effective policies for managing outside vendors for appraisals and environmental assessments.

    EDR is pleased to host a webinar on this timely topic with Mitch Kreeger, a well-known subject matter expert on valuation, environmental and seismic risk, and regulatory compliance topics, will share his insights and advice on establishing an effective vendor management policy for appraisers and environmental professionals. Kreeger will explore the myriad ways that attendees can improve vendor management, from initial project bidding to vendor selection to monitoring vendors over time.

    At this educational webinar, attendees will receive advice on managing relationships with appraisers and environmental consultants, including answers to the following:

    • What should we consider in selecting the “right” vendor for the job?
    • How do we find quality appraisers? EPs?
    • What guidance should our institution be giving our appraisers and EPs?
    • What criteria should we be using to grade vendors and monitor performance?
    • How are banks facing today’s vendor management challenges?
  • Vendor Management Best Practices: Is Your Program Up to Par? Recorded: Aug 12 2015 60 mins
    Scott Roller, former head of vendor management, Citigroup
    Among the top challenges lenders face today is the need to meet higher expectations set by the OCC and the Federal Reserve governing the use of third-party vendors. While the guidelines were released over a year ago, there is still confusion about what institutions should be doing.

    One thing, however, is certain. Effective vendor management takes resources, and many institutions are finding it necessary to add staff and/or technology to help with the cause, particularly smaller institutions. The regulators have made it clear, vendor management is not just a one-time assessment, but is an ongoing process, and monitoring vendors long term is as important as the initial due diligence.

    EDR is pleased to host a webinar on this timely topic on Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. EST. Scott Roller, former head of vendor management at Citigroup, will provide clarity on the new regulations and help break down regulator expectations into easy-to-understand terms. Roller will explore key dimensions that attendees can use as the foundation for building out their own robust vendor management oversight program, from initial vendor risk classification all the way through ensuring adequate executive engagement in vendor management.

    Attendees will learn best practices for satisfying regulators with this educational workshop, including answers to the following:
    • What does the latest regulatory guidance on vendor management require?
    • What are the biggest headaches banks are facing in complying with them?
    • What advice is recommended for smaller banks struggling with limited manpower/resources?
    • What are bank examiners looking for during audits?
    • What are the latest best practices for policies and procedures?
    • How are banks coping with the need to track and monitor vendors?
    • What are the most common shortcomings that audits reveal?

    Attendees will also receive a free copy of a white paper on vendor oversight and the cost of compliance.
  • EDR Insight Webinar: Quarterly ScoreKeeper Market Update for 2Q2015 Recorded: Jul 16 2015 46 mins
    Dianne Crocker, Principal Analyst, EDR Insight
    Tune in for the industry’s only inside look at how the first half of the new year shaped up. In this complimentary web event, Dianne Crocker will share the latest stats from EDR’s ScoreKeeper service on how the property due diligence market looks at mid-year—as well as what your forecast for the second half will look like. Attendees of this 60-minute webinar will learn:

    • The strength of commercial real estate investment and lending activity
    • ScoreKeeper’s barometers of regional, state and metro hot spots for Phase I ESA volume
    • Key forces driving demand for due diligence this year
    • Changes in risk tolerance from the user community
    • EDR Insight’s near-term forecast for environmental due diligence
  • The TCE Revolution and Its Permanent Impact on Environmental Due Diligence Recorded: Jun 24 2015 77 mins
    David Gillay, Barnes & Thornburg; Dr. Michael Dourson, Ph.D., Alliance for Risk Assessment
    Following decades of studies, scrutiny and debate, the U.S. EPA updated its TCE’s toxicity profile in the IRIS database, dramatically lowering the toxicity value. For transactional due diligence, this more stringent limit has important implications, including markedly more extensive and expensive cleanup processes. Given the focus on vapor migration in the new ASTM Phase I ESA standard, environmental professionals need to be increasingly cautious when making REC determinations and recommendations to clients.

    Adding to the confusion is the significant variability in how regulators are using the updated TCE toxicity profile when making closure decisions at contaminated properties. For instance, U.S. EPA Regions 9, 10 and states like Minnesota, Indiana and Massachusetts (among others) have implemented profoundly different approaches to address TCE risk at contaminated sites. Thus, it is critical for environmental professionals to stay abreast of the how TCE guidance is being interpreted and applied across the country. In the latest development, the Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry is proposing a dramatic change to its TCE toxicity profile for the first time in 18 years. The comment period ended on March 16, 2015, and if the update is finalized in its current form, there will be more intense scrutiny on exposure risks which will further complicate transactional due diligence.

    This timely webinar will bring together an attorney and a national subject matter expert to address the various impacts of TCE’s toxicity update on transactional due diligence. This panel will help EPs answer the following questions:

    -Does TCE in groundwater constitute a VEC and/or a REC?
    -How should an EP manage variability in TCE standards in multi-state transactions?
    -How can an EP take steps to minimize exposure to potential liability?
    -How can an EP make sense of the science and available guidance?
    -How should an EP communicate potential risks associated with TCE to clients?
  • EDR Insight Webinar: Quarterly ScoreKeeper Market Update for 1Q2015 Recorded: Apr 2 2015 44 mins
    Dianne Crocker, Principal Analyst, EDR Insight
    Join us for a complimentary web event on the state of the market in the first quarter of 2015—and a look at the sectors driving growth in the new year. Attendees of this 60-minute webinar will learn:

    • The status of commercial property transactions and the asset classes attracting the most attention
    • This quarter’s regional, state and metro market hot spots
    • Key players in the deal-making and lending worlds
    • Where to focus business development efforts for 2015
    • EDR Insight’s near-term forecast for environmental due diligence
  • How Prepared Is Your Bank for an Appraisal Compliance Audit? Recorded: Mar 31 2015 59 mins
    Mitch Kreeger, MAI SRA MBA, Chief Appraiser and Principal Consultant, Kreeger Consulting
    Commercial real estate markets continue their slow recovery. As demand for loans intensifies, regulatory compliance is top of mind for financial institutions. Bank regulators are exercising strict oversight over all types of bank underwriting, including commercial appraisals. This webinar will address head-on the challenges that institutions face in meeting the latest guidance impacting the appraisal function, and what risk managers can and should be doing to survive an appraisal compliance audit.

    Attendees will receive answers to these important questions:

    • What do current guidance/regulations require of banks related to appraisals and how has that changed?
    • What specific things are bank examiners looking for in an appraisal compliance audit?
    • Are you doing everything you can to prepare your institution for the scrutiny of examiners before an audit? During an audit? After an audit?
    • What are the latest best practices that banks should include today in their appraisal policies to protect themselves during this stage of market recovery?

    EDR Insight is fortunate to have Mitch Kreeger for this timely event. Kreeger is a well-known Subject Matter Expert (SME) on various valuation, environmental and seismic risk, and regulatory compliance topics by peers nationwide. Currently, Kreeger is Chief Appraiser and Principal Consultant at Kreeger Consulting, a private appraisal/environmental/seismic risk consulting services firm that offers commercial appraisal reviews, outsourced Chief Appraiser duties, and advisory services to lenders on regulatory compliance, efficient appraisal/environmental risk functions, and effective policy updates.

    Audience:
    • Primary: Risk managers at financial institutions, particularly at community bank level
    • Secondary: Commercial appraisers
  • Lessons Learned: Case Studies on EP Litigation Recorded: Dec 11 2014 61 mins
    Anthony Buonicore, P.E., CEO, The Buonicore Group
    Exposure to professional liability ranks high on the list of any environmental professional’s concerns. In this webinar, industry veteran Anthony Buonicore will present five carefully-selected case studies where an EP was sued, highlighting how costly litigation could have been avoided. Attendees of this webinar will come away with steps that can be taken to minimize professional liability exposure when:

    • Submitting a Phase I ESA proposal
    • Conducting a Phase I ESA
    • Writing the Phase I ESA report
  • Risk Management Trends in the 2nd Act of Market Recovery Recorded: Dec 4 2014 51 mins
    Dianne Crocker, Principal Analyst, EDR Insight
    To help property assessment professionals meet the challenge of staying up to speed on the forces driving demand for their services, EDR Insight invites you to a complimentary web event on the state of the market in the fourth quarter of 2014—and a look to how the 2015 forecast is taking shape. Attendees of this 60-minute webinar will learn:

    • The status of commercial property transactions and the asset classes attracting the most attention
    • Commercial real estate lending volume
    • Key players in the deal-making and lending worlds
    • How attitudes toward risk are changing
    • Where to focus business development efforts for 2015
    • EDR Insight’s near-term forecast for environmental due diligence

    Join us for a look at the forces driving demand for your services so that you can better position your firm for growth in the new year.
  • Lender Essentials: Environmental Liability Insurance Recorded: Oct 1 2014 63 mins
    Canaan Crouch, Legacy Risk Solutions, LLC; Mike Herrmann, Legacy Risk Solutions, LLC; Debra Hausser, Zurich North America
    With risk management in the spotlight, environmental risk management policies are more important than ever. Environmental insurance options have evolved to offer lenders proven ways to manage risk as commercial loan originations increase in the second act of market recovery. Join us for this webinar as seasoned insiders share their insight into how insurance policies can effectively manage risk exposure. Attendees will also learn how environmental insurance can be applied to lending practices based on real world examples of claims scenarios.

    Benefits to attendees:
    • Background on the latest tools available to help lenders protect collateral on real estate loans or investments.
    • The know-how to avoid an embarrassing loss on loan portfolios due to environmental issues.
    • The latest intel on how lender environmental insurance can help lenders make more loans.

    Target audience:
    • Risk managers at community banks
    • Risk managers at national/international banks looking for a refresher
    • Credit managers and chief credit officers
    • Environmental due diligence professionals serving lenders
    • Insurance professionals
  • Vapor Migration Is Identified as a Recognized Environmental Condition: Now What? Recorded: Jun 24 2014 77 mins
    David Gillay, Barnes & Thornburg; John B. Sallman, Terracon; Blayne Hartman, Hartman Environmental Geoscience
    Vapor migration is part of the new Phase I environmental site assessment protocol from ASTM, E 1527-13. In December, the US Environmental Protection Agency blessed the new standard as compliant with the federal All Appropriate Inquiries rule, emphasizing the importance of assessing vapor migration risk as a standard part of Phase I ESAs. US EPA went even further in the December preamble and stated that vapor migration has always been a part of conducting AAI. In light of US EPA’s statements and the emphasis that assessing vapor migration is current standard practice for AAI-compliant Phase I ESAs, how is vapor being addressed in the field? If a Phase I ESA report identifies vapor migration as a Recognized Environmental Condition, or REC, what next? In today’s market of intensely short turnaround times for property transactions, is a vapor migration issue a deal killer? What are the current tools and options to investigate a vapor migration REC under transactional time constraints? When should a buyer walk away from a site potentially impacted by vapor migration? When to mitigate? How are environmental due diligence firms establishing consistent processes for recommending “next steps” for clients when vapor migration issues arise?

    This timely webinar will bring together an attorney and two leading technical experts to address head-on the various avenues that firms are taking to assist end users of Phase I ESA reports on how to address vapor migration risk during the deal making process.
  • An Inside Look at the Challenges Facing Lenders and Appraisers Today Recorded: Jun 18 2014 78 mins
    Bill Garber, Appraisal Institute & Brian Ginter, Diversified Real Estate Consulting Network
    Regulatory pressures are fundamentally impacting the way that financial institutions manage the appraisal function. Our speakers will tackle the most impactful issues for both lenders and appraisals today. An expert from the Appraisal Institute, the largest appraisal membership society in the world with 23,000+ real estate valuation experts worldwide, will share first-hand research into the challenges faced by appraisers and by lenders that rely on the technical expertise of appraisal services. Attendees will learn about the concerns commercial real estate appraisers face, and the challenges their lender clients face in finding quality appraisers to help them respond to new policies and requirements. Speakers will also share insight into the latest policies from bank regulators like the OCC and FDIC that are impacting the integration of appraisals and environmental risk management. An expert in the trenches of a small community bank will share his insights into the shifting alignment of appraisals and environmental risk management at the community bank level, the importance of having a sound policy in place and actions that banks can take to best prepare for the scrutiny of examiners.

    BENEFITS TO AUDIENCE:
    - Information on how appraisers can meet today’s top challenges, align their services with the challenges lender clients face
    - A deeper understanding of bank regulations impacting appraisals
    - An insider’s take on what bank examiners look for
    - Advice on steps banks can take to protect themselves against examiner scrutiny
    - A look into the forces that are bringing appraisals and environmental due diligence functions closer together

    PRESENTED BY:
    - Bill Garber, Director of Government and External Relations, Appraisal Institute
    - Brian Ginter, Director - Executive Staff, Diversified Real Estate Consulting Network
  • Learn From the Experts: Critical Elements of Effective Environmental Policies Recorded: Oct 29 2013 76 mins
    Georgina Dannatt, Bank of the West; Brian A. Ginter, Burke & Herbert Bank; Larry Schnapf, Schnapf Law
    With scrutiny on lenders’ risk management policies intensifying, more and more community banks are writing their first policies or updating old ones. The OCC just raised the bar for the banks it regulates with the August release of expanded guidelines for environmental risk management that bring their policy requirements in line with those of the FDIC. What are the critical components that should be in every policy? What elements are common to most institution’s policies? How does your institution measure up to industry best practices? How is policy administered across organizations?

    Join us for this webinar as seasoned insiders selected from the ranks of a mid-sized bank and small community lender share their experiences in writing and updating environmental policies. Learn what these experts are doing to protect their institutions from environmental risk exposure, and the dangers that lenders face by not having adequate policies in place to protect them from financial and legal liability.
  • The Inside Word on AAI and the Revised ASTM E 1527 Standard Recorded: Oct 1 2013 78 mins
    Julie Kilgore & William Weissman
    Do you have more questions than answers about the industry’s transition over to a new ASTM Phase I ESA protocol? You’re not alone.

    On August 15, 2013, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency published a Direct Final Rule which proposes to reference the E 1527-13 standard as compliant with the agency’s All Appropriate Inquiries rule (40 CFR Part 312). The agency’s 30-day public comment period just closed and the ASTM standard moves one step closer to publication.

    Right now the #1 question in the industry is: When will ASTM E 1527-13 take effect?

    At this webinar, two of the experts closest to the ASTM process will share the latest status of the AAI rule amendment and publication of the new Phase I ESA standard.

    There are a number of moving pieces in play right now. Tune into this event to learn the latest on the ASTM front, the hot-button issues raised during the public comment period, what happens to E 1527-05 and more. It is an important time for the industry as it prepares to put a new standard into effect and this event will help keep environmental professionals abreast of the process as it unfolds.

    Speakers:

    Julie Kilgore, President, Wasatch Environmental, Inc., Chair of ASTM E50 Committee on Environmental Assessment, Risk Management and Corrective Action and Chair of the E1527 Task Group

    William Weissman, attorney, member of ASTM E50 Executive Subcommittee, retired partner of Venable LLP, Washington, DC
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