Commercial Loan Review


CEIS Review’s Loan Review Program has been an instrumental part of our Credit Risk Management efforts at our Regional Bank for the past several years. Working with CEIS Review has allowed us to more effectively manage credit risk and ensure quality standards are being met.

Chairman, President & CEO

Our engagement with CEIS Review not only meets the OCC’s requirement for independent credit review, but it also provides our team with valuable coaching and guidance on industry best practices.


CEIS Review’s cornerstone business is conducting Commercial Loan Review (“LR”) programs for Financial Institutions. These LR programs are managed and executed by highly experienced senior bankers with extensive industry experience who have worked with community banks, regional banks, money center banks, international banks, and commercial finance companies.

Our commercial loan review programs are structured to incorporate industry best practices and exceed regulatory expectations. Programs can be further tailored to meet each client’s specific needs.

Reviews can be conducted virtually, on-site, or remotely to the client’s preference. Regardless of the logistics, we emphasize clear and consistent communication throughout the review and reporting process.


Segments Reviewed:

Commercial Real Estate (CRE), Commercial and Industrial (C&I), Middle Market, Wholesale, Asset Based, Leveraged, Club Deals, Syndications, Oil and Gas, Renewables, Shipping, Cannabis, and other specialty lending segments.


Contact CEIS Review today and we will reach out to discuss establishing an appropriate Loan Review program for your Institution.

CEIS has consistently delivered top‐notch professional service, and offers great flexibility for us as a client. We have confidence in their commitment to maintaining a high level of industry and regulatory knowledge, as well as quality loan review services.

Vice President of Risk Management

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