Schedule Your 1-on-1 Meetings with Lenders2017-09-14T11:20:59-07:00

Access to Capital Seattle1Thank you for registering for Access to Capital New York City! A confirmation email with your ticket(s) attached will be sent to your email.

To get the most from the event, we suggest you schedule an appointment to meet with at least one lender. Appointments are on a first come, first serve basis, and you may meet with up to 3 different lenders. Here’s a list of suggested materials to bring to your lender meetings. Once you’ve registered, feel free to call one of our Credit Advisors with any questions about how to prepare for the event. They can be reached at 1-855-464-2125.

To schedule your meetings:

  1. Choose the lender you want to meet with and select November 12th on the calendar.
  2. Choose your preferred available time.
  3. Fill in your personal information and click “Continue.”
  4. Review your information and finalize.
  5. Congratulations, you’re registered!
  6. Want to meet with another lender? Simply click the “New Appointment” link.

Click on the logos below to learn more about the lenders:

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* Access to Capital Consultations and 1:1 Meetings

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