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The 19th Annual
Ag Lending Institute
is scheduled for:  

June 22nd – 26th, 2020

at the:

University Business Center
Craig School of Business
California State University, Fresno
5245 N. Backer Ave M/S PB 5
Fresno, California 93740

Tel:  559.278.2352
Fax: 559.278.6964
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Important Notice:

Due to the uncertain health severity and government restrictions of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, ALI management regrets to inform you that the Agricultural Lending Institute will not be held the week June 15, 2020 as planned. We fully intend on holding ALI the third week of June in 2021. For those of you already signed for ALI 2020, we are offering full refunds or you can apply your 2020 registration to ALI 2021.

For those of you thirsting for ag lending knowledge in 2020, ALI staff will be offering some online courses later in the year. These courses will not conflict with the normal ALI curriculum to be held in 2021. Please continue to check the ALI website for time and courses to be offered. We will miss seeing you all in 2020, but look forward to reuniting in 2021.

Take care and be safe.

Curt Covington – Director
Roy Martin - Director


Welcome
to the Agricultural Lending Institute (ALI)!

As the premier institute for Ag lending professionals, ALI's goal is to develop effective leaders in agricultural finance. The training program involves two one-week sessions designed to be completed over a two-year period. Over the last eighteen years, more than 450 participants have successfully completed the training.

ALI is a joint project of the Agricultural Lending Institute Inc. and the University Business Center at the Craig School of Business at California State University, Fresno.

Click here to view & download the complete program brochure for ALI 2019. Brochure for 2020 will be available around April 2020.
 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our current sponsors:

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PMS-FMAC
FresnoMadera
Suncrest Agribusiness
Yosemite