OKLAHOMA CITY, OK--(Marketwire - Mar 22, 2013) -  Online lending leader American Web Loan (www.americanwebloan.com) will showcase the complete production of the company's recent webinar Empowering Consumers To Make The Best Loan Product Choices on YouTube.

Offered in four 15-minute parts, the webinar features American Web Loan General Manager Jamie Schumann and Online Lenders Alliance (OLA) Director of Communications and Operations Peter Barden as they provide guidance to clients and consumers on making the best choices that match their individual financial needs.

American Web Loan originally offered the webinar via the Internet on February 20.

"Our webinar attracted clients and consumers from across the country and we were pleased by the positive feedback received. We're looking forward to providing the valuable full webinar to consumers everywhere via YouTube, and hope the educational sessions will make a difference in the financial lives of those watching it," said Schumann.

About the speakers:
Jamie Schumann, General Manager of industry-leading online lender American Web Loan, joined the company with extensive financial industry experience abroad, working in locales as far-off as India, Ukraine, Japan and the Philippines. A veteran of the U.S. Air Force, Jamie received the coveted CATM Airman of the Year in 1992 while serving under the Pacific Air Command and he also earned a Senior Airman Below-the-Zone award in 1993. Jamie holds a B.A. degree from Buena Vista University in U.S. and World History. With nearly twenty years experience, Jamie understands what solutions are right for addressing the unique needs of financial consumers and he works diligently to ensure his team is equally well-equipped to offer the best financial product solutions.

Peter Barden recently joined the Online Lenders Alliance (OLA) as its Director of Communications and Operations where he works to convey the alliance's mission to its members and the millions of consumers they serve. Prior to OLA, Peter Barden served as a Managing Director of Mercury/Clark & Weinstock where he applied his diverse experience in politics, government and finance to work on behalf of his clients. He previously served as Senior Vice President of the Public Governmental Affairs for the New York Power Authority -- the largest state-owned utility in the nation and as former New York Governor George Pataki's Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs. A graduate of Colgate University, Mr. Barden also served six years in the United States Army Reserves. 

About American Web Loan:
American Web Loan is a tribal lending company that is wholly owned by the Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Indians and its members, a sovereign nation located within the United States of America. AWL is dedicated to providing short-term financial solutions to Americans in need. Since its formation in 2010, American Web Loan has built a nationwide reputation for spearheading the industry's most innovative financial products backed by a singular commitment to client service excellence. The company combines an unparalleled team of experienced and dedicated financial professionals with state-of-the-art online technologies to successfully meet emergency financial needs. In addition to its sought-after portfolio of loan choices, American Web Loan offers comprehensive customer loyalty and financial education programs expressly designed to help solve money challenges in the short-term and improve clients' lives in the long-term. American Web Loan is a member of The Native American Financial Services Association (NAFSA), formed in 2012 to advocate for Native American sovereign rights and enable tribes to offer responsible online lending products.

About The Online Lenders Alliance:
The Online Lenders Alliance is a professional trade organization representing the growing industry of companies offering consumers small, short-term loans online. OLA member companies abide by a list of Best Practices and Code of Conduct to ensure that customers are fully informed and fairly treated. 

Contact Information:

SSA public relations
David Syatt