Designed for your deal workflow
- UCC Hub’s clean, straightforward interface mimics familiar UCC-1 and UCC-3 forms
- Expedite file preparation with bulk edit and print features
- Robust built-in compliance audits help prevent rejected filings
- E-file without rekeying for greater accuracy
How many filings can I submit at a time through UCC Hub?There is no limit on the number of filings you can submit at one time. If you are submitting large-sized files (e.g. a large number of UCCs each having large exhibit attachments), you may consider submitting them in smaller groups to speed the transmission of the orders to your service team.
How many filings can I bulk-print into a pdf?UCC Hub does not limit the number of filings you can print together. If you are printing more than five UCCs together, UCC Hub will run the print function in a separate window, so you can continue working.
How is UCC Hub different from iLien?iLien was built for banking clients. UCC Hub is designed for the law firm’s deal-centric workflow. Its features were developed with direct input from our law firm customers, making it the most user-friendly UCC filing application for law firms.
Can I track UCCs that weren’t filed through UCC Hub?Yes. A new historical filing upload functionality lets you track expirations of UCC-1s and UCC-3s that were made outside of the UCC Hub. A straightforward upload process lets you audit prior to importing into UCC Hub. Contact us to learn how you can migrate filings to UCC Hub.
Did the UCC Filing Hub integrate into the UCC Hub?Yes, the UCC Filing Hub is no longer a separate portal. It has been integrated into the UCC Hub to create a unified, streamlined due diligence experience.
How can I access Filing Hub?
What does UCC portfolio management entail?
There are several important tasks that comprise UCC management after the filing of the original financing statement.
UCCs have a finite period of effectiveness and must be tracked and continued prior to expiring in order to maintain perfection of the security interest. While relatively uniform, these effective periods can vary depending upon the type of asset and the filing jurisdiction.
If a deal is revisited due to new financing or restructuring of the existing financing, then the new UCC original financing statements will need to be filed and pre-existing UCCs will likely need to be amended, terminated, or assigned.
For more information read our article on the Challenges and best practices of managing UCC portfolios.
How do I access the ongoing UCC tracking capabilities?