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Rosa Santana, chief executive officer of Integrated Human Capital has developed a new business, Forma Automotive, which is the first Hispanic women-owned direct Tier 1 parts supplier for Toyota’s San Antonio truck manufacturing facility.   The company was created in 2014 when Toyota identified a need for a parts supplier to increase production efficiency of their Tacoma truck beds. Santana already had a good working relationship with Toyota through Integrated Human Capital, which provides staffing services to the automotive company and many of their onsite suppliers.

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
Regional Development Funding Corporation 5 2,328,000
The 504 Company 4 1,524,000
Bridgeway Capital 1 367,000

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
The Huntington National Bank 56 10,609,300
Yadkin Bank 5 4,424,600
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 3 4,028,900
Enterprise Bank 4 3,596,000
First Commonwealth Bank 8 3,313,500
Live Oak Banking Company 2 2,350,000
PNC Bank, N.A. 12 2,008,200
Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania 15 2,002,600
CNB Bank 4 1,605,000
First Chatham bank 1 846,100
Manufacturers & Traders Trust Company 3 561,000
First Niagara Bank, N.A. 8 357,800
S&T Bank 1 350,000
Celtic Bank Corporation 3 345,000
Pacific Western Bank 1 330,000
Dollar Bank 4 252,000
Indiana 1st Bank 1 250,000
First Home Bank 2 175,000
Independence Bank 1 150,000
Community Bank 1 85,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

The U.S. Small Business Administration offers a variety of programs to help entrepreneurs start, build and grow their businesses. But even if a business never requires extra help with capital or counseling they can still receive a boost in business from participation in some lesser known SBA programs. That has been the experience of O’Fallon Casting, a nonferrous investment casting company based in O’Fallon Missouri.  

By Danny Monahan

Small Business Administration

 

During the summer when most recent high school graduates are looking forward to going away to college, joining the military or taking some time off, a Middlesex teenager decided to start his own business in Montpelier.

Brandon Darmstadt, 19, opened up Arnie's Ice Cream in August after graduating from U-32 High School in East Montpelier in the spring of 2015.

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
RIDGESTONE BANK 6 5,553,500
COMMERCE STATE BANK 6 3,508,000
FIRST BANK FINANCIAL CENTRE 6 2,358,600
BMO HARRIS BANK NA 1 2,221,900
COMMUNITY STATE BANK 5 1,409,100
WELLS FARGO BANK NA 8 1,200,200
WAUKESHA STATE BANK 5 1,048,000
ALTERRA BANK 3 1,010,000
U.S. BANK NA 2 988,000
CITIZENS STATE BANK 1 734,500
CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY BANK 4 730,000
FIRST CHATHAM BANK 1 681,000
SUMMIT CU 6 668,400
CITIZENS STATE BANK OF LA CROSSE 3 663,500
PARK BANK 2 455,000
MID AMERICA BANK 2 400,000
BREMER BANK NA 1 350,000
AMERICAN NATL BANK, FOX CITIES 3 320,000
HOMETOWN BANK 2 275,000
BANK MUTUAL 1 274,100
IXONIA BANK 1 235,600
LINCOLN OPPORTUNITY FUND LLC 2 222,000
WISCONSIN WOMEN'S BUSINESS INITIATIVE 2 205,000
SOUTHPORT BANK 1 205,000
NICOLET NATIONAL BANK 1 200,000
STEARNS BANK NA 1 194,000
ROCKFORD BANK AND TRUST CO 1 182,800
CITIZENS COMMUNITY FED NA 1 160,000
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK & TRUST 1 150,000
FIRST CITIZENS STATE BANK 1 150,000
FIRST HOME BANK 1 150,000
CELTIC BANK CORPORATION 1 150,000
TRI CITY NATIONAL BANK 2 145,000
PNC BANK NA 1 135,000
RIVER VALLEY BANK 1 125,000
LANDMARK CU 1 100,000
FOUNDATIONS BANK 1 85,000
FORWARD FINANCIAL BANK 1 75,000
HIAWATHA NATIONAL BANK 1 57,000
1ST NATL BANK OF PARK FALLS 2 35,000
STATE BANK FINANCIAL 1 25,000
PARTNERSHIP BANK 1 12,700

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
WISCONSIN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORP 11 10,067,000
RACINE COUNTY BUSINESS DEVEL CORP 1 239,000

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
NEWTEK SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE, INC. 4 5,100,000
ALMENA STATE BANK 3 4,865,400
SIMMONS FIRST NATIONAL BANK 2 2,380,000
COMMERCE BANK 3 1,285,000
THE STOCKTON NATIONAL BANK 1 1,096,200
WELLS FARGO BANK, NATL ASSOC. 2 955,000
FIDELITY BANK 4 850,000
INTRUST BANK, NATL ASSOC. 7 800,000
PACIFIC WESTERN BANK 1 784,000
RIDGESTONE BANK 1 710,000
FARMERS BANK & TRUST 4 618,000
KANSAS STATEBANK 1 350,000
KEARNY COUNTY BANK 5 316,600
COMMUNITY BANK OF WICHITA, INC. 1 307,000
PEOPLES STATE BANK 1 300,000
CELTIC BANK CORPORATION 2 250,000
ALTERRA BANK 1 240,000
ROSE HILL BANK 1 188,000
COMMUNITY FIRST NATIONAL BANK 3 167,600
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK OF COLBY 1 164,300
ESB FINANCIAL 1 147,500
THE CITIZENS STATE BANK 2 140,000
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 125,000
EMPRISE BANK 2 121,600
CARSON BANK 2 110,000
BANK OF THE WEST 1 110,000
EQUITY BANK 1 108,400
LANDMARK NATIONAL BANK 1 105,000
BANK OF HAYS 1 23,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
RURAL MISSOURI, INC. 4 2,222,000
SOUTH CENTRAL KANSAS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 1 1,721,000

When Elliott Henry arrived in St. Louis in the late 1950s, he had $35 in his pocket and a burning desire to land a factory job. With patience and a lot of determination Elliott landed his dream job at McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Company as a utility worker. But despite, good pay and benefits and constant recognition for his work, something was missing. Little did he know that a call for help from a local cleaning company was about to take his life in a completely different direction.   

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
Huntington Bank 20 5,603,500
Republic Bank (PA) 1 2,200,000
The First State Bank 2 837,100
Freedom Bank 1 390,000
Wells Fargo Bank (SD) 1 340,000
JPMorgan Chase 4 325,500
Community Trust Bank 3 300,000
First National Bank 1 225,000
MVB Bank 2 190,000
Washington County Council on ED (Micro) 4 127,000
Bank of Charles Town 1 38,000
KISRA (Micro) 4 19,598

CDC/504 Loan Program

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico 119 12,741,000
Banco Santander Puerto Rico 26 1,825,000
Banco de Desarrollo Económico para Puerto Rico 15 1,738,500
Oriental Bank 12 1,460,000
FirstBank de Puerto Rico 6 723,700
Independence Bank 1 80,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
COFECC 7 6,421,000
PYMES Financial Partners, Inc. 5 1,816,000
Marketing Small Business Finance Corporation 6 1,308,000
Puerto Rico Business Development Corp. 2 403,000

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