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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
The 504 Company 9 5,891,000
Regional Development Funding Corporation 6 2,954,000
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 130 18,296,700
First Commonwealth Bank 19 4,923,500
Enterprise Bank 7 4,921,000
Yadkin Bank 5 4,424,600
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 4 4,369,300
Live Oak Banking Company 4 3,313,000
CNB Bank 10 3,307,600
Citizens Bank 26 3,222,600
PNC Bank, N.A. 24 2,822,600
Ridgestone Bank 2 2,687,000
BankUnited, N.A. 1 2,000,000
Indiana 1st Bank 5 1,390,000
Dollar Bank 14 1,199,500
Manufacturers & Trades Trust Company 11 1,078,800
First Niagara 12 850,800
First Chatham Bank 1 846,100
Eagle Bank 1 725,000
First National Bank 1 700,000
Celtic Bank Corporation 5 595,000
Bank of America, N.A. 2 512,500
West Town Bank & Trust 1 360,000
S&T Bank 1 350,000
Pacific Western Bank 1 330,000
Utah Community Bank 1 314,000
Stearns Bank, N.A. 2 305,500
First Home Bank 3 268,000
The 504 Company 1 250,000
Citizens & Northern Bank 2 220,000
Independence Bank 1 150,000
Newtek Small Business Finance, Inc. 1 150,000
Community Bank 1 85,000
MVB Bank, Inc. 1 25,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

SEATTLE - From four miles below the Earth’s surface to the outer layers of the atmosphere, there are very few places where the products of Silicon Designs are not already in use.

John Cole, founder and owner of Silicon Designs, also a U.S. Army veteran, got his start by making then classified components under a Small Business Innovation and Research (SBIR) grant for the U.S. government in his basement in 1983.

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
COMMERCE STATE BANK 7 8,000,000
RIDGESTONE BANK 10 7,865,800
ALTERRA BANK 5 7,685,000
BMO HARRIS BANK NA 3 5,166,100
FIRST BANK FINANCIAL CENTRE 8 3,766,500
RIVER VALLEY BANK 5 3,631,000
WELLS FARGO BANK NA 7 1,373,000
1ST NATL BANK OF BERLIN 3 1,368,500
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK NA 2 1,318,000
U.S. BANK NA 8 1,304,900
CELTIC BANK CORPORATION 2 1,297,000
SECURITY FINANCIAL BANK 3 1,000,000
WAUKESHA STATE BANK 4 961,500
BAYLAKE BANK 4 885,500
WISCONSIN BANK & TRUST 3 825,000
PARK BANK 2 750,000
FIRST CITIZENS STATE BANK 1 690,000
MID AMERICA BANK 3 660,000
CHARTER BANK 4 635,000
BANK MUTUAL 4 522,000
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK & TRUST 1 520,000
HIAWATHA NATIONAL BANK 3 498,400
LIVE OAK BANKING COMPANY 2 450,000
PEOPLES STATE BANK 1 425,000
MIDDLETON COMMUNITY BANK 1 350,000
MIDWESTONE BANK, IOWA CITY, IA 1 345,000
ASSOCIATED BANK NA 6 336,600
CITIZENS STATE BANK OF LACROSSE 1 300,000
SUMMIT CU 5 280,000
STATE BANK OF CROSS PLAINS 2 260,000
PIONEER BANK 1 250,000
INVESTORS COMMUNITY BANK 1 250,000
MBANK, MANISTIQUE, MI 1 200,000
STEARNS BANK NA 1 200,000
WESTCONSIN CU 1 180,000
PROSPERA CU 1 171,000
IXONIA BANK 2 158,000
WISCONSIN WOMEN'S BUSINESS INITIATIVE 3 139,500
COLLINS STATE BANK 1 138,000
BANK OF LUXEMBURG 1 115,000
FOX COMMUNITIES CU 1 103,500
PARTNERSHIP BANK 1 100,000
FIRST FEDERAL BANK OF WI 1 100,000
PLATINUM BANK 1 100,000
FORWARD FINANCIAL BANK 1 80,000
STATE BANK FINANCIAL 2 80,000
CITIZENS STATE BANK, CADOTT 1 80,000
CITIZENS STATE BANK, HUDSON 1 75,000
TIMBERWOOD BANK 1 50,000
TRI CITY NATIONAL BANK 1 50,000
COMMUNITY STATE BANK 2 45,000
SOUTHPORT BANK 1 20,000
AMERICAN NATL BANK FOX CITIES 1 15,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
WISCONSIN BUSINESS DEVEL FINANCE CORP 19 9,897,000
TWIN CITIES-METRO CERTIFIED DEVEL 1 783,000
SPEDCO 1 428,000

Small Business Matchmaker Opens Doors for Industrial Support Inc.

Not long after attending SBA’s Annual Business Matchmaker, David Sullivan, President, Industrial Support Inc. began receiving contracting opportunities and numerous quotes from a variety of small and large national businesses.

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
Huntington Bank 35 8,234,300
Republic Bank (PA) 1 2,200,000
The First State Bank 3 1,137,100
MVB Bank 6 654,800
BCBank 2 410,000
Freedom Bank 1 390,000
Community Trust Bank 4 350,000
Peoples Bank 1 350,000
Wells Fargo Bank (SD) 1 340,000
JPMorgan Chase 4 325,500
United Community Bank (GA) 1 315,000
Bank of Charles Town 3 298,000
Spirit of Texas Bank (TX) 1 243,400
Washington Council on ED (Micro) 6 227,000
First National Bank 1 225,000
Citizens Bank of West Virginia 1 190,000
United Bank 1 145,000
Newtek Small Business Finance (NY) 1 105,000
Harrison County Bank 1 50,300
KISRA (Micro) 4 19,598
People Incorporated Financial Services (Micro) 1 7,500

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
Regional Funding Development Corp. 1 475,000
Business Finance Group 1 262,000

Jessica Dragan, a Wisconsin native, joined the U.S. Army as a logistics and transportation specialist and spent four years traveling the globe with tours in South Korea, Texas, and Kuwait during Operation Iraqi Freedom. She knew when she left the service that she would take a different path. She spent two years in Los Angeles studying as many styles of massage as she could learn. She gained experience working at one of the Los Angeles area’s most respected spas, Burke Williams.

After years of working for others and having a hobby race car and welding shop on the side, Willie Freshour realized that he wasn’t getting paid enough as a welder or making the most of his high energy and many skills. When Willie’s foreman at his last job suggested he quit and start his own business, he took the leap. Freshour Precision Welding and Fabrication opened in 2011 in New London, Wisconsin.

Mark Matthiae, founder and CEO of Crystal Finishing Systems, is a serial entrepreneur.  After founding and growing several auto and body shop businesses in the 1970s and 1980s, he and his wife Laurie started Crystal Finishing Systems as a part-time enterprise in 1993 with a staff of three and one client.  The business grew quickly.  By 1996, they had established a headquarters in Schofield and had 22 employees involved in production of coatings for metal and plastic products, and by 1999 they were operating 3 shifts around the clock with about 85 employees.

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
Midwest Regional Bank 15 15,620,300
Fortune Bank 5 9,463,400
Pulaski Bank, N.A. 7 6,413,800
Commerce Bank 11 6,040,600
Simmons First National Bank 15 5,196,700
Live Oak Banking Company 4 4,440,000
Hawthorn Bank 6 3,894,800
U.S. Bank, N.A. 34 3,458,800
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 5 3,314,100
Belgrade State Bank 3 3,262,000
Farmers & Merchants Bank of St. Clair 10 3,231,000
The Bank of Missouri 20 2,988,700
Fifth Third Bank 1 2,235,400
Regions Bank 6 2,200,000
St. Louis Bank 1 2,000,000
UMB Bank, N.A. 11 1,740,600
Ridgestone Bank 1 1,600,000
The Callaway Bank 9 1,454,100
First National Bank in Fairfield 1 1,282,500
PNC Bank, N.A. 4 1,239,100
West Town Bank & Trust 1 1,169,000
St. Johns Bank and Trust Company 4 1,017,800
Private Bank & Trust Company 2 1,016,500
Peoples National Bank, N.A. 4 965,000
The Central Trust Bank 6 655,300
Bank of Springfield 2 541,500
First Home Bank 2 500,000
Utah Community Bank 2 500,000
Celtic Bank Corporation 4 480,000
Bank of Hays 1 412,500
Paragon Bank 1 408,000
Central Bank of Boone County 3 401,300
First State Community Bank 2 400,000
1st National Bank in Staunton 1 400,000
Northeast Bank 1 397,200
Capital One, N.A. 1 350,000
United State Bank 1 350,000
First Midwest Bank of the Ozarks 1 309,500
Enterprise Bank & Trust 1 300,000
United Bank of Union 1 300,000
Entegra Bank 1 261,000
Providence Bank 1 220,000
Spirit of Texas Bank, SSB 1 215,000
County Bank 2 190,000
Bank Star 2 186,000
First Community CU 2 180,000
FNBC Bank 1 164,000
Heritage Community Bank 1 150,000
Newtek Small Business Finance Inc. 1 150,000
1st National Bank of Tom Bean 1 148,700
First State Bank of St. Charles 1 143,200
First Financial Bank 1 120,000
Bank of Sullivan 2 115,000
Mainstreet Bank 1 114,000
Concord Bank 1 110,000
Citizens Bank 1 100,000
Independence Bank 1 95,000
Oakstar Bank 1 60,000
Great Southern Bank 1 52,800
Alterra Bank 1 30,000
Landmark Bank, N.A. 1 10,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
Business Finance Corporation of St. Louis 5 5,321,000
St. Charles County Economic Devlopment Corporation 10 4,372,000
Rural Missouri, Inc. 2 2,983,000
St. Louis Local Development Company 2 624,000
Small Business Growth Corporation 1 550,000
Economic Development Corporation of Jefferson County 1 46,000

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