District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
The Huntington National Bank 39 6,530,700
Yadkin Bank 5 4,424,600
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. 3 4,028,900
Enterprise Bank 3 3,446,000
First Commonwealth Bank 6 2,873,500
Citizens Bank 14 1,927,600
PNC Bank N.A. 8 1,690,900
First Chatham Bank 1 846,100
CNB Bank 2 500,000
S&T Bank 1 350,000
Celtic Bank Corporation 3 345,000
Pacific Western Bank 1 330,000
First Niagara Bank N.A. 6 292,800
Indiana 1st Bank 1 250,000
Dollar Bank 2 177,000
Community Bank 1 85,000
First Home Bank 1 75,000
Manufacturers & Traders Trust Company 1 25,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

Flying Leap

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
RIDGESTONE BANK 7 6,392,500
FIRST BANK FINANCIAL CENTRE 16 5,590,000
COMMERCE STATE BANK 5 5,314,000
CENTRAL BANK 1 4,115,000
FIRST BUSINESS BANK 4 3,710,000
ALTERRA BANK 2 2,385,000
SUMMIT CU 10 2,323,200
WISCONSIN BANK & TRUST 2 2,117,900
WELLS FARGO BANK NA 9 1,914,300
MID AMERICA BANK 5 1,553,000
U.S. BANK NA 12 1,548,500
THE HARVARD STATE BANK 2 1,350,000
UNITED BANK 1 1,125,000
PEOPLES STATE BANK 2 1,102,500
WAUKESHA STATE BANK 5 1,090,000
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK NA 2 958,500
SECURANT BANK & TRUST 1 950,000
HOMETOWN BANK 2 880,500
WISCONSIN WOMEN'S BUSINESS INITIATIVE 5 660,000
STATE BANK OF CROSS PLAINS 3 571,900
HIAWATHA NATIONAL BANK 1 425,000
CITIZENS STATE BANK OF LA CROSSE 3 425,000
RIVER CITIES BANK 2 418,500
LIVE OAK BANKING COMPANY 1 350,000
BMO HARRIS BANK NA 2 348,000
CITIZENS BANK 1 315,000
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK & TRUST 1 300,000
CITIZENS STATE BANK 1 275,500
RIVER BANK 2 255,000
COMMUNITY STATE BANK 3 255,000
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, FOX CITIES 2 229,000
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK 1 216,000
PARK BANK 1 205,000
FIRST HOME BANK 1 200,000
WISCONSIN RIVER BANK 2 195,000
PYRAMAX BANK FSB 1 150,000
CELTIC BANK CORPORATION 1 150,000
INDEPENDENCE BANK 1 150,000
CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY BANK 1 150,000
THE BANK OF KAUKAUNA 1 138,000
FIRST BANK OF BALDWIN 1 135,000
AMERICAN BANK 1 126,000
STATE BANK OF FLORENCE 1 125,100
PIONEER BANK OF WISCONSIN 1 115,000
ASSOCIATED BANK NA 1 97,600
KOHLER CU 1 85,000
FIRST CITIZENS STATE BANK 2 70,000
STATE BANK FINANCIAL 1 50,000
DENMARK STATE BANK 1 50,000
LANDMARK CU 1 48,000
JOHNSON BANK 1 46,000
FOX COMMUNITIES CU 1 45,000
FORWARD FINANCIAL BANK 1 44,000
WESTCONSIN CU 1 40,000
UNION NATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO 1 18,500

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
WISCONSIN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORP 6 4,669,000
SPEDCO 1 912,000
PRAIRIELAND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORP 1 524,000
SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA 504 DEV 1 417,000
MINNESOTA BUSINESS FIN. CORP 1 386,000

Three former military pilots in Elgin, Arizona took the proverbial “flying leap” together and founded Flying Leap Vineyards, Inc. in 2010. Lifelong best friends with diverse backgrounds in the wine and farming industries the three entered the Arizona wine business with a goal of developing a new brand based on local, self-sourced viticulture and high quality, small-batch winemaking. Flying Leap Vineyards is an Arizona domestic farm winery based in Santa Cruz County.

Northwest Funeral Home was established in 1993 by Mrs. Ernestine O’Bee, Mr. William Ford, and Mr. J.C. Frazier. J.C. Frazier, who is the current Funeral Director and a corporate officer at Northwest, is a U.S. Army retired officer and has been part of the Milwaukee community for more than 20 years. He previously worked with Mrs. O’Bee at O’Bee’s Funeral Home. Mr. Frazier now works with his wife Victoria, who helps to plan and manage events at Northwest’s new Events Center. The events center was built with the financial support of SBA 7(a) loans in 2013.

Veteran Rhett Roeth has built a successful company from the basement up. Back in 1999, Rhett Roeth walked into the University of Wisconsin Madison’s Surplus With a Purpose (SWAP) store looking for a business to buy, any business. Roeth already knew how he was going to make money with his new venture; he was quick to recognize the power of online auction sites on the Internet and, it being 1999, he didn’t have too much competition. The only problem was, Roeth had no idea what he was going to sell. He was at the mercy of whatever Madison’s SWAP store had in stock.

Brief description of the business: Formed in October 2003 in Pennsylvania, Transposagen Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. relocated to Kentucky in January 2008 where it has since established itself as a leading gene editing company. The company differentiates itself from competitors by “offering unique gene editing technology, strong intellectual property and advanced technical capabilities.” Transposagen products and services include off-the-shelf gene editing reagents, custom cell line engineering and custom animal model creation.

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District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
Huntington Bank 17 5,510,500
Republic Bank (PA) 1 2,200,000
The First State Bank 2 837,100
Wells Fargo Bank (SD) 1 340,000
JPMorgan Chase 4 325,500
First National Bank 1 225,000
MVB Bank 2 190,800
Washington County Council on ED (Micro) 4 127,000
Community Trust Bank 1 50,000
Bank of Charles Town 1 38,000
KISRA (Micro) 3 14,623

CDC/504 Loan Program

The U.S. Small Business Administration helps small businesses at any and all stages of their lifecycle, from start to finish. However, sometimes all they need is a little assistance to get going. That is exactly the case with WV Fitness 24.

Clint Aragona, a trainer by trade, is no stranger to entrepreneurship. Aragona’s parent’s owned and operated a restaurant for 35 years in Shinnston, WV. When he showed his own interest in starting a business, his family threw their full support – and finances – behind him.

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