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District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
ALMENA STATE BANK 3 4,865,400
SIMMONS FIRST NATIONAL BANK 2 2,380,000
COMMERCE BANK 3 1,285,000
FIDELITY BANK 4 850,000
INTRUST BANK, NATL ASSOC. 7 800,000
PACIFIC WESTERN BANK 1 784,000
FARMERS BANK & TRUST 4 618,000
KANSAS STATEBANK 1 350,000
COMMUNITY BANK OF WICHITA, INC. 1 307,000
PEOPLES STATE BANK 1 300,000
KEARNY COUNTY BANK 4 295,100
CELTIC BANK CORPORATION 2 250,000
ALTERRA BANK 1 240,000
ROSE HILL BANK 1 188,000
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK OF COLBY 1 164,300
ESB FINANCIAL 1 147,500
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 125,000
EMPRISE BANK 2 121,600
BANK OF THE WEST 1 110,000
EQUITY BANK 1 108,400
LANDMARK NATIONAL BANK 1 105,000
NEWTEK SMALL BUS. FINANCE INC. 1 100,000
COMMUNITY FIRST NATIONAL BANK 2 92,600
CARSON BANK 1 60,000
WELLS FARGO BANK, NATL ASSOC. 1 20,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
RURAL MISSOURI, INC. 3 1,794,000
SOUTH CENT. KANSAS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 1 1,721,000
Emerging Leaders Vermont

Mac-O-licious is a small restaurant in the Valley Village area. It was founded as a food truck by Kelly Chapman in 2012, and it has successfully grown into a beautiful storefront in less than two years. After receiving a loan from VEDC, as well as business training and consulting services from the Women’s Business Center, Chapman was able to take her restaurant to a whole new level. Since the opening of her first storefront Chapman's cheesy comfort food has received nationwide notoriety.

Baring it all
Goat Milk?

In recent years medical spas and laser centers have popped up all across the U.S. offering everything from massages and waxing, to laser tattoo and hair removal.  Many are presented as holistic and tranquil sanctuaries in advertisements, but Bare in Burlington is taking a different approach.

Bare truly embraces its name and it’s apparent to people when they visit the website. Instead of an image of people wearing white robes with cream on their faces and cucumbers on their eyelids, Bare’s homepage displays an oversized image of an attractive young man and woman.

Ed Cadena and Frances Padilla

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
First Interstate Bank 5 2,757,300
Opportunity Bank of Montana 3 1,975,600
Live Oak Banking Company 2 1,370,000
The Yellowstone Bank 3 1,026,000
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association 18 977,900
Alaska Growth Capital 1 889,000
Montana Community Finance Corporation 2 771,000
Glacier Bank 8 684,100
United Community Bank 1 595,000
First Citizen Bank of Polson 2 415,000
Stockman Bank of Montana 4 395,300
Rocky Mountain Bank 4 280,000
United Midwest Savings Bank 1 246,300
First Security Bank 2 206,000
Bank of Bridger 4 203,900
Flathead Bank of BigFork 2 81,000
Farmers State Bank 1 60,700
Dutton State Bank 1 49,400
U.S. Bank National Association 1 20,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
Big Sky Economic Development Corporation 4 6,175,000
High Plains Financial, Inc. 3 956,000

Alpine Made Uses Straight Talk to Help Expand Business

All Kerry Beiter wanted to do was sell her goat milk products.  Lots of it.  And as the grand-daughter of a grandfather who owned and operated a cattle ranch and dairy farm, she certainly had the will.  Unplanned, though, was a visit to the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) resource partner SCORE Buffalo Niagara that would end up having her attend SBA and SCORE’s Annual Straight Talk Conference.

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amountsort ascending
FortuneBank 2 5,133,700
Commerce Bank 2 5,100,000
Midwest Regional Bank 7 4,355,200
Simmons First National Bank 7 3,536,300
Hawthorn Bank 3 3,394,800
Live Oak Banking Company 2 2,915,000
Fifth Third Bank 1 2,235,400
Belgrade State Bank 1 2,030,000
St. Louis Bank 1 2,000,000
Pulaski Bank, N.A. 2 1,950,000
The Bank of Missouri 11 1,515,900
U.S. Bank, N.A. 14 1,455,700
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 2 1,381,500
The Callaway Bank 5 832,600
Regions Bank 4 796,000
Bank of Hays 1 412,500
Paragon Bank 1 408,000
PNC Bank, N.A. 2 375,000
Peoples National Bank, N.A. 2 365,000
Capital One, N.A. 1 350,000
First State Community Bank 1 350,000
United State Bank 1 350,000
Central Bank of Boone County 1 310,000
UMB Bank, N.A. 1 261,500
FNBC Bank 1 164,000
First Community CU 1 150,000
First Home Bank 1 150,000
First State Bank of St. Charles 1 143,200
First Financial Bank 1 120,000
Mainstreet Bank 1 114,000
Concord Bank 1 110,000
Farmers & Merchants Bank of St. Clair 2 92,900
Oakstar Bank 1 60,000
Great Southern Bank 1 52,800
County Bank 1 50,000
St. Johns Bank and Trust Company 1 50,000
Alterra Bank 1 30,000
The Central Trust Bank 2 25,000

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loans CDC/504 Loan Amountsort ascending
Business Finance Corporation of St. Louis 4 5,013,000
Rural Missouri, Inc. 1 2,574,000
St. Charles County Economic Development Corporation 5 1,109,000
St. Louis Local Development Company 1 278,000
Economic Development Corporation of Jefferson County 1 46,000

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