BankUnited – Begin collecting documentation now, including Form 941 from the most recent four quarters and verification of payroll cost and employees for the last 12 months. See updates here.
BBVA Compass – See details for April 3 here. You must use BBVA Online Banking and apply online. See other options here.
Berkshire Bank – They suggest filling out a Contact Us form because of high call volume. They also mention that they are actively working on accepting applications and will provide updates soon.
Byline Bank – Updates will be here. If you’re a current customer, contact your Portfolio Manager.
Cadence Bank – Learn more. They are finalizing their online loan application process.
Capital One – Applications aren’t being accepted as of April 2 (the last update as of the afternoon of April 3.) Updates will be posted here.
Celtic Bank – Celtic warns they may have to delay accepting applications due to the SBA not yet releasing initial guidance. You can start by filling out a form here.
CenterState Bank – Complete a form here for updates
Centerstone SBA Lending, Inc.
Chase Bank – You can begin submitting information to apply for a loan here.
Citizens Bank – Updates will be posted here. You can request an application here.
Comerica Bank – Call 888-444-9876. Existing customers will get first priority. See updates here.
Customers Bank – Complete the form at the bottom of the webpage for updates. Customers also notes that if you have an existing SBA loan, the SBA will cover the next six months of principal and interest starting April 2020 (for 7A and 504 loans.)
East West Bank – Fill out the starting application form here. Only existing customers’ applications are currently being accepted.
Embassy National Bank
Falcon National Bank – Phone numbers and emails to contact were listed here but that page has since been taken down.
Fifth Third Bank – You’ll need a Fifth Third online banking profile first and you can only apply online. See more details here.
FirstBank – Download an application here and then email it to your FirstBank banker.
First Chatham Bank
First Commonwealth Bank – Complete an application here and include 2019 Form 941 or Form 944 and a beneficial ownership form. Upload the application on their DropBox site or mail the application. See more details here.
First-Citizens Bank & Trust Company
First Financial Bank – Details will be posted here and First’s SBA clients will also get emails. An application isn’t available yet as of the afternoon of April 3.
First Horizon Bank – Updates here and contact your banker for more details.
First IC Bank
First National Bank of Pennsylvania – Updates and the application are here. Complete the information form on the webpage first, then select your annual revenue, then upload your application, all on the same webpage.
Stearns Bank National Association – Some PPP loan applications are now being accepted here. Download an application and email it to PPPLoan@StearnsBank.com and submit payroll documentation for an expedited review.
Sunflower Bank – Get updates here and register a PPP Loan Request.
Synovus Bank – You can apply online on April 3 here.
Truist Bank d/b/a Branch Banking & Trust Co – Trustmark has a page about applying here.
Umpqua Bank – Visit here for all relief options. Current customers can go here and click on the “Paycheck Protection Program Portal” to apply. If you’re a prospective customer, go to the same link and fill out a form showing that you’re interested in PPP.
Union Bank – Updates are posted here but nothing specifically about CARES as of the time of publication.
United Business Bank
United Community Bank – Sign up here for updates on PPP. They will have an application portal at that webpage open on April 4.
Wells Fargo Bank – You’ll be able to apply online here.
West Town Bank & Trust – Complete a contact form here for a pre-application. Get more details here.
Zions Bank – An application will be here on April 3 at some point during the day.
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