SBA loans that are designed to help your small business grow and thrive.

Fueling Growth, Empowering Small Businesses

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SBA loans that are designed to help your small business grow and thrive.

Fueling Growth, Empowering Small Businesses

Get Started Here

Why CCFBank?

Expertise: CCFBank is an SBA Preferred Lender, meaning a faster, more streamlined process, so you can turn your ambitions into achievements.

Experience: With extensive small business experience, we’ll help you fund your future with an SBA-approved loan that works for you.

Ease: The SBA loan process can feel overwhelming and arduous. We’re here to help you navigate each step of the process with ease.


Conventional business loans aren’t right for everyone.

That’s why we offer government-backed Small Business Administration loans, with a focus on the most popular program, 7(a) loans. SBA 7(a) loans are a great option for small business owners, typically offering lower down payments, longer terms, and increased flexibility compared to other loan types.

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funding your business deserves.

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SBA Loan

SBA loan eligibility requirements include the following:

  • Be a for-profit business operating in the U.S.
  • Be considered a small business, as defined by the SBA
  • Be able to show creditworthiness and ability to repay the loan
  • Be an eligible business. See SBA’s excluded categories here

Your Future, Our Passion

It’s hard to trust a bank with your livelihood. Large banks have the experience, but small ones have the heart. CCFBank is the Goldilocks of small business banking, combining both. With us, you’re more than just a number on a file. You’re a person with a vision, and we’re here to make it a reality.

We know that you also don’t want to waste any time. As an SBA Preferred Lender, CCFBank can approve your loan on behalf of the SBA, expediting the application and approval process. Count on us to provide you with a straightforward and streamlined process.

Benefits of CCFBank

Benefits of CCFBank SBA loans include:

  • SBA Preferred Lender
  • SBA Express Lender
  • Locally-Based
  • Top SBA Lender in Wisconsin*
  • Straightforward Application
  • Flexible Terms

*CCFBank secured more SBA-approved loans for Wisconsin-based businesses than any other Wisconsin-based bank in our asset class (>$1 billion – $5 billion) during the SBA’s 2021 and 2022 fiscal years.

What past lending customers say

“Buying a business presents a lot of nerves and unknowns, but Justin made the entire process so simple.”

Katoria Pratt
JR Truck Repair and Fabrication

“We were amazed at how simple CCFBank made this loan process for us. They really helped turn our dreams into reality…Thanks again Zach!!!”

Dominic Walker
Eau Claire Super Wash LLC

“CCFBank went above and beyond helping Hope Gospel Mission navigate the process laid out by the SBA in response to COVID.”

Sandi Polzin
Hope Gospel Mission

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SBA Loans Team

Zach Rose

Relationship Banker

West-Central WI

Dustin Hundt

SVP Consumer & Commercial Banking

Southern WI & MN

Justin Harings

Community Banking President

West-Central WI

Tony Jenkins

Vice President Commercial Banking


Brock Pottinger

Vice President Commercial Banking

Northern WI


The SBA partners with banks to increase access to funding for small businesses. SBA loans typically have lower down payments and interest rates, longer terms, and more flexibility than other types of loans.

The 7(a) Loan Program is the SBA’s primary and most popular loan program. 7(a) loans are ideal for many small businesses because of their flexible repayment terms and low interest rates.

The business must be for-profit and considered a small business per the SBA requirements.

A variety of industries are eligible. CCFBank has worked with financial advisors, attorneys, insurance agencies, chiropractors, and more.

Businesses that do not qualify include non-profits, gambling entities, lending institutions, and CBD sellers. To see a full list of ineligible businesses, visit the SBA site here.

You can use your SBA loan proceeds for most legal business purposes. This includes expansions, partner buyouts, acquisitions, startups, collateral shortfall, and more.

You can start your application process here.

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