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Business Loans

Business Loans

We believe local businesses are the foundation of our communities. That’s why Community National Bank & Trust is dedicated to providing you with the business loans and financial lending services you need to reach new heights. With lending decisions made locally, you’ll get a fast response and be in direct communication with the decision-makers themselves.

Types of Business Loans We Offer

Your business goals are our goals, whether you’re just getting your company off the ground or rapidly expanding and need the resources to scale with you. Our experienced business loan officers are here to offer competitive rates and flexible terms to help get (and keep) your operations running smoothly.

At CNB&T, we can assist with the following loans and lending services:

  • Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans
  • Standby letters of credit
  • Business credit cards
  • Industrial revenue bonds
  • Accounts receivables
  • Working capital

In addition, our business loans are suited for a range of industries and needs, such as:

  • Inventory
  • Leasing
  • Energy
  • Agriculture
  • Midwest ag financing
  • Raw land
  • Acquisition and expansion
  • Commercial real estate
  • Real estate development and construction
  • Machinery and equipment

Additional Assistance for Your Business

We also specialize in serving our commercial customers beyond business loans and deposits. In tandem with various lending products, our team can advise you in areas of:

  • Online banking cash management
  • Life insurance*
  • Crop insurance*

*Insurance products are not CNB&T obligations and not FDIC-insured.

Apply for Your Business Loan Today

No matter where you are in your entrepreneurial journey, Community National Bank & Trust proudly provides a full suite of business loan offerings with all the benefits of local banking. If you have any questions or want to get started, contact us today, or visit your nearest CNB&T banking center in person!

Ready to apply for a business loan? Complete, save, and submit your Individual Financial Statement Form