Successful, growing businesses look to maximize their scope of operations. A commercial lender who supports you and your business can help you do just that.
Whether you’re looking to acquire, upgrade, maintain, or repair fixed assets such as property, buildings, and technology, we can provide you with the resources you need for capital expenditures
required to grow.
We can customize the amount and length of your commercial loan to suit your needs.
Minimize trade risk with support and guaranteed payments from Byline Bank.
Pay and borrow when you need to, without having to apply for a new loan every time.
Protect yourself and eliminate the need to provide cash as security against any breach of contract.
Why rent when you can own? Whether it’s potential for long-term appreciation or securing a specific location, there are many benefits to owning commercial real estate.
We finance the down payment to purchase your commercial building, allowing cash flow to be available for renovations, improvements, moving costs, or working capital.
Looking to buy out a shareholder or move from manager to business owner? Let us help you finance and navigate an ownership buyout by providing the additional capital you need.
An ESOP loan from Byline Bank makes it possible to finance the sale of your company to your employees. Create liquidity for you and provide an ownership interest for your employees.
With more than 25 years of equipment financing experience and expertise, working with our team of experts has many benefits, including:
Byline Bank is a full-service commercial bank with nearly $6.5 billion in assets, serving small businesses, mid-market companies, and consumers.
Operating over 40 branch locations throughout the Chicago and Milwaukee metro areas, Byline’s been a community partner in its neighborhoods for over 100 years.
In addition to being a Top 5 SBA lender in the nation*, Byline offers a competitive range of commercial lending products backed by experts with decades of experience in the industry.
*National ranking: Ranked by the U.S. Small Business Administration by volume FY2021