As a relationship bank, we strive to understand the business philosophy and goals of our customers. PCB offers a wide variety of useful services and a highly professional team of commercial bankers. Credit is provided for construction, acquisition, redevelopment and refinancing. We have the experience and ability to structure your loan to best meet your needs and long-term asset strategy. We are committed to knowing you, knowing your business and knowing how to tailor a suite of financial services to help you meet your business objectives.
PCB works closely with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Small Business Administration (SBA). These agencies may allow PCB to assist businesses with their hard asset acquisition needs. Qualifying borrowers may receive more favorable loan terms than they may otherwise have been granted.
Are you starting a new business and need to purchase or construct a new building? Has your business outgrown the building you are in? If so, PCB can help provide a loan to meet your needs.
Lines of Credit
Is your business growing at a rate where your cash flow cannot keep up? If so, PCB can structure a loan to provide additional cash flow for inventory or carry your receivables during your time of growth.
- Set up a revolving line of credit
- Learn more about our PCB Business Credit Cards
- Flexible repayment terms
- Competitive interest rates
- Transfer funds from your line of credit to your business checking account
- FREE Internet Banking, e-Notices, PCB Mobile, PCB Line, and automatic payments
- Letters of Credit also available
Machinery and Equipment Loans
At PCB we can help you finance new equipment or vehicles to help you achieve your company's financial goals. Our experienced team of commercial lenders will assist you to find the funds you need to expand your business equipment needs.
You deserve the support of a financial institution that understands agriculture and has a long-term commitment to the success of your farm operation. Get the financing you need for major equipment expenses, livestock or the purchase of farm land.