Last Updated: June 2, 2020 3:00 p.m. ET

Message from Jennifer Roberts, CEO of Chase Business Banking

We’re staying in contact with the SBA and the U.S. Treasury as they continue to provide details about the Forgiveness portion of the Paycheck Protection Program.

We haven’t set a date on when Chase will start accepting Forgiveness requests, but we are working hard to help you navigate this process and we’ll email you weekly updates along the way.

Like many of you, I’m also watching whether the government will update the rules for PPP Loan Forgiveness, especially when and how Borrowers can use their loan funds.

The PPP program really is unprecedented: More than 4.2 million U.S. businesses received loans. We delivered more than 250,000 loans to businesses -- for more than $30 billion. I recently wrote an article in American Banker to show you how this came together behind the scenes here.

All of us at Chase hope that your PPP loan and the gradual reopening of the country will help your business. And that you and your loved ones stay safe.

Sincerely, 
 

 

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239k loans funded
50% for businesses with fewer than 5 employees
$29B in relief
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$123K average loan amount
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You can now apply online for the Paycheck Protection Program Loan

 

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