Last Updated: May 21, 2020 11:30 a.m. ET

Covid-19 Business Update: We're here for you.

Message from Jennifer Roberts, CEO of Chase Business Banking

Many of you have two primary goals right now: Keeping your business open and starting the PPP loan Forgiveness process.  We’re here to help you with that.

We’ll email you when you can submit your request through chase.com. In the meantime, please visit our Forgiveness resources to help you prepare while we incorporate the SBA’s ongoing guidance. We’ll update this site regularly.

Over the past few weeks, I’ve heard directly from hundreds of you. And I love your stories of how these loans are helping you, your employees, your customers and your families. Thank you for sticking with us and trusting us to be your partner.  It’s a privilege. 

Sincerely, 

 

 

If you are not receiving emails from us about Forgiveness, please check your spam folder and email privacy settings.

Learn about Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness

Learn about the SBA Paycheck Protection Program

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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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Reshaping Your Business In These Uncertain Times

Speaker – Melinda Emerson aka The Small Biz Lady

Friday, May 29, 2020 | 3 PM Eastern Time 

Capacity is limited — register today. 


Additional updates, Chase business services and helpful links.

 

Updates:

 

  • Learn more about Paycheck Protection Program Forgiveness. Click Here

  • We are experiencing extremely high call volumes. So, we urge you to sign in to Chase Business Online for your everyday banking needs.

  • To protect yourself from scams, please know that we won’t ask for confidential information—such as your name, password, PIN or other account information—if we reach out to you. See the Federal Trade Commission’s advice

  • Please check your branch before you go

 

 

Chase Business Services

 

  • Enroll in alerts to monitor account activity 

All loans are subject to other requirements and availability of funds under the SBA program. Funds are limited.
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