Commercial Lending Solutions  

 

We can help you find the right financing tailored for your business. 

 

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What Business Goals Can You Achieve With The Right Financing?

Are you planning to expand? Considering more agile delivery options? Purchasing materials to fill new contracts? Are your current loans coming up for renewal? PNC can help you make the right financing decisions for the next phase of your business.

Equipment Finance

PNC Equipment Finance offers financing and consulting to help you:

  • Obtain the equipment and improvements without tying up working capital or valuable credit lines.
  • Stay on the cutting edge of technology.
  • Improve liquidity and cash flow.
  • Meet budgetary needs and goals with flexible structures and payment terms.

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Revolving Lines of Credit

A revolving line of credit can create a foundation for your business to:

  • Overcome seasonal fluctuations in cash flow.
  • Fund short term projects.
  • Manage inventory.
  • Serve your unique financing needs.

International Financing Solutions

Doing business across borders requires specialized financing and risk mitigation. PNC provides:

  • Import, Export and Standby Letters of Credit.
  • Foreign exchange services.
  • Currency risk mitigation.

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Comprehensive Card Programs

PNC offers a comprehensive suite of payment card programs backed by industry leading technology and dedicated client support to help you:

  • Improve management of spending.
  • Reduce back office expenses.
  • Mitigate risk and boost bottom-line results.

The PNC Commercial Rewards CardSM is designed for businesses like yours. It offers:

  • No Annual Fee.
  • No Employee Card Fees.
  • 0% APR* for first 6 billing cycles.
  • 1.5% rewards on qualifying purchases. 

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Small Business Administration Loans

PNC has extensive experience working with the Small Business Administration (SBA) to match your business’ financing needs with the right programs. We can help you:

  • Get funds for expansion.
  • Qualify for financing.
  • Potentially reduce down payment requirements.

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More Insight For Your Business

Ideas and Insights About Your Financial Options

How Much Debt Should I Take on?
 

With the help of your banker, you can educate yourself about the amount of debt your cash flow and balance sheet might support and what to expect when you request financing.

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Five Reasons to Put Your Banker On Your Team

Turn to your banker for ways to help you improve your ability to recruit and retain the right employees, maintain access to capital, manage your cash cycle efficiently, mitigate risk and maintain and grow your wealth.

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A Creative Approach to Financing
 

An appropriately structured lease can provide up to and including 100% financing, allowing you to reinvest your conserved cash elsewhere in your company – like R&D, marketing or technology.

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