T Bank provides $100 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans for small businesses


DALLAS, May 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — T Bank, NA, the wholly-owned banking subsidiary of Tectonic Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: TECTP), today announced that it has received approval from the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) to fund more than $100 million in the form of loans through the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) created under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”).

Over the past six weeks, T Bank has helped more than 1,000 borrowers get approved for an SBA PPP loan. The average PPP loan size for T Bank customers is around $100,000. That’s nearly 20% less than the average loan size approved by the SBA through May 8, 2020 (approximately $127,000), meaning that T Bank’s loan program has successfully helped small businesses as intended by the Paycheck Protection Program. Significantly, the financing provided by T Bank under this program has helped, and will continue to help, hundreds of T Bank customers, as well as dozens of small businesses that were not originally T Bank customers. .

“Our team has worked tirelessly to help our small business community,” said Patrick Howard, CEO of T Bank. Mr Howard added: “These small businesses employ thousands of people, and thanks to these timely loans, they have received the funding needed to keep employees on the payroll. Our team members have worked countless hours to help these companies get SBA approval quickly. . I couldn’t be prouder.”

T Bank is an SBA-designated preferred lender and quickly developed a unique online program to meet the flood of PPP loan applications. This program enabled T Bank to quickly secure the increased volume of loans. The program has also provided, and continues to provide, seamless banking services to a host of businesses using PPP.

The ease of use and responsiveness of T Bank’s online platform has received a lot of praise from borrowers, including one who said, “I’m aghast and speechless at how quickly this was handled. THANK YOU! Im impressed beyond words.”

T Bank will continue to accept and process SBA PPP loan applications for as long as the current funding round is available. For more information about T Bank or to start getting a PPP loan, visit www.tbank.com.

About T Bank, NA
T Bank, NA, a subsidiary of Tectonic Financial, Inc., is a nationally chartered, FDIC-insured bank serving customers throughout the United States. T Bank has been recognized in 2020 as one of the top 200 banks in United States by financial health analysts in the annual Lending Tree analysis.1 Its innovative approach to customer service combines state-of-the-art technology with dedicated personal attention. To find out more, visit www.tbank.com.

About Tectonic Financial, Inc.
Tectonic Financial, Inc. (TFI) is a financial holding company headquartered in Dallas, TX providing banking, trust, investment advisory, third party administration and recordkeeping, securities brokerage and insurance services to high net worth individuals, small businesses and institutions across the United States. TFI has a non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the symbol TECTP.

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1 Lending Tree created the analysis of the 200 healthiest banks in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis and has continued to publish it annually. To compile the report, it analyzes data from its subsidiary, DepositAccounts.com, using a proprietary ratio based on the following: 1) Texas ratio, determined by comparing the total value of loans at risk to the total value of funds available to the bank to cover these loans; 2) deposit growth, based on when people deposit money in the bank; and 3) capitalization, determined by a direct calculation of an institution’s assets minus its liabilities. A full copy of the analysis and rankings can be viewed at: www.depositaccounts.com/banks/health.aspx.

Contact:
Patrick Howard
(972) 720-9000

SOURCE T Bank, North America

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