Capitalize on opportunities and purchase with confidence.
Helping buyers finance M&A Transactions! You see the world of business through a different lens. So, do we!
Our varied depth of experience has led us to have specific insights which help us navigate the unique specifications of each deal. As a nationwide Preferred Lender, we specialize in M&A financing across most industries.
Whether it’s a merger or an outright acquisition, there are several hurdles to clear before the deal is done. We know that every acquisition is unique, and that’s why it is so important to work with an experienced lender. With more than two centuries of combined lending experience, our loan experts are ready to help your clients understand and navigate the complex world of M&A transactions.
Combine your vision with our expertise!
We’re committed to do our best to accommodate your specific needs.
First Bank of the Lake has a proven track record of success financing M&A transactions.
Significantly reduce the time and expense associated with the acquisition process
Speed to market
Plus, with First Bank of the Lake you’ll enjoy:
Some of the features of First Bank of the Lake’s SBA 7(a) program.
Longer terms for cash flow enhancement
Increased liquidity for next opportunity
Streamlined underwriting and closing process
From start to finish, we’re here for you!
You’ll have the support of a nationwide preferred lender with an experienced underwriting and closing team. We’re ready to guide you through each transaction.
Due Diligence Process
Let us show you how First Bank of the Lake can help get your deal to the closing table.
Considering an acquisition, buying out a partner or looking at a bolt-on? We’re ready to help! Talk to us and find out what it’s like to work with a bank who puts you first.
All loans are subject to credit approval. Restrictions and limitations may apply. First Bank of the Lake does not provide tax, legal or investment advice. All decisions concerning these matters should be made in conjunction with your professional advisors.
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