Choosing a lending partner shouldn’t put you in a tough spot.
Short Term Financing Needs
Managing Cash Flow
Tailored financing options to help move your business forward.
Savoy Bank representatives have expertise across a number of industries and are specialized in helping you find financing that best aligns with your business needs. From the working capital loans to business expansion financing, we work quickly every step of the way.
We work with the U.S. Small Business Administration to offer tailored solutions for small business owners. We are a SBA Preferred Lender, that means we have the expertise to provide your business with more options for your lending needs. See how Savoy SBA Loans work for your business.
USDA Loan Program
Savoy Bank offers debt financing options for small businesses located in rural communities that are backed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Our lending specialists will work with you to determine your eligibility and determine the best offering for your business.
Managing Your Business’ Cash Flow Your Way
Savoy Bank checking accounts provide easy access to your money for everyday transactions while keeping your funds secure and working for you with a competitive interest rate.
Business Money Market
Your deposits are FDIC insured up to the maximum limit allowed. Your money will work harder with tiered interest rates tailored to your business needs.
Certificates of Deposit
Savoy Bank CDs offer various terms allowing you to invest your business’ money for the length of time that best works for your enterprise. With interest rates higher than traditional savings accounts, you’ll enjoy a higher rate of return on your hard earned cash.
All Annual Percentage Yields (APYs) are as of 12/8/2020.
* Annual Percentage Yields (APYs) may change after account is open if not a term account. Certificate of Deposits (CDs) Annual Percentage Yields (APYs) are fixed for term of the account.
† If account balance goes below minimum opening balance requirement, fees may apply. Fees may reduce earnings. Outbound wire fees always applies.