Tyler Healey Named VP, Commercial Loan Officer for Mountain West Small Business Finance

Article Highlights Mountain West Small Business Finance has named Tyler Healey as vice president, commercial loan officer. Healey will be responsible for the company’s loan production in Northern Utah and Wyoming. You can contact Tyler via email at thealey@mwsbf.com or phone at 435-787-4242 Read the full press release below. January 3, 2020 (Salt Lake City) – Mountain West Small Business Finance (MWSBF), Utah’s largest SBA lender, welcomes Tyler Healey as vice president, commercial loan officer. Based in Mountain West’s office in Logan, Utah (95 west 100 South, Suite 386), Healey will be responsible for the company’s loan production in Northern Utah and Wyoming. “We continue to see positive growth and expansion in… Read More

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We’re Hiring

  MWSBF is looking to fill two positions in our Salt Lake City office.   Administrative/Payroll Assistant Performs a broad variety of administrative and clerical tasks including financial and human resource administration. Professional supports two managers and their direct reports. Qualifications: Associates degree in Business or equivalency. Good interpersonal and communication skills. Must be self-directed with analytical and problem-solving skills. Discretion is required. Full time position with benefits. Competitive wage. Click here for full job responsibilities and qualifications. To apply, send resume & cover letter to Zianibeth Shattuck-Owen at zshattuck-owen@mwsbf.com by Thursday, December 12   Loan Closing Assistant Provides support to Loan Closing Specialists to complete accurate closing packages in a… Read More

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Celebrating Women in Small Business

Celebrating Women in Small Business October is National Women’s Small Business Month. We’re celebrating women-owned businesses everywhere, as well as the outstanding progress female entrepreneurs have made over the years! Did you know? -In 1972, women only owned 4.6% of all businesses in the United States. As of 2019, women owned 42% of all businesses -Women-owned businesses grew 21% from 2014 to 2019, and businesses owned by women of color grew at double that rate. Numbers for black women entrepreneurs grew the fastest, with an increase of 50%. In fact, as of 2019, women of color accounted for 50% of all women who owned businesses. -There are nearly 13 million… Read More

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