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Stone Canyon Inn: Small Business Borrower Spotlight

Red Rock Magic and Magesty Anyone who’s traveled through southern Utah can speak firsthand to the majestic and magical red rock splendor of the area. Visitors travel from all over the world to see the stunning red cliffs and towers of orange sandstone juxtaposed with bright blue skies. Twenty years ago, Dixie and Mike Burbidge, […]Read More

Tall Hat Foods: Borrower Spotlight

Tall Hat Foods partnered with Mountain West Small Business Finance on an SBA 504 loan to fund the company’s move into a 30,000 sq. ft. facility in Orem, Utah. The establishment has an enormous kitchen and additional warehouse space for receiving and shipping. Kent Andersen, a long-time chef, also has deep experience in food research, […]Read More

Kimberly Holley Promoted to AVP-Loan Officer for Mountain West Small Business Finance

May 7, 2019 – (Salt Lake City) – Mountain West Small Business Finance (MWSBF), Utah’s largest SBA lender, also operating throughout Wyoming and the mountain west, is pleased to announce that Kimberly Holley has been promoted to AVP-Loan Officer (effective May 1, 2019). In her new capacity Holley has oversight for all community advantage and economic revolving loan […]Read More

Mountain West Small Business Finance Announces Promotions and Changes in Leadership Structure

May 1, 2019, (Salt Lake City) – Mountain West Small Business Finance (MWSBF), Utah’s largest SBA lender, also operating throughout Wyoming and the mountain west, announces changes to their leadership structure, effective Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Danny Mangum has been promoted to chief operating officer. In his new capacity, Mangum will have oversight for the […]Read More

Meet the Next Generation of Mountain West’s Leadership

Danny Mangum (Chief Operating Officer) Danny has been employed with Mountain West Small Business Finance (MWSBF) since 2010. As a vice-president and loan officer, his key responsibilities included generating and underwriting loans for Northern Utah and Las Vegas. Prior to joining MWSBF Danny was a Loan Officer for Zions Bank in the National Real Estate […]Read More

Congratulations Marcie Nelson: 20 Years with MWSBF

When asking Marcie Nelson how it feels to be celebrating two decades with Mountain West, the response is a jovial “Well, I supposed I feel a little older and SO much wiser!” The Senior Servicing Administrator celebrates 20 years with Mountain West Small Business Finance today, (Friday, March 1, 2019). Nelson said she’s does about […]Read More

MWSBF Shares Love of Small Businesses by Launching Free Online Training

February 14, 2019, (Salt Lake City) – Mountain West Small Business Finance (MWSBF), Utah’s largest SBA lender, also operating throughout Wyoming and the mountain west, announces a new training about the SBA 504 program available online. The webinar is free and available at https://tinyurl.com/SBA504MWSBF. “We’re excited to share our expertise in the field of small […]Read More

John D Evans MWSBF President

President’s Message Regarding the Continuing Resolution

Mountain West Small Business Finance president John D. Evans released a statement regarding the continuing resolution: Dear Friends, A continuing resolution to re-open the government has been passed, which will provide appropriations through February 15, 2019. With the enactment of this resolution, the lapse in appropriations has ended and furloughed federal employees will return to […]Read More

Sr. Vice President Mike Vanchiere Appointed to Lindon City Council

This year, senior vice president and loan officer Mike Vanchiere will celebrate 30 years of service with Mountain West Small Business Finance. Since 1980, MWSBF  has funded more than 70 loans in Lindon for a total project cost of $73,789,934, (with Mountain West’s portion being $32,085,000) and have created 1085 jobs. Mike has been key […]Read More

President’s Message Regarding Government Shutdown

Mountain West Small Business Finance President John D. Evans released a statement regarding the government shutdown and how MWSBF’s operations are affected: “We received updated information related to the 504 Loan Program regarding SBA operations during the government shutdown. First, and perhaps most importantly, is that funding has been deemed as a necessary function of government, […]Read More