Customer Testimonials from First Round of PPP Loans

See some customer testimonials on how BBVA was able to help them when the first round of the PPP program was launched. This is a small sampling of the more than 22,000 customers that we were able to help getting them a PPP loan, funding approximately $3.3 billion in loans and impacting approximately 360,000 jobs through this effort.

Obtaining PPP Forgiveness

If you have already obtained a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan with BBVA, please click below to learn more about how to apply for forgiveness, as well as enhancements made to our forgiveness portal to simplify forgiveness as a result of the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits and Venues Act.

What you need to know about the Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Process

 

For small business customers

Additional assistance options that might be available to you:

For additional assistance, contact your BBVA Business Banker or find your nearest branch here.

 

Together, we will get through this challenge. 

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Details you need to make a smart decision

In addition to BBVA requirements, all SBA loans are subject to program eligibility and approval, including credit approval. © 2020 BBVA USA Bancshares, Inc. BBVA and BBVA Compass are trade names of BBVA USA, a member of the BBVA Group. BBVA USA, Member FDIC.

BBVA USA will not pay any agent or other third party a fee or other compensation for referring an applicant or assisting an applicant in preparing an application. Interested applicants should apply only through BBVA's PPP portal and not through any third-party sites. Please note that submitting a PPP application does not guarantee funding or forgiveness of the loan by the U.S. Small Business Administration.