Creating Possibility in Denver
There’s a reason Sunflower Bank is the largest bank headquartered in Denver.1 As a growing bank with approximately $4 billion in assets2, we can help you make it happen.
Sunflower Bank’s commercial and business banking experts help clients of all specialties and industries meet their goals through capabilities that include SBA lending and structured finance. With our Treasury Management products, services, and expertise, we can help your business achieve efficiencies by streamlining payables and receivables.
Our Business Banking group offers a streamlined approval process for qualified clients seeking a loan of $100K-$3MM. This process is managed by our local Denver team and is a great fit to meet the needs of many growing Denver businesses. Through Business Banking, we also offer customized services for the healthcare and professional services industries.
While you can find our locations in Downtown, Cherry Creek, and DTC, we have deep local knowledge that extends across Denver’s commercial and industrial hubs up through Commerce City. Sunflower Bank also provides complete personal banking and wealth management3 services with a focus on meeting the needs of business professionals and business owners. In addition, you can benefit from comprehensive home loans available through our Guardian Mortgage division, which is rapidly expanding throughout Colorado and across the country.
Creating Possibility is what we do. Let’s talk about how we can help with your unique situation. Contact the expert that is right for you to start the conversation.
Market President, Commerce City; SBA Lending
Business Banking Leader – Medical and Professional Practices
Katherine Berke, CFP®
Senior Vice President, Wealth Management Advisor
Amanda Phillips-DeSaverio, CFP®
Vice President, Wealth Management Advisor
1 As of 3/31/2019, SNL FInancial. 2 As of 3/31/2019, SNL FInancial. 3 Investment and insurance products are not FDIC-insured, are not a deposit or other obligation of, or guaranteed by the bank or an affiliate of the bank, are not insured by any federal government agency and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.