Credit & Financing
The Biltmore Bank of Arizona offers a variety of customized credit options to meet the unique financing needs of your business. Whether your need is liquidity, credit, real estate or business asset financing, you can count on your relationship manager to engineer the right financing solution for your business.
The Biltmore Bank of Arizona can structure term loans or revolving lines of credit to support your company’s long-term growth and profitability. With a variety of fixed and variable rate options, our commercial loans can provide a valuable source of working capital for your business and help you acquire the resources you need to maximize your profitability and strengthen your competitive position.
- Term loans
- Equipment financing
- Permanent working capital
- Lines of credit
- Accounts receivable financing
The Biltmore Bank of Arizona provides a variety of financing alternatives for businesses, developers and investors to improve facilities, refinance or acquire new properties.
- Manufacturing facilities
- Warehouse space
- Professional offices
- Apartment buildings
- Multi-family residences
Our construction lending specialists can structure loans, with flexible terms, for construction projects, including commercial projects, owner-occupied or investment properties.
Meet The Team
Regional Credit Director
Adam White joined The Biltmore Bank of Arizona in December 2010 as a Senior Vice President and Regional Credit Administrator managing the bank’s commercial underwriting department for the Phoenix market. Prior to joining Biltmore Bank, Adam was an Executive Vice President of Commercial Lending at Copper Star Bank, where he was responsible for developing a commercial loan and deposit portfolio, managing a staff of commercial loan officers, analysts and loan administration, and assisting the bank’s Chief Credit Officer with the ALLL analysis, audits and regulatory exams. He has been in the banking industry for over 15 years.
Adam has served on the Town of Cave Creek’s Board of Adjustment since December 2009, and he has participated on the Citizen’s Budget Committee. From 2011 to 2013, he served as a volunteer for the Washington Street Foundation. Adam is a graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance.