The SBA and Treasury recently released loan-by-loan information about the Paycheck Protection Program. WBA has an explanation of what information was included as well as a Wisconsin summary of loans of $150,000 and above for you. 

Overview 

Nationally, loans of $150,000 and up account for nearly three-quarters of the dollar volume of PPP loans. For loans of $150,000 and up, the data released includes 

  • Business names 
  • Addresses 
  • NAICS codes 
  • Business type 
  • Demographic data 
  • Jobs supported 
  • Lender name 
  • Dollar ranges for loan amounts.  

Dollar amounts are being disclosed in ranges of $150,000-$350,000; $350,000-$1 million; $1 million-$2 million; $2 million-$5 million; and $5 million-$10 million. 

For loans below $150,000, SBA and Treasury won’t release business names. They will release loan totals, aggregated by ZIP code, by industry, by business type, and by various demographic categories. 

Wisconsin PPP Numbers 

While the below analysis is regarding loans over $150,000, it should be noted that over 73,000 loans (85%) were issued below that threshold and truly went to small businesses. 

Here is a breakdown of WBA’s initial analysis of loan categories of $150,000 and above in the Badger State. 

Number of loans issued by category 

$150,000-$350,000 

6,804 

$350,000-$1 million 

3,874  

$1 million-$2 million 

1,061 

$2 million-$5 million 

514 

$5 million-$10 million 

102 

Total 

12,355 

 

Number of jobs retained by category

$150,000-$350,000 

166,216 

$350,000-$1 million 

197,889 

$1 million-$2 million 

114,858 

$2 million-$5 million 

106,672 

$5 million-$10 million 

33,984 

Total  

619,619 

Top 10 Cities

Milwaukee 

1,396 

Madison 

865 

Green Bay 

505 

Waukesha 

361 

Appleton 

302 

Brookfield 

275 

Eau Claire 

199 

Menomonee Falls 

174 

New Berlin 

170 

Kenosha 

164 

You can download the SBA Paycheck Protection Program Loan Level Data by clicking here.  

You read the SBA Paycheck Protection Program Loan Report (Round 2 through June 30) by clicking here.