Technology & Life Sciences

Bank of Ann Arbor's Technology Industry Group provides a full range of banking products to emerging and later-stage technology and life sciences companies, venture capital firms, angel investors and entrepreneurs.

We are working to help build Michigan's twenty-first century economy, by providing entrepreneurs, businesses, universities, and organizations with banking products and services designed to help them succeed.

Technology companies, Business Services, Capital providers, Public and private enterprises

Our business approach is relationship based. We work with entrepreneurs, scientists, engineers, and business executives from start-up throughout the entire business lifecycle and beyond. Decades of experience in the sector with companies at every stage of the business lifecycle provide unique insight into the needs and opportunities of our clients' businesses. The combination of experience, industry focus and local decision-making enables Bank of Ann Arbor to provide more than standardized banking services.

  • Capital Equipment Financing
  • Commercial Real Estate Mortgages
  • Acquisition Financing
  • Equipment Financing
  • Venture Debt
  • Letters of Credit
  • Business Credit Cards

Capital call lines of credit provide venture capital firms with short-term bridge financing to the next capital call. Bridge financing is most often used to fund portfolio investments and management fees.

UniFi Equipment Finance is a Bank of Ann Arbor wholly owned subsidiary. UniFi provides direct purchase, vendor, and product sales equipment lease financing throughout the United States. Transaction sizes range from $20,000 to $2 million. Financing is provided for a broad range of asset types including software.

Contact our Technology Industry Group at 734.662.1600 to learn how we can help your venture firm.

Loans are subject to credit approval, verification, and acceptable collateral evaluation.

$260 million: Our tech industry group's portfolio at year-end 2018

$260 million: Our tech industry group's portfolio at year-end 2018