The company, originally named Greater East Texas Certified Development Corporation (GETCDC), was formed by Judy Loden. The office was initially located in Athens, Texas and was established at the request of the SBA to serve small businesses in a seven county East Texas area.
The company makes its first loan to Yarbrough Mechanical.
John Hart becomes President and the office relocates to Tyler, Texas.
GTCC obtains statewide licensing and moves into the DFW lending market.
GTCC garners two top awards from their national trade organization (NADCO) for greatest increase 504 loan production in both number of loans and loan volume percentage for their size category.
Judy Loden is named The 2008 Financial Services Champion of the Year for SBA’s Dallas/Fort Worth District Office after securing over $100 million in loans, helping to create and retain over 2,800 jobs in a five county rural area within five years.
GTCC becomes the top 504 lender in the SBA’s Dallas District.
Greater Texas Capital Corporation produces a record number of loans totaling more than $52 million to 54 small businesses – more North Texas loans than any other lender. Total 2012 loans were 72 for $85 million (all time high).
GTCC receives its fifth SBA Pinnacle Award for being the number one Certified Development Corporation in 504 lending in the Dallas-Ft. Worth district. We have also received this award in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and now 2014.
Greater Texas Capital Corporation launches new website.
GTCC celebrates its 20th Anniversary, having assisted with over $1.0 billion in 504 projects with more than 450 small businesses which created or retained more than 6,600 jobs.
GTCC receives its sixth SBA Pinnacle Award for being the number one Certified Development Corporation in 504 lending in the Dallas-Ft. Worth district.
GTCC expands its presence to Central Texas and Houston areas.