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Phone: (405) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Milwaukee , Wisconsin , United States
Small Business Advisor
660 Parrington Oval
Norman , Oklahoma 73019
United States

Company Description: Small Business Advisor To Guide Small Businesses Through Extraordinary Growth by Making Your Business Become Strong, Systematic and Profitable.

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Positively Pewaukee


  • US Military Academy at West Point
  • master's degree , management
    American Technological University
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Michael W. ..., 13 July 2013 [cached]
Michael W. Kiser Government Contract Specialist
Mike graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point and obtained his master's degree in management from the American Technological University in Texas. He served as a finance officer in the Army, reaching the rank of captain and serving as a company commander while fulfilling his military obligation after West Point. Mike completed the finance officer basic and advanced courses as well as the military accounting course. As the director of all SBA operations in Wisconsin, Mike oversaw a portfolio of 5,000 small business loans valued at more than $750 million. Mike was also responsible for coordinating the small business services provided by the 12 Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) and 10 Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) offices throughout the state.
Mike also stays abreast of the factors impacting small businesses. He was very active in coordinating the White House Conference on Small Business in Wisconsin, serves as chairman of a CEO Roundtable, is a board member of Positively Pewaukee (a State of Wisconsin Main Street Community), and is active with the National Association for the Self-Employed.
Former CEO at Value Merchants pushes SBA-like loan firm - 2001-07-16 - The Business Journal of Milwaukee, 16 Feb 2001 [cached]
But the timing for the new business is good , says Mike Kiser , the former Wisconsin district director of the SBA and now unit president of Wisconsin Business Bank , which specializes in SBA-backed loans.
With the trend of consolidation in banking , Business Backers needs to attract fewer banks to generate enough volume to be profitable , Kiser says.Additionally , changes at the SBA such as reducing loan guarantees from 90 percent to 75 percent of a loan's outstanding balance make it easier to compete.
A few years ago , it probably would not have worked where they could have enough volume to be profitable , Kiser says.The timing is much better than it was five years ago..
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"Banks can't finance a small business ..., 20 Jan 2009 [cached]
"Banks can't finance a small business if there's nothing behind it," says Mike Kiser, a regional president for Wisconsin Business Bank and former Small Business Administration state director.
Heartland Business Bank, 9 May 2001 [cached]
Southeast Region - Mike Kiser , Unit President , manages the Southeast Region of Wisconsin Business Bank.Mike was the District Director of the U.S. Small Business Administration prior to joining the team at Wisconsin Business Bank.The Southeast Region team can be reached at 262-370-9058 , or toll free at 1-800-793-6001.
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Finding the Right Bank for Small Biz, 16 Jan 2003 [cached]
Mike Kiser, owner of Small Business Advisers, a Pewaukee, Wis., consultancy, said of company owners, "What they're trying to do is set up a good, long-term relationship with someone that will be an adviser to the business.They want to be talking to an individual who is experienced, who has loaned money to many, many small businesses, and who understands the nuances of the size of a business."
In looking for a banker, Kiser suggests business owners do plenty of research not just into the bank, but a particular loan officer, the person who's likely to be most closely involved with the customer.It's critical to find an officer you're comfortable with, he said.
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