June 16—Mention the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and business owners’ ears perk up. Annmarie Lee, M&T Bank associate general counsel and member of our PPP Leadership team, gives us the skinny on how business owners can navigate the program. Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth also talks to our client Janet Wischnia, founder of textile business American Blossom Linens. She gives us an inside look at how PPP funded her ability to pivot and meet altered, COVID-induced demand.


Janet Wischnia, founder of American Blossom Linens and co-owner of ATD-American and Thomaston Manufacturing


Annmarie Lee, Associate General Counsel, M&T Legal Department, Business Banking, Retail and Consumer Deposits

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