COVID-19 INFORMATION

Ensuring the health and safety of our customers, team members and the communities we serve is our top priority.

Updated: 04/08/2020

We’re here to help

We continue to actively monitor the COVID-19 situation from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to ensure we are able to act on the latest information and guidelines. Rest assured, we continue to ensure you have access to your accounts and services. We also want to remind you of the many alternative ways we can serve your cash flow needs during this time.


Business Hours

Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm (Central)

Customer Service

Phone: (469) 312-7215

Paperwork, billing or NOA inquiries?
Email: requests@tbcap.com

Credit Department

Phone: (214) 494-8606
Email: credit@tbcap.com

Sales Questions

Phone: (972) 942-4325
Email: sales@tbcap.com

MyTriumph Client Portal: MyTriumph.com

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You can be confident knowing that nothing has changed with your account. You will still work with your same teams, and use the MyTriumph.com client portal to manage your account, checking funding status and check client credit.

Updated: March 18, 2020

With the near daily and evolving updates related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to take the opportunity to remind our clients, business and community partners, how we’ve prepared for this and other potential crises.

Our strong business continuity plan means it is business as usual

One of the many advantages of being a part of Triumph Bancorp is that Triumph Business Capital is constantly required to proactively meet or exceed the business continuity standards of a federally regulated, publicly traded bank (NASDAQ).

This means that for years, Triumph Business Capital has routinely subjected its business continuity plan, which includes its infrastructure, operations, information technology and security protocols, to the same audit and review processes imposed on a FDIC-insured commercial bank.

The result of these preparations is this: although COVID-19 has become a material threat to many global businesses, the underlying business continuity protocols that Triumph has long had in place position it to operate with minimal disruptions, even in the face of a global pandemic. Prior to COVID-19, these protocols have been tested by real events, such as extended, catastrophic power outages, as well as routinely audited by internal and external experts.

We are committed to our client funding needs in a timely manner

In short, Triumph Business Capital has been preparing for COVID-19 long before we knew its name. Our systems are sound, our technology is flexible and our redundancy platforms are battle tested. Most importantly, our teammates, whether serving from one of four offices or from a remote environment in response to CDC recommendations, are wholly committed to meet our clients’ funding needs in a timely and precise manner.

Triumph Business Capital deeply values our clients’ trust in us as their working capital partner. It’s why our team works each day with enthusiasm and passion to provide excellent client service, and we are confident that COVID-19 will not materially impact our ability to serve you.

Thank you for your continued trust in Triumph Business Capital,

Geoff Brenner
Triumph Business Capital
Chief Executive Officer

FMCSA COVID-19 Resources

FMCSA’s latest information, declarations, and resources in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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DAT Market Updates

DAT has created a page to keep us informed on market trends in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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ATA COVID-19 Update Hub

The American Trucking Association created a page with timely, fact-based information to answer FAQs and address common challenges that arise from the pandemic and national response.

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