Data and technology platform, LendingPoint, closes its first revolving and its largest ever ABS issuance at $328.5 million
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Growing fintech disruptor ranked for third consecutive year KENNESAW, GA, (August 18, 2020) — LendingPoint, the Atlanta-based company working to democratize credit and accelerate commerce by using big data, machine…
The Software Development Kit (SDKn™) enables merchants of all sizes to easily integrate the Lending Operating System and provide access to credit for ready-to-purchase consumers KENNESAW, GA, (July 16, 2020)…
Today data and technology platform LendingPoint announced the closing of two securitizations of both direct-to-consumer and point-of-sale loans.
Direct-to-consumer loan securitization rated by KBRA through 95% of pool balance with blended note yield of 4.25%
Gen Z may be just getting into their credit-using years, but they are already showing significant differences in their credit profiles from the Millennials and GenXers that preceded them – and our latest Data Lab survey reveals a surprising insight into the economy’s youngest generation.
LendingPoint grew 8,812.87% since its start in 2015, hit successive usage records year-over-year and is now running $100 million per month in loan originations through its platform.
LendingPoint Closes $178 Million Personal Loans Securitization
KENNESAW, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Inc. Magazine today ranked commerce platform LendingPoint No. 17 on its 37th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. LendingPoint joins companies such as Microsoft, Dell, Pandora, Timberland, LinkedIn, Yelp, Zillow, and many other well-known names who gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000. LendingPoint has hit successive funding records year-over-year and is on pace to reach $100 million per month in loan originations by the end of 2019.
Most people who take out personal loans do so to help manage their pre-existing debt. That is true of all borrowers, no matter the lender involved. LendingPoint is no exception.
Staffing expansion comes after online lender posted its most successful year to date
Tom Burnside, LendingPoint’s CEO looked ahead in a wide-ranging conversation about the company and the wider fintech marketplace. Here are some key takeaways from that conversation.
More people are taking out personal loans this year than last but, surprisingly, they’re asking for smaller amounts. And the younger the borrowers, the more their loan amount requests are shrinking.
Patients can take out affordable loans to cover medical costs at the moment they need them.