Able Lending is the world's first collaborative lender for small businesses. Co-investors include: Floodgate, Founders Fund, and Western Technology Investments.
Alloy offers enterprise software for banks and credit card providers. The company delivers identity verification APIs that make KYC (Know Your Customers) effective and simple. Co-investors include Eniac Ventures and Primary Venture Partners.
BlueVine provides businesses with advances on their outstanding invoices using a quick, simple and 100% online process. Co-investors include Greylock Israel and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Earnest is a technology-enabled lender with a unique approach to personal lending and credit. Earnest uses its proprietary algorithms to provide financially responsible people with loans at competitive interest rates. Co-investors include Andreessen Horowitz, Atlas Venture, Collaborative Fund, First Round Capital, and Maveron. Acquired by Navient in 2017.
EarnUp provides an intelligent loan optimization platform that syncs micro payments with user income and helps consumers get out of debt faster. Co-investors include Base Ventures, Blumberg Capital, Camp One Ventures, and Kapor Capital.
Mirror uses blockchain technology to reflect a more transparent financial ecosystem. Co-investors include RRE, Crosslink Capital, Menlo Ventures, and Battery Ventures.
Personal Capital provides technology driven personalized wealth management. Co-investors include Crosslink Capital, Institutional Venture Partners, and Venrock.
Prattle makes financial services software that provides hedge funds and other asset managers with investment insights via sentiment analysis of central bank and corporate communications. Co-investors include New Enterprise Associates.
Upstart is an analytics-based crowdfunding platform that enables talented college graduates to raise capital in exchange for a small share of their future income. Co-investors include First Round Capital, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, and Collaborative Fund.