Brex Stock

brex.comFinTech / LendingFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $1.25B

Brex, founded in 2017 by Henrique Dubugras and Pedro Franceschi, is a financial service and technology company providing growing companies with corporate credit cards and cash management in a single, strategic account. Brex's mission is to reimagine financial systems so every growing company can realize their full potential. Brex is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Doug Adamic
Chief Revenue Officer
Cosmin Nicolaescu
Chief Technology Officer
Karandeep Anand
Chief Product Officer
Henrique Dubugras
Co-Founder & Co-Chief Executive Officer
Pedro Franceschi
Co-Founder & Co-Chief Executive Officer
Arthur Levy
Chief Strategy Officer
Michael Tannenbaum
Chief Operating Officer
Erik Zhou
Chief Accounting Officer
Angela Crossman
Chief People Officer
Scott Holden
Chief Marketing Officer
Karen Tillman
Chief Communications Officer

Board Members

Anu Hariharan
Y Combinator
Meyer Malka
Ribbit Capital

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News Highlights

Figure Names Brex Veteran Michael Tannenbaum as CEO

Figure Technology Solutions has appointed Brex veteran Michael Tannenbaum as its new CEO, replacing founder Mike Cagney who becomes executive chairman. Tannenbaum joins Figure amid rapid growth as it launches new AI-powered lending products, cementing its position as an innovative fintech firm.

Brex Business Card Doesn't Require a Personal Guarantee

Brex offers a business credit card that does not require a personal guarantee or look at personal credit scores. Instead, it evaluates companies based on revenue, funding, expenses, and size to provide higher limits and faster approval. The card has no annual fee but must be paid in full each month.

Fintech startup Brex was among the bidders for SVB’s early-stage and growth portfolios

The FDIC finally released the various financial institutions that bid for parts of Silicon Valley Bank’s portfolio. As our fellow fintech enthusiast Alex Johnson pointed out, there was one name that stood out on that list for being “not like the others”: fintech startup Brex.
Updated on: Jul 12, 2024


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