Lendable Stock

lendable.ioFinTech / LendingFounded: 2014

Lendable is a lending platform that makes borrowing money effortless. This company was founded by Martin Kissinger, Paul Pamment, and Victoria van Lennep in 2014 and is headquartered in London, UK. Lendable uses technology to streamline the traditional loan application process to make an instant decision, offer personalised rates, and transfer funds within minutes.

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Management Team

Martin Kissinger
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Adrian Watson
Chief Financial Officer
Paul Pamment
Co-Founder & Director
Rory McHugh
Chief Capital Officer
Victoria van Lennep
Co-Founder & Head of Operations
Hani Ibrahim
Co-Founder & Head of Operations

Board Members

Martin Kissinger
Board Member

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News Highlights

TrueLayer partners with Lendable
UK-based fintech TrueLayer has partnered with loan provider Lendable to integrate its Account Information Services (AIS) and Variable Recurring Payments (VRP) into Lendable's platform. The partnership aims to streamline the underwriting process and offer borrowers more flexible repayment options. This is part of TrueLayer's broader strategy to enable smarter, safer and faster online payments, as seen in recent collaborations with Shopify, William Hill and Stripe.
Lendable Adds Recurring Payments, Works with TrueLayer
Lendable, a consumer loan provider, has added recurring payments to its platform through a partnership with open banking provider TrueLayer. Lendable integrated TrueLayer's Account Information Services (AIS) and Variable Recurring Payments (VRP) products into its ecosystem. This move is aimed at meeting consumers' increasing demands for services such as scheduled payments.
Only four of Europe’s top unicorns are profitable
Out of the 20 most valuable unicorns in Europe, only four are confirmed to be profitable on an annual basis. These are neobank Revolut, fintech Zepz, lending platform Lendable, and fintech SumUp. Despite pressure from investors to prioritise profitability, many startups are focusing on growth through service or product range expansion and internationalisation.
Updated on: Feb 28, 2024


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