One of Canada’s newest small business lenders is using the latest technologies to offer clients a more seamless financing experience, designed to meet the challenges of an uncertain economy.
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Founded in 2016 by Karim Jamal and Mark Morissette, both hailing from industry titans like Aviva and Real Matters (which debuted in one of the TSX’s largest tech IPOs), Foxquilt to date has been focused on delivering personalized, efficient solutions for businesses in their search to obtain the right (and economical) insurance coverage from leading carriers and access group purchasing power.
15 years strong and $1 billion lent: Thinking Capital has become the go-to lender for small Canadian business, and is not slowing down
The Montreal-based company, which has revolutionized how Canadian small businesses access credit, recently reached a major milestone: $1 billion in funding provided to more than 16,000 of the country’s small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs).
Compared to Canada’s traditional and often conservative lenders with high credit standards like the major banks, 2M7 has a more open philosophy and liberal funding approach, proudly approving 97% of all applications submitted through its website.
MyMarble aims to help people take control of their budgeting, spending, and credit score to achieve financial prosperity. It aims to help them gain financial literacy skills and feel empowered to manage their personal finances.
As the world eagerly anticipates an end to the Covid crisis, Merchant Growth is preparing to offer new and more dynamic loan products to small business customers across its Canadian marketplace.