North West based Fintech business, Monevo, has scored a hat-trick of new partners with Confused.com, Monese and Yolt.
North West based Fintech business, Monevo, Europe’s largest personal loan marketplace and platform has scored a hat-trick of new partners with Confused.com, Monese and Yolt. The deals were announced yesterday at LendIt Fintech Europe, the region’s leading event connecting lending and banking.
The hat-trick follows on from a series of wins for the global fintech company, which is based in the UK. Confused.com, Monese and Yolt now join a host of other brands seeking to enhance their customers’ access to credit by choosing Monevo to help power their personal loan marketplaces.
Tim Kirby, Commercial Director at Monevo, said: “The adaptability of Monevo means it can be leveraged to power a variety of businesses and solutions; Monevo provides a white label solution for Monese, while Confused.com will access and retrieve offers from a new panel of lenders via Monevo’s flexible API. For Yolt, a smart money app owned by ING Bank, Monevo provides the personal loan marketplace solution natively within Yolt’s digital environment.”
As key sponsors of LendIt Fintech Europe, a gathering of more than 1,200 industry professionals in London, Monevo is also sponsoring the Brella 1:1 networking app that facilitates upwards of 2,500 meetings during the 2-day event. Monevo’s CEO, Greg Cox, joins other leaders from the financial services sector to showcase innovation across digital banking, fintech, payments and lending.
Monevo is part of Quint Group, the Macclesfield headquartered fintech company.
Greg Cox, CEO at Monevo, said: “We’re really excited to be attending LendIt Fintech again this year and announcing some of our latest partnerships. LendIt is a great opportunity to meet potential new partners and lenders to see how Monevo can help achieve their strategic goals. Our sponsorship of the Brella 1:1 app reinforces Monevo’s commitment to connecting with the wider global fintech community and discussing the opportunity and impact that fintech partnerships is having on the wider financial services space.”