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Frank Executive Hit with More Charges by SEC

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has filed additional charges in regard to the Frank case and its sale to JP Morgan for $175 million in 2021. According to a statement by the SEC, former Chief Growth Officer of Frank, Olivier Amar, has been charged… Read More

Frank Founder Charlie Javice Indicted for Four Counts of Fraud

A grand jury has issued an indictment in the case of Frank, a Fintech that helped college students gain access to grants and loans, and its founder Charlie Javice. The charges include bank fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy, and securities fraud while demanding the forfeiture of… Read More

SEC and DOJ Charge Frank Founder Charlie Javice with Fraud in Connection with $175M Sale of Student Loan Assistance Fintech to JP Morgan Chase

The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Charlie Javice, the founder of the defunct student loan assistance company previously known as Frank, “with fraud in connection with the $175 million sale of the company to JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. (JPMC) in 2021.” The SEC’s… Read More

JP Morgan Acquires College Financing Platform Frank in Latest Fintech Move

JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE:JPM) has acquired Frank, a popular college financial planning platform founded by prominent entrepreneur Charlie Javice. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. JP Morgan said it will acquire Frank’s entire business and verticals. Jennifer Piepszak, co-CEO of Chase, said… Read More

Fintech Entrepreneur Charlie Javice Launched Frank to Help Students Afford School. The Platform Has Now Matched $12 Billion in Funding

Unless you are a student attempting to pay for university, or in the Fintech space, you may have never heard about Frank. But this Fintech has now matched about $12 billion in funding for over 400,000 students seeking higher education including scholarships, loans, grants and… Read More

Student Loan Startup Frank Secures $10 Million During Series A Funding Round

Frank, a New York-based student loan startup, announced this week that it has secured $10 million through its Series A  Funding Round, which was led by Apollo Global Management, with participation from Reach Capital, and Aleph. This funding round brought its total funding amount to… Read More

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