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Nova Credit Secures $45M via Series C to Scale Cash Flow Underwriting, Verification Solutions

Nova Credit, the data analytics company enabling businesses to grow responsibly by harnessing alternative credit data, announced it raised $45 million in Series C funding. The capital helps Nova Credit to further broaden its product offering “beyond cross-border credit reporting and scale Cash AtlasTM, the… Read More

Fintech Firm Earnest, Nova Credit Launch International Private Student Loans

Earnest, a fintech company dedicated to making higher education accessible and affordable for everyone, and Nova Credit, a modern credit bureau bridging consumer credit data around the world, announced their partnership and the launch of International Private Student Loans. During the 2021/2022 school year, nearly… Read More

Nova Credit Teams Up with Alloy to Assist Lenders with Serving Consumers Across Credit Spectrum

Nova Credit, the Fintech unlocking opportunities for mainstream and credit-excluded consumers and the companies looking to serve them, announced a partnership with Alloy, the identity decisioning platform for banks and fintech companies. The partnership will “combine Alloy’s Identity Decisioning Platform and Nova Credit’s global credit… Read More

Nova Credit Expands into Latin America: Solving Credit Access for Immigrants, One Country at a Time

Nova Credit, started as a Stanford graduate research project in 2015, has quickly gained ground as a cross-border credit reporting agency aiming to solve the problem of credit access for immigrants and underbanked.  The platform will begin serving immigrants from South America through partnering with the Brazilian credit bureau… Read More

Nova Credit Teams Up with TransUnion to Serve Canada’s Creditworthy Newcomers: Applies Foreign Credit Score to New Home

Nova Credit, based in San Francisco and backed by Index Ventures, First Round Capital, NYCA and Core Innovation Capital, has partnered with Transunion to serve creditworthy newcomers to Canada who may otherwise miss out on credit opportunities due to a lack of Canadian credit history…. Read More

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