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Goldman Sachs Loves thy Neyber, Makes £100 Million Investment in UK Consumer Lender

Goldman Sachs has invested in the UK consumer lender Neyber through its private capital unit by providing £100M of debt and equity financing to Neyber, a fintech start-up providing loans that are repaid out of people’s salaries, reported multiple news sources. Existing investors Gael de… Read More

Neyber Selects Cloud Lending Solutions to Automate Loans

On Wednesday, alternative finance provider Neyber announced it has chosen and implemented cloud lending solutions, CL Originate, CL Loan, and CL Collections, to support the growth of its business. Neyber, which was founded by former Goldman Sachs investment bankers Martin ljaha and Monica Kalia along with financial technology expert… Read More

Fintech Firm Neyber Hires Barclays Exec.

Alternative finance provider Neyber has hired Heidi Allan to lead “insights and engagements” at the direct lending firm. Allan was previously vice president, proposition manager at Barclays where she participated in the delivery of thought leadership pieces including ‘Talking About My Generation’ and ‘Financial Well-being: The… Read More

Phil Hollingdale, Founder of StaffCare, Joins Neyber Advisory Board

The founder and CEO of Staffcare, Phil Hollingdale, has joined the Advisory Board of Neyber, a provider of financial employee benefits. Neyber co-founder and chief strategy officer, Monica Kalia, commented on the appointment; “I’m delighted that Phil has decided to join Neyber’s Advisory Board. With… Read More

Neyber’s Loan Book Jumps 40% in January

Neyber, a digital lender that allows companies to provide access to credit as an employee benefit, states their loan book jumped by 40% in January to £10 million.  Neyber predicts it will lend £100 million across the UK for the year as it extends its service… Read More

Former Goldman Sachs Employees Launch Neyber Consumer Lending Platform

Neyber has launched a new consumer lending program. The announcement comes on the heels of raising £6 million in a Series A funding round. The company raised £2.5 million in seed financing in 2015. Neyber is taking a slightly different approach to credit by offering low-interest… Read More

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