Newsletter Sent On: 03/14/2018

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Preliminary 2017 Small Business Financing Leaderboard
We've got some of the industry biggest names ranked by last year's funding volume Read more

What’s a Broker To Do? Industry Execs Offer Their Insight
We've taken key excerpts from Broker Fair interviews that all ISOs should read Read more

OnDeck CFO Moves On After 10 Years
He will be replaced by Kenneth A. Brause Read more

Why Sam Hodges Is Stepping Down From Funding Circle
Peter Renton has the behind-the-scenes scoop on why Funding Circle's co-founder is moving on Read more

Thinking Capital Acquired by Canadian Finance Firm Purpose Financial
Under the Purpose Financial umbrella, our time to market on product innovation and funding capacity will be greatly amplified, said Jeff Mitelman, CEO and co-founder of Thinking Capital Read more

9 Real Industry Stories To Get You Fired Up
These deBanked originals should get you pumped up to take on the day Read more

Broker Fair 2018 Adds More Fantastic Speakers
28 people you won't want to miss have already signed on to speak at Broker Fair on May 14 Read more

Broker Fair 2018 Has Already Signed On 41 Awesome Sponsors
These sponsors are a great sample of the folks you'll be able to meet at Broker Fair Read more

New Media, Kabbage Form Alliance
New Media’s footprint covers over 550 local communities where SMBs often struggle to find access to capital. UpCurve, New Media’s SMB services business, is focused on bringing products and solutions to SMBs that help to solve for pain points that they face, including by helping to expand their access to capital. Bringing awareness of Kabbage and its online lending platform to New Media markets immediately broadens the capital sources these SMBs have traditionally had available to them Read more

John Oliver Talks Crypto on His Latest Show
The comedic talk show host preached caution to would-be crypto investors, but held off from condemning the entire system. You can watch the episode here Read more

Enova Is Still in The MCA Business
The latest quarterly financial reports revealed that the company still does MCAs through a company it acquired in 2015, The Business Backer, but it's a small part of the company's overall business Read more

Get Certified in MCA Basics
Make sure you know how MCAs really work before you sell them Read more

Veem Partners with BlueVine
Veem, the first global payments platform to use blockchain, announced a partnership with BlueVine, a leading provider of working capital financing to small and medium-sized businesses, that will allow Veem’s US-based clients to finance their cross-border and domestic payments, and get access to working capital for everyday business expenses Read more

Greg Galusha Joins PeerStreet to Lead Commercial Real Estate Team
Galusha brings more than 25 years of real estate investment management experience for both institutional and private capital to PeerStreet, having closed nearly 100 deals with a market capitalization of approximately $3 billion. Previous employment includes the Morgan Stanley Real Estate Fund, PCCP, Trammell Crow, Kearny Real Estate, and Amstar Read more

Princeton Alternative Income Fund Bankruptcy Throws Wrench in Situation With Ranger Direct Lending
Ranger says "the filings came hours before the three-judge arbitration panel was to rule on an application for an order requiring Princeton to hold and segregate all revenues generated by its investment activities, pending further order of the panel." Read more

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