CreditEnable is a multi-award winning credit insights and technology company that applies proprietary data analytics. AI and technology to build solutions to the world’s biggest financial challenges.
We build and operate managed digital marketplaces for SME credit, providing decision optimising solutions to help lenders grow efficiently, and digital services to help SMEs access affordable credit when they need it.
We are headquartered in UK with offices in London, Mumbai, and across India.
We do what we say, and we deliver what we promise.
We’re always transparent with clients and partners, as this is how we build trust.
We’re experts in our field and make statements based on fact.
We strive to be excellent in everything we do.
Reach for the sky
We never rest on our laurels – instead we try every day to deliver better, simpler, easier solutions.
Our Founder and CEO.
In India, CreditEnable works with more than 20 of the country’s leading financial institutions including ICICI Bank, IDFC First Bank, Kotak Mahindra, Bajaj Finserv among others.
The firm’s founder and CEO Nadia Sood, a serial investor and entrepreneur, was profiled in Forbes last year as one of a select group of Fintech entrepreneurs to watch.
Meet The Senior Team.
Our management team has more than 100 years of combined expertise in technology, credit, risk and the SME segment. They have built and managed credit and risk platforms and data analytics solutions for the largest global financial institutions, including Bankers Trust, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Citi and Experian.
Meet The Advisory Board.
The firm’s Global Advisory Board includes current and former senior figures Tata Sons, S&P, Barclays, Citibank, HSBC and JP Morgan, Sun Gard, and other leading global financial services firms.
CreditEnable in the Press.
CreditEnable Global CEO and Founder featured in this month's Barclay's Rise FinTech Report.
CreditEnable Global CEO, Nadia Sood featured in Department for International Trade (DIT)'s panel session: ‘Female Founders - Bridging the Funding Gap’.