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News, views and interviews from the CreditEnable team.
Featured in Forbes India, CreditEnable Global CEO, Nadia Sood: “We are delighted Aditya has invested into the company and is joining our Global Advisory Board. Ensuring that Indian SMEs get access to affordable finance rapidly and that lenders can deploy capital quickly is more crucial now than ever, and we are delighted that Aditya has joined us to help ramp up our activities."
CreditEnable Global CEO, Nadia Sood, and Investor and Advisory board member, Aditya Ghosh, share their views on proposed Start BackUp India Programme.
Aditya Ghosh, former head of budget carrier Indigo and the board member of hospitality chain Oyo, has invested an undisclosed sum in small business-focused CreditEnable.
CreditEnable is proud to announce that we have been named one of the “Most Influential Financial Technology Companies 2020” by The Financial Technologist Magazine. The winners list is decided by world class judging panel including EY, Baringa, Lloyds Banking Group, Coremont, AlphaFMC, CRUXY & company and The Realization Group, who collectively chose 180 companies to be on the list. “We are delighted to have been selected as One of the Most Influential Fintech Companies in 2020. We are very proud that the work we do to apply proprietary data analytics, deep learning and AI to build solutions to the world’s biggest financial challenges is being recognised by such a distinguished group of financial services professionals” Said Nadia Sood, CreditEnable’s CEO on hearing news of the award.
Harpers Bazaar has featured CreditEnable Global CEO Nadia Sood in a recent article: "Life lessons: what I’ve learnt about supporting small businesses."
Global CEO Nadia Sood was a special guest on FinTech Futures for their podcast, “What the Fintech?” where she talked about SME lending and what banks can do to connect better with their clients, and other related topics. Listen to the podcast to hear more about how CreditEnable uses technology to bridge the gap between lenders and SMEs so that this important segment of the market gets the financing they need.
CreditEnable, a transformational AI-driven SME credit business is pleased to announce the opening of a $2 million USD pre-series A round. New capital will support accelerated growth in the $8.1 trillion global market for SME credit. Commenting on the opening of the firm’s pre-series A round, Nadia Sood added: “We are very excited that within days of opening this investment round, we have already secured new investors such as Alan Morgan, Chairman of Adfisco (www.adfisco.com), former head of McKinsey’s financial services practice in UK, Europe and the Middle East and Co-founder of MMC Ventures, and Chris Slater, Co-Founder of Simply business, the world’s first first quote-and-buy system for small business insurance. (https://www.simplybusiness.co.uk) Both have been attracted by the success and scalability of the platform, the momentum in the business, and the sheer scale of the opportunity we have ahead of us.”
Nadia Sood spoke on BBC World News Worklife programme about how CreditEnable is using AI to make it easier for banks and lenders to lend to SMEs. Click here to view from 20 mins, 10 secs into the programme, where Nadia talked through the difficulties SMEs face when obtaining funding through main stream lenders, and how CreditEnable helps solve these problems so that SME’s can get the affordable finance they need to grow.
CreditEnable CEO, Nadia Sood featured in an RBS International article titled 'AI and machine learning: risks and rewards'.