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Financeit Looking for More Business After TD Purchase


Financeit Looking for More Business After TD Purchase

Financeit, A Canadian financial technology firm doubled its market since it obtained the home improvement financing assets of Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) and the firm is looking for more earnings.  TDsold its indirect home improvement financing assets to Financeit and Concentra, a provider of services to credit unions,  have signed a deal to purchase TD Bank, the settlement that added more than 800 traders to Financeit’s portfolio.  Michael Garrity, Chief Executive Officer and Financeit’s founder, said in an interview “the deal had revolutionized his company, doubling its loan value and dividend, and Financeit would now consider more profits.  The component of our development plan is to strengthen the industry. We’re aiming to build a multi-billion dollar company, focused on something the banks aren’t very good at. Where banks are playing in that space today, we are active buyers in those divisions”.

An IPO is also very possible in Financeit’s future, but it is not something the company is thinking about on a day to day basis.  Financeit seeks to enable industries such as home improvement firms to offer hassle-free payment plans to their clients, with instant credit checks and competitive interest rates and without stacks of paperwork and long wait times for checks and approval decisions. Dealers do not pay stipend to use the platform.  That whole transaction occurs in under five minutes in a driveway on a mobile device. The company, which has processed over $1.5 billion in loans, has quarterly regulatory compliance checks and a fraud prevention process to guarantee transactions are genuine. 

Financial technology startups, or fintechs, have draw attention i from banks and are viewed as potential disruptors to the business because of the way they are changing how clients manage and blend with banking, lending, payments, and insurance.  This has urged banks to invest in, partner with, or acquire fintech startups. The TD settlement, which took about a year to negotiate, in a usual agreement.  The firm, which only runs in Canada, currently has about 4,500 active dealers using its platform.  Garrity’s objective is to enter the U.S. market late next year.  Financeit, which has raised money through a diversity of shareholders including FIS Global and Goldman Sachs, is on trail to be valuable on an


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