Australian Anthill feature: Powering the bank of Mum and Dad Internationally

powering the bank of mum and dad internationally

This August Credi was featured in Australian Anthill, where the online publication highlighted our capital raising efforts to raise *correction* $500 thousand, to power the bank of Mum and Dad internationally.

Anthill has mentioned Credi’s work with Wholesale Investor to raise these funds through targeting sophisticated Australian investors. The funds will help Credi introduce our platform to international markets, in particular, the United States, the United Kingdom and New Zealand.

Tim Dean, Credi’s CEO mentions “Credi’s success in Australia has surpassed all of our expectations. Since our launch in April, we now have over a thousand users putting through $28 million of loans on our platform. This success has given us the confidence to go to market and raise the capital we need to accelerate our global rollout, across the Tasman and then Europe and America.”

Anthill goes on to further mention how the platform works and what it can be used for, then summarises by highlighting Credi’s overall growth which will aid in powering the bank of mum and dad internationally.

Read the article in full by clicking the link below

Credit: Anthill Magazine

Source: anthillonline.com/



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